Has anyone spoke to dealers or other sources regarding snow blower shortages for this fall/winter?
Bingo, I could have wrote that.If you have machines that you went through and brought up to working, good condition, you will always be able to sell them and get a good price.
If you have machines that are broke or "garbage", then you might get offered a small amount or not offered anything.
Your not going to get rich flipping snow blowers. I do it only because I am retired, I enjoy working on them, and I have the knowledge and resources/tools to do the work.
Its nice when you can take a non working , old unit and bring it back to life and back to use. Making it look good is a plus ....
I mentioned in another thread that I sold 3 last week at winter prices. I price my machines on condition and right now don't see raising prices . What I do is grade them as I am building. The same model can go for 1400 or 2000 depending on overall condition.Wow, you can potentially be looking at one heck of winter gold mine selling/repairing your machines!
Big spender......LOLWhen I sell one , I'll take my wife out to Taco Bell
I have ALWAYS been a big spender.Big spender......LOL
Dropped into the local Honda dealership a couple of weeks ago. Hardly any new motorcycle, side by side inventory. Counted 8 lawnmowers, not sure if that is a sign of things to come for the snow season.
My friend and I once purchased beautiful sets of hand made wooden cross country skis by Peltonen of Hartola, Finland. They had one more matching set in my length, the last ones in existence, which I also purchased. I said that same thing to myself, "I'm all set 'til I die". Two years later when I was moving home to Maine, a passing semi on the highway ripped all my skis, including all four Peltonens, off the roof rack and they splintered all over the highway. My friend still has his pair 40 years later. You just never know...😃😄😊 ..... I'm all set til I die ......