#1
I am going to start buying messed up guitars and fixing them then reselling them for money so I could make money for my new guitar. I just plan on goin on ebay and getting messed up ones or going to a garage sale.
#2
typically buying messed up guitars at garage sales would mean you going and getting the intonation, action, neck, and just about everything else adjusted, this costs money. I think you'll only really see a profit if you have a good amount of maintenance experience and can do these things yourself
#3
This would be hard to profit from if the guitars that are messed up involve expensive hardware or damaged paint.
#4
I think it would be a much better use of time and easier way to make more money is to:

1. Get a real job
2. Mow lawns
3. Do chores


If you really want to do some guitar work, i recommend starting off with guitars that only need a new bridge or maybe some touch up work or something.
#6
Guitars aren't hard to fix but they do take a lot of time which could be better spent doing something else if you aren't already trained in woodwork/finishing/luthier work.
What did you have in mind to fix?
#7
Well really what I need to fix is just do some touch up paint on a guitar, the rest I am possitive I can do.
#9
Well you can go out and buy spray cans or do a proper job with a compressor, touch up gun, masking tape etc.
Learning to spray isn't really that hard. It's just expensive when NCL costs $10 a litre.
There's plenty of advice out there too. I'll post some links if you want when I get home from work.