Originally Posted by Creative Engineering
It's tough KC...It really is. Especially when you're trying to do it right!
There are customers out there who see through the "throw a kit on and sell it crowd". As you know...these are the customers you want.
It's a doable business, it will just take a little time for word to spread around that you offer good service and actually care whether or not your customers get a value for their money.
Keep up the good work...and always remember to listen to your gut instincts. If a potential customer gives you an uneasy feeling...bow out any way you can.
Like I said Jim, we have a lot in common.
I never made and sold crap computers the last 27 years and they don't even pose a safety problem.
I am pretty new to MB's but I am not about to change that with them.
If anything I am more diligent than ever with this new safety factor.
To me everything in business life can be summed in one word. Integrity.
Hard to obtain and easy to loose, and it never makes business sense at all to risk it even for a loss.
But back to the topic...
The 'best bike to sell' is one you feel proud and confident in the buyers safety to sell.