Dave Turner makes more money with every sale.
Poor Dave! He should get a bell and a guitar and play on the side of the road. I'm sure he is the only one who works hard and doesn't get richignazjr said:Turner bikes probably does make a bit more money on a raw bike than a painted bike and I'm happy to give it to them. They work damn hard for the little money they actually make. It's not like DT is getting rich or anything. The margin difference on a painted vs unpainted bike is likely a lot thinner than you think. I prefer to look at it like the price is X for any given bike and you can have it painted your choice of stock colors for no extra charge
Save yourself some time/hassle and take the frame down to The Paint Shop when you're ready to have it stripped. They're down on Candelaria, just west of I-25.pjlama said:Seriously, I love the raw but am far too impatient to wait so I gots what I gots but when I get bored I'm gonna strip her down and polish her up.
So if he makes $50 per frame and sells 20 frames he could be a billionaire in a week!STT GUY said:If it is $50 savings.... that is ALL 100% profit which adds up. A extra 3% or 4% straight to the bottom line is huge in the business world....
No, you're doing it just right. You shouldn't be making any actual profit, cos profit's bad, mmmkay? Nice work on the time machine though - what colour is it?juan_speeder said:.. I should be making more money with my time machine than I am.