How to Recondition Used Cars for Maximum Profit
If you followed our case study on how I made $30,000+ on an Aston Martin DBS, then you would have noticed that most of that profit came from the ability to buy a really cheap car that needed massive reconditioning. There is a lot of money in exotics that have issues, because most people don’t understand how to repair them for cheap.
This allows a huge opportunity for those with access to our resources to buy them much cheaper and fix them up to sell as normal.
We are talking about mechanical, electrical, or cosmetic repair outside of body work or paint work (excluding accident or salvage cars). These are clean cars that haven’t been maintained right, but where changing the dash trim or reconditioning the leather could have a high impact on the sale due to imagery and more.
We recommend it if you understand the true cost upfront based on your connection for cheaper labor or the ability to buy parts cheaper than wholesale. Either way, a unique opportunity that differs car to car.