How We Made $7,500 On This Flip Of The Week

How We Made $7,500 On This Flip Of The Week

The flea market flip of the week is a SUPER exciting one this week!

If you follow us on Facebook, you might have seen that we picked up not one, but three Harley-Davidson signs last month. And when I say signs, I don’t mean a little sign that would fit in a game room. I’m talking a large HUGE sign that would fit on the side of a warehouse.

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Huge right?

This one pictured is the largest of the three that we purchased. The other two are smaller by about 2-3 feet on height and width.

We sold one of the signs this week for $7,500!

So stoked about this flip because: 1. I like Harley’s, 2. I like to find unique undervalued items and match them with someone who is looking for it, and 3. I LOVE making a good profit!

This was a fun one to sell, but to be honest I wasn’t 100% sure at first how I was going to ship it.

Shipping large items is something we do on a regular basis, but most things are not this tall. We thought about loading up our truck and trailer and delivering it ourselves, but that would have been three 12-hour days in the car for the kids each way, so we decided against it.

Our kids are actually great travelers now, but we have a lot of things we are working on, and didn’t want to take the extra time away at the moment.

I thought the whole crating process would take about 2 hours… but it turned out to be a 2 day process.

Before we built the crate we had our crew do one last wipe down. I think they win the award for the cutest clean-up crew around. 😉

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Once it was all clean it was time to build the crate. I built a long pallet by putting two pallets together, but left a gap for the bottom of the sign to fit in.

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As you can see, the daylight ran away from me and I have to build half of the crate by spotlight.

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I used 2 x 4’s to secure the sign in place, and to build the frame for where the sheets of plywood would go.

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Then it was time for the sheets of plywood. flip of the week

And again it was dark by the time the whole box was finished!

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Then it was off to the freight shipping hub.flip of the week

Phew! That one was a beast! Glad it’s dropped off and on it’s way to the new owner.

Shipping freight items has definitely helped us increase our profits over the past 2 years. This box was a bit of a stretch even for us, but it proves you can sell and ship just about anything!

Check out a recent post on 5 steps to help you get started with freight shipping to help you dive into freight shipping a little more. And if you are new want to get your feet wet with flipping, don’t forget to check out our free 5-day e-mail intro course.

And if you are a furniture flipper – freight shipping could be your key to doubling your profits! Check out the Furniture Flip and Ship Course we created for furniture flippers like you!

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Rob Stephenson
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I grew up in Central Florida and have lived here my whole life. I first got into buying and selling items when I was 16 years old, and have been hooked ever since. It has mostly been a hobby that makes some extra cash, but sometimes it serves as my main income as well. I don't plan on stopping any time soon. I find too many fun toys for my family (or myself), and just love the whole process.

  • Brittany
    Posted at 15:09h, 26 July Reply

    wow very inspirational post you guys show freight shipping isn’t so scary and you can ship anything if you put your mind to it.

    amazing flip for such a great profit i loved this post

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