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And, if you do the math on a 500 RO (Customer Interaction) Service Drive and the typical 100 car store, you can expect to pay $50000.00 to get results that are somewhere north of say $145,000.00 in Gross Profit from the sale of those cars, or, you can spend $5000.00 in your Service Department ($10.00 per Customer) for a $153,000.00 Gross Profit return.
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Searching for van pricing information turns out to be pretty frustrating on Edmunds or Kelly Blue Book. The sites tend to value just the base van before the conversion. Your best pricing guide comes from following eBay auctions and searching the web to see what dealers are offering for used models will give you a good thermometer on camper van price ranges.
It’s actually a pretty easy thing to do. Just have the right tools, a little bit of confidence, and you can get it done! There is so much more that I have to do to my 1971 Ford Torino 500, so if you want to follow the journey, check out the series on this blog, or check out our YouTube channel Don’t forget to like us on Facebook , and be sure to follow us on Twitter for some exclusive content and updates about what will be happening to this car next! Thanks for stopping by.