So, I been dropshipping for about 6 years for my company without even realizing it. Now i'm trying to venture out on my own. The market I am targeting is going to be mainly Auto Parts, since I already been in this industry for 6 years, and sell anywhere from 60k-120k a month for my company. I don't make a ton of money, and don't really have the cash flow to advertise online, or run campaigns. I live in the poorest state in America, and people here have quickly started to turn away from Amazon and Ebay because of how hard it is to get warranties on parts through these companies. And the lack of knowledge from sellers, and the crappy parts they are receiving. I wanted to start out targeting the local market and build a solid foundation, and then work my way up into running min. campaigns and take a high customer service route. Am I wrong in this line of thinking for dropshipping? Or is it a solid method? I tried to get with Keystone to start dropshipping for them, but they want a company to already to be selling parts their venders supply. Is anyone having any type success dropshipping auto parts? Is it a dead niche? I want to branch out with other niches as well all at once, but want parts to be the focal point.