Here's How You Can Make Money From Buying And Then Selling Cars

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Listen to this guy; he bought a Lamborghini at 26.

If you’re looking for a way to earn a second income (or maybe even a full-time one), have you ever considered buying and selling used cars? No, we don’t mean working as a new or used car sales person, but simply as a private individual who loves to check Craigslist and eBay. You already know YouTube user "The Stradman," the guy who got fired earlier this month and yet still refused to sell his Lamborghini Gallardo. As it turns out, he’s been enjoying a second income for a few years now by buying cars and selling them at a profit.

Sounds simple enough, right? Well, not exactly. Like with most things, there are the dos and don’ts of flipping cars. Now that he’s had some experience, TheStradman wants to share tips on how he buys and sells cars for a profit. The video is definitely worth watching if this is something you want to start doing.

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