Turn a Hobby into Cash

New Book on Finding Treasure

Larry Jewett - May 28, 2013 02:02 PM


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There is gold in finding old cars and flipping them. Author Ross Vasse turned his passion for old cars into a source of income. Vasse has released his new book Making Money Finding, Buying, and Selling Old Cars, which shares the author's methods and experiences with classic car enthusiasts everywhere.
"Today there are more old cars on the road than ever before. Even more are parked in garages and barns waiting to be found," Vasse said. The book teaches readers how to locate old cars, negotiate to buy them, then resell for profit. Millions of people worldwide enjoy collecting and tinkering with old
cars as a hobby. Vasse urges them to consider turning this pastime into a lucrative business. "You can easily earn between $3,000 to $5,000 or more per month finding and selling old cars at a leisurely pace." Vasse said.
Vasse shares his 25 years of experience and insights finding, buying, and selling old cars. He stresses the key is to know how to negotiate to get the price down as low as possible, then work to resell the car for a profit.
"That's just good business. And it's easy if you know how with the right industry knowledge and negotiation strategies. That's a big part of what I teach in the book," Vasse said. "The easiest way to make money is to find old cars cheap -- running or not -- then clean them up and sell them for a conservative profit. That's easy and very low risk," Vasse said.
Making Money Finding, Buying, and Selling Old Cars is available worldwide in both print ($89.00) and ebook ($54.00). Read a portion of the book free at or contact the author at