Are these sentences correct:

1) What was lying on the ground was probably a door from a civilian car commandeered and sold, wholesale or piece by piece, at the end of the war.
2) What was lying on the ground was probably a door from a civilian car, commandeered and sold , wholesale or piece by piece, at the end of the war.

Can we tell if the car was commandeered at the end of the war or if it was just sold at the end of the war?

I think the sentence is grammatically ambiguous.
My assumption would be that it was commandeered during the war and sold at the end of it. But that is because generally things are commandeered during wars.

Gratefully,
Navi.