The internet is sometimes the gate to hell. In fact many times. My position aside from restoration services is exactly what you find as a negative value. I'm an agent for those who have no interest in selling their own cars. I'm also one of those types that might know where the bodies are buried in a manner of speaking. I also try to have my own inventory now and then. Point of fact, I'm a actually pretty generous with my stuff, but my reasons are just as self serving as they are, what was that again? Efficient, that's it. I believe in black ink. I'd rather sell a dozen cars for a grand or so profit than try to make a "kill" on 1 or 2. The goal is to sell it, not set a new standard in high prices. I'm not sure I understand "owing" an industry. Been at this well over 40 years, I truly don't think anything came to me that I owe for. I have the scars, burns, bad vertabra and grey hairs as my receipt book. And that old "karma" bullshit, well I'd be worth millions of it were true. At the sandbox I play in there's not much the beloved internet can offer. I'd say more than 1/2 the shit related to my car's is simply wrong. Production numbers, model numbers, engines, etc, more cliché wives tale bullshit than solid fact, and really not much of anything for sale except at high end dealers or known agents. If we were to agree upon who's sodomizing whom I think some of the auction houses make dealer's look way better. Sell a car for $300K and the buyer adds as much as 12%, the seller gives up 10. So, sorry if I don't think my 5% is inefficient. My knowledge, skill set, reputation, all ingredients to a terrific experience for a buyer or seller. If it makes me 1 of the few good guys then I just have to give it a Charlie Sheen and say "Winning..."