Are Cars Cheaper at Dealer Auctions Down South? – Flying Wheels



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  1. Its no longer like the good old days were you travel to a different state and you can see the price difference, now with cyber bidding you no longer need to travel and you are at any auction bidding, that's why there is no point on spending the time and money to travel and the prices are higher everywhere, every single car I have purchase last year on every Florida auction the last 10 to 15 bids have been from dealers on line not people at the auction. amazing for the auctions but sucks for local dealers.

  2. Orlando is hot as hell. If you go over to the Atlantic side of Florida, there’s always a pretty nice breeze. Prices aren’t “high”, it’s just that money isn’t worth as much because the more of it that’s printed, the less it’s worth. That “Saleen” would make a great car for that teenager who’s a a-hole in the “cut your losses” category.

  3. Just curious how true it is that Texas is cheapest place to buy trucks . I live in Bama and just wondering if worth it at least after market settles down.

  4. Jeez what a bunch of junk and that's a dealer auction down south? Hec you can find way better cars than that here in il. On Craigslist and Facebook.

  5. i'm not sure of your name and I hope your name is Greg. If you're looking for inexpensive cars then you need to go to the public auction in east Atlanta. You might can get an idea by watching a video from this black guy that video's the Atlanta auction plus some other auctions in the Atlanta area. And also the Insurance auctions in Atlanta the cars go for low prices. Some have minor damage to no damage. I use to buy and sell cars as a hobby but retired in 2002 and moved to Thailand.. The cars here are ridicolous in prices. I bought a 2017 MG5 and it cost me $24,000. Second hand cars here are very, very expensive. You ask them why cars are so expensive and they tell you that it's because of the Import tariffs etc. But they have a General Motors plant here and they still charge the high prices. If i ever decide to come back to the USA. I think we could probably do some business. I have my own income, so I don't need to look for hand-outs. I can buy cars wherever the prices are the best and use my own capital, bring them to you for a small profit. All you need to do is tell me what kind of vehicles you need. I enjoy your videos and the best of luck to you. Regards, Phil P.S. A friend of mind just bought a 2013 Cadillac (I don't know what model) with71,000 miles for $6,280. he says its absolutely perfect. he bought it in Macon, Ga at one of the publc auctions. They have two public auctions there and one dealers auction.

  6. From a consumers point of view and also being aware of New England’s salt vs steel battle…… advertise the cars as your “ rust free “ selection then charge a premium for that. And/or Collaborate with Southern dealerships to move good rust free cars to the Northeast. Present your lot as offering something beneficial and unique to your clientele….. people will come

  7. I buy rebuilt title cars from a dealer in Dallas. The market has changed since Feb 2001. He too pays too much for these cars at auction, hence I pay a bit too much for them. Cars with rebuilt titles do sell but sometimes the cost to repair gets them too close to prices of regular vehicles with a clean title. This bubble will burst and houses and car prices will come back to reality. Anyone who lived through the crash of 2008 can attest to this fact.

  8. It's not that cars in the South are more expensive, it's that you are in Florida where all the retirees are and people are gouging those little old ladies (and men). At least, that's my opinion.

  9. To put that MUCH time and money into that nearly saleen then trash it with that low of miles I'd say that car got TUBED..u-tube that is

  10. The paxton supercharger kits are roughly 7k new so for 8k for the car that's about 8k over valued for the automatic 😀

  11. You'll always find better deals around the country. The issue are the shipping costs. It's ridiculous & by the time you pay that it's a washout….

  12. Oh. Shipping. I paid $750 for last car. Guy with the truck initially told me less– some clients paying as little as $550. This was April 2021. Dang.

  13. Cheaper, no. Better condition? Most likely. having a car that spent all its life in east TN (2005 MY) compared to same model car (2008 MY) that spent all it's life in NJ, my TN car (after being totaled in a hail storm) compared to my NJ is practically brand new in comparison and it has 100K more miles. On paper maybe my 2008 is worth more, but after adjustments for wear… yeah.

    Aren't auctions great?

  14. I live in Florida. Last January I decided I would get a new (used) car around May or June. After checking auction prices and online sales, nope. Prices locally are ridiculous, even for beaters.
    I'm fortunate, I have a decent running car. I just wanted something else, possibly a pickup. I feel sorry for people who actually need a car right now.

  15. I used to go to government auctions open to the public and you won't get the car till the dealers are done bidding.

  16. I'm guessing that it really socks being a used car salesman up North. Lol 😆🤣😂 move down south and Holla at your boy.

  17. That looks nothing like a coyote 5.0 look at the valve covers that is a 5.4 2 valve its a shame its a automatic but I wouldn't consider it a beater looks like it needs paint work but everything else looked to be in really good shape minus the interior trim being painted white but that could be fixed cheap

  18. Do you have dealer license in Florida as well? Do you need one from the state you are buying in if you have one from a different state? Or do you go through the loopholes?

  19. Cars have gotten expensive in general. Classifieds and marketplace have gotten so pricey. Even the online auctions are retail in Texas

  20. These used car prices drove me to a new car! New cars are being discounted and giving rebates. I bought a new 2021 Hyundai Kona AWD, MSRP 25.300 for 19.600. The 2017s are going for 17,000? Hard to justify the used car prices. It was a mother's day surprise that got me out of a dog house.

  21. Love your channel but the one factor you missedi in the weird market and it may be the biggest one. Tons of cryto gains skewing the car market.

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