The brand that they used the most was Snap-on. Every week, the Snap-on man would arrive in his truck to the shop, and the mechanics would purchase new tools or if one of their tools broke, Snap-on would replace it for free.
Years later, when I started selling on eBay, I came across a massive collection of used Snap-on tools. I remembered that is was the mechanics favorite tool, so I quickly did an eBay search on my phone to see if they were selling on eBay. To my surprise, almost every single Snap-on item sold!
If you search the Snap-on site, you can see how expensive these tools are. I purchased about 30 wrenches for $2 a piece, and sold every one of them for approximately $20-$25 a piece!
The old vintage stuff brings big bucks! So when you are out on the hunt, be sure to look for that Snap-on name.
In this video, I will show you exactly how much money you could make on these tools.
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