Originally Posted by Magick Man
Oh no, I'm not thinking about buying or ordering one, I'm broke anyway. The last 6 months have been a budget killer (I literally spent my whole year car budget in 6 months). So for now I'm looking at "smalls", and the guys are working on getting the mountain of backlogged cars ready for the road, while also tending to what customers we still work with (special projects, Heffner upgrades, and museum service). What's turned out to be surprisingly profitable is the detail shop, we hired another assistant for that just last week. My guys (and girl!) there have gotten really good and can tackle nearly anything.
Didn't think you were. Although I suspect that "broke" in your realm has a very different connotation than it does here.:)
I was just curious as to what market exactly that thing is appealing to. UberMuscle cars don't seem to do well in the ultra pricing bracket and it does not really qualify as an exotic so where is it positioned?
The devil truly is in the detail. Detailing is actually affordable value added. Done well, word spreads like wildfire and customers abound.