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Watch the video above to learn about the BEST cars that you should start buying and selling.
In no way am I saying that American or European cars are not good as well. I am just saying that if you want to sell good quality, dependable cars at a fair price while make a great ROI, take a look at the Asian cars.
I have always made GREAT money with them and so have my students.
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wow great info my last vehicle was a 2005 black ESCALADE pick up.my next one soon will be a q.v. Polo then a Cadillac srx 2010 blue Brown int and also on Audi wagon 1.8 TURBO 2005 so looking forward to those sale'$ think'$ again appreciated that video.🤑
I like Subaru's but I have owned them for many years and familiar with all the weird things they might need. I would say when starting out stick with something you are somewhat familiar with and then move slowly towards things that are way different. Meaning don't go right from a Camry or corolla that needs brakes and detailing, to a Mazda Rx-8 that needs engine work!
What's the best easy way. To start selling cars from home without needing to go through the hassle of having a huge space and paying extra rent i just want to sell 3-4 cars a month. How can I get a license for selling cars working for my self and getting a dealer plate ???
Not too bad I would think. You have very low mileage! Keep rocking my man. If you haven't yet, crab your car flippers report here http://www.howtobuyandsellyourcars.com it will give you more ideas on how to make money flipping cars.
Some can be. It depends on what kind of auctions you go to. If you go to insurance auto auctions, most are. Check out my new videos each week and don't forget to get your car flippers guide here: http://www.howtobuyandsellyourcars.com
also, if you live in north Florida you should look for cars in south fl because you can find better deals. and download the app (craigslist pro) you can see many areas at once instead of looking one by one.
Do u have any idea why mustangs are so damn expensive? And im talking about early 90s to 04! Ppl ask crazy amounts for them. For example a 96 GT blue book $1800 and there on CL for 5grand! The 99-04 GTs are going for 7-8k! Wierd when the book is about 3-4k
yeah im just practicing extreme repair work so i can slowly start diving in towards working on hotrods vintage collector custom sports muscle rare and slightly overboard stuff.. thats my goal.. work on really special cars.. i dont want to do hundreds of cheap cars a year.. just a handful really really good ones.. a few special projects for the kinds of people that want something really special.. cater for those who want something no one else has something really special.. definitely wouldnt be wise to goto that extreme on a toyota corolla unless it was an AE86 sprinter
That's the problem. WHY invest all of that work when you can do less... a lot less and make more in profit? I had the same type of thinking when I started. Once I changed they way I looked at deals, money came to me a lot easier and I worked less. I explain all of this in my free guide. Did you see it? http://www.howtobuyandsellyourcars.com you can download it there! Good luck!
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buy a damaged or poor condition car for very little outlay.. put the work into it to make the car worth alot more.. paint the body reupholster the seats new carpets interior parts inspect service and repair the engine transmittion electrical tyres brakes etc to get that running perfect.. all of those things dont cost alot to do.. but require alot of time and effort. flipping is the word people get confused about.. they assume its just easy money.. value adding is a better word.. its hard work. making a really bad car really nice.. that takes an enormous amount painful work.. value adding increasing the value of the vehicle.. get somethng that is worth nothing.. put the effort in and make it worth something.. most businesses work like that
I've never sold a vehicle faster than a good 80s Toyota pickup or 90s Nissan Sentra/Altima. They obviously don't bring in great profits but they are easy to fix up and sell. I just purchased a 1988 Civic and I'm hoping I can make at least 400-500 in profit. Not a lot, but its fun to fix up cars regardless.
+How To Flip Cars For Profit i really wnt to get into this but im struggling on guides on getting good deals also im 19 and i really wnt to invest some money during college it would be helpful if u gave me some advice
i recommend subarus for up north or winter but not really in hot areas because they are a little expensive and alot of people are just looking for a car and will buy anything if they are cheap, I'm 15 and I've already flipped 3 cars😂
+Danny Roser It use to be, not anymore. This video was made 3 years ago and I was doing this with them a while back. Obviously you can't use this selling feature anymore, but they are still awesome cars!
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small cars like toyota corolla or mazda 323 will always be in high demand no matter what the price of fuel is.. women and senior citizens buy them for the tight handling and easy parking around the town.. my wife doesnt like big cars.. she wont drive a big car even if the price of fuel was 1 cent a gallon.. small cars have appeal for the sharp handling around tight corners fast acceleration and quick to slow braking.. women and senior citizens dont drive far enough on average for the fuel usage to be an economical issue.. those people buy small cars for the performance braking and handling.. big cars drive like boats.. little cars drive like go karts.. thats why small cars are always in higher demand than larger cars.. the majority of drivers is senior citizens and women.. the cars they drive is the most stable area of the car market
+How To Flip Cars For Profit you dont understand. A lot of gas price flux has to do with season, hollidays, and the price of the barrel a year prior. but none more then current economic state. short of an oil shortage weak economy = weak fuel prices. yes during long periods of time with out, out side cause for flux in prices refineries will increase the price abit if the previous year it dropped. to off set the value loss over time.
i just bought a 6000 dollar ute for 700 bucks today, the previous owner spent the last 5 years drifting and doing burnouts in it.. lots of crazy damage on it.. smashed rear quarter panels fenders need replacing doors need replacing engine is pissing out oil everywhere needs new seals engine mounts the rear disc brakes and calipers are nuked its a totally destroyed car, the whole car needs replacing basically.. but its a holden/chevy S/SS ute with the limited slip diff extractors big cannon exhaust sounds real nice when you put the foot down, great fun light rear end does crazy burnouts with wide tyres and very little throttle, its not going to be an expensive car to repair in materials the parts are cheap for holden / chev gm type stuff.. but its going to take 300 hours plus to pull the body straight bog sand fit new brakes gaskets put new interior in it and make it good again, the only reason im going to waste so much time on it is cause i want the ute for myself.. been a long time since ive driven a crazy car like that.. brings me back to my teenage years
Yes I agree. A lot of people take pride in their cars... I've seen quite the opposite in Mexico though lol... Learn more about DIY auto body here if you are interested, it's a great site :) http://www.learnautobodyandpaint.com good luck in all you do Mate!!
i got a few salvage cars and restored them.. though im thinking.. i will use the cars as an advertisement for a car repair and restoration service more than anything else.. before and after photos.. the money would be more on the restoration side i feel.. people tend to grow attached to their old cars in australia.. i dont know if thats a cultural thing.. but australians dont like selling their old car.. they like to keep it forever and ever.. people here in australia have alot of emotional attachment to their old car no matter what it looks like.. i think restoring peoples old cars.. offering that service might be the magic where i live
yeah paint job is where the money is at i feel
here in australia people have their cars defected by police officers for looking visually unappealing all the time.. its the bad paint that draws the police attention to the car..
a paint job and a good clean up detail.. thats where the money is.. 2 to 3 days work make a car look immaculate.. thats where the money is at.. defect prevention.. im thinking about offering a defect prevention service.. neaten detail respray fix what needs fixing.. bad paint is a police magnet.. there is alot more potential in just neatening up peoples cars.. definitely paint jobs getting the car to perfect is where it is.. it would be much easier to sell a paint job full detail mechanical inspection with a better profit margin than a car i feel.. its the service that makes the money
whats the cheapest product you got that can give me info on laws, and buying tactics. I dont really need info on selling tactics and i already flip other things using Craigslist. so i dont need a complete newbie course
Hey man, need some advice how to get around the new laws changes here in UK. They have made it illegal to have a car parked on a public road without it being insured. It's all good if you have a drive or garage but I don't. I wanted to get into this trading as I'm a car mechanic but this insurance issue is messing it up for me.
Wrong Tundra built in Texas last along time. AMERICANS. FORD mostly in Mefxico so that's weird and yet number one seller (f150) 35 yrs in a row. Looks like you messed up. Mustang beats every other muscle out there. Don't believe there is a video that has the camaro saying its not as luxurious as the gt if you call a mustang luxurious yeah you lost and ppl don't like way the grill looks cool but you mainly see them from behind anyways so why complain? And if you think mustangs suck its because kids buy them cheap affordable fast. Since when do kids get an oil change when its do? Or fix the brakes when they squeak they just turn the radio louder. We all hate wal Mart because they sell cheap stuff that breaks and is poisonous. But were still going to shop there because its affordable. You take care of your car your car will keep on running. I have or given to family member 2000 v6 185000,2004 v6 154000,2004v8130000,5.4 2008 20000.I know it doesn't have alot of miles on her but she is my baby. For those who don't know 5.4 is a Shelby gt500
Did you notice that in all the cars you listed it has Mr.Shelby's name in it? I'm not interested in knowing you have a car faster than whatever, you can make anything fast. Atleast GM didn't need to say "hey, can you come help us put some power in here?" It's done on there own.
Keep up? What do you mean? Im not familiar but I have overlapped camaros. Even the manufacturer considered ford luxury that's why I thought it was funny. But every year camaro is behind then 2 yrs later you say you have a vehicle that will beat us. Yeah cool but we're now in 2014. Cobra jet. Shelby 1000. Shelby gt 500 super snake. Shelby gt 500. Probably even the gt model. I also have a car that would beat that Shelby gt 500 2008
Just for the record, I can clearly see your a "ford" guy, which is great and all, but American Muscle has nothing to do with luxury, and second you show me the fastest manufactured mustang that could possibly keep up to a 2014 Z28 Camaro on a course? Ill wait...
Kia , Huundai , Toyata, nissan and honda can last for ever if if it breaks down cheap parts can be found and i dont care where u live. Fords are expensive, big ones guzzle too much gas for in town use and they depreciate much faster than any of the asian cars mentioned. No im not Japanese or Korean i used to own a Ford for 8 years (our toyota camry lasted 25 years).
If you live in Michigan where they have lots of water, snow, ice and salt on the road or some other states could be good idea to take car to Zebart or Tough coat or some other rust proof specialist because dealers don't always rust proof correctly. So could be rusted out even with only 68 K miles or less especially when stored outdoors not in a garage, etc.
For everyone who is bashing Kia and Hyundai, while I admire your Buy American loyalty if you are going to be doing this sort of thing to actually try and make money you need to put your egos aside and deal with facts. The fact is that the Korean cars are the fastest growing brands in the US. Secondly every major car Mag/TV show constantly rates them a best buy. JD Powers consistently gives them awards for durability and reliability and rates them best buys. Don't be fanboys, be smart.
Best Car to buy is a car considerably under Kelly blue book. If you do your own work on cars that's best. And RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH. I just looked at a car that the ODOMETER Read 68 K miles but it was Rusted out. But I know because I've already looked at and driven so many of this car that it doesn't start to rust until 95,000 miles. And the exhaust had been replaced. So there was no way it had 68 K miles. With the rust holes it had wasn't worth my time.
A Kia bro, really? I have owned several Fords which I have all driven until they had 200k+ miles. Regular maintenance is all that was ever required. Or you can buy a Kia or Hyundai and have fun replacing head gaskets, electrical systems, and other major engine components.
Wow, you've listed every car that completely sucks utter fucking ass. Kia and Hyundai????? you have to be a complete retard to buy those Korean shitbuckets, they end up in the junkyard before 100k. Toyota, Nissan, and Honda aren't any better. Buy a true American vehicle like a Ford.
Hey Tony, I bought a 2000 Mustang GT with only 70k for 2500 and sold it for 3100 in about a week, without putting any money into it. I now have a 1997 Mustang GT mint condition with 95k that I bought for 1400. Now I know that I can easily make a good profit with this car, but the problem is, I do need a car and fell in love with it! Would you recommend selling it in order to keep the business going? Or holding on to it and waiting to get enough money to start flipping cars again? Thanks Tony!
That is awesome and and smart thinking. A lot of guys want to get started and can't even afford the course. Then they ask for discounts. I tell them that I don't want to take their last dime. You need money to buy a car. How are you gonna do that if you can't even afford the course?
Thanks man and I know you will get a LOT out of my F1 Autocash Formula!
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