In this episode of The Car Flip Show, I’ll show you my touch-up paint technique, a flip in progress (as well as my projected profit), and then answer a couple questions that were emailed in. We’ll take an over the shoulder look at how I typically gauge applying touch-up. How do I know whether it’s worth touching up or outsourcing to a professional? What’s the 5-10 foot rule? Should I aim for perfection? Next, we’ll look at a current 2006 Chevy Equinox. I bought the vehicle at the right price, I know exactly how much this vehicle goes for on the market, and I have plenty of wiggle room in the middle with my profit margin to take care of necessary repairs and improvements for its next owner. Finally, we’ll look at 2 questions from viewers like you.
1. Where is the best place to find vehicles to flip and then the best place to sell?
2. When is it time to let go of a flip that is becoming a time-consuming money-pit?
Hope you enjoy! I’ll see you in the next episode!
If you have a question I can answer in an upcoming show, be sure to post it in the comments below!
Helpful Products mentioned in this video:
*** Touch Up Brushes ***
http://amzn.to/2DUGpuL (2.5 mm)
http://amzn.to/2DuUi1G (1.5 mm)
*** Touch-Up Paint Pen w/ Clear Coar ***
*** Clear Coat: Exterior – Aerosol ***
*** Carpet/Fabric Dye – Aerosol ***
NOTE: Desert Sand has not been a good color match for any tan interior I have done.
http://amzn.to/2G9fEDp – Duplicolor is fairly standard
http://amzn.to/2BnE8Wb – go SEM for better color matching
*** Magic Eraser ***
http://amzn.to/2E3Hqkn – I use these MooMoo labeled, but you probably don’t need to order a pack of 40 like I did.
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AGAIN, If you have a question I can answer in an upcoming show, be sure to post it in the comments below!