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You can do this legally. You can do so from a trademark perspective, because of a legal doctrine called the "first sale doctrine." Once a product is sold, the trademark owner's rights to control it ends; thus, if I have a Ford vehicle to sell as a used car, I can advertise it as a Ford without infringing the rights of Ford Motor Co.
Whether or not it's going to be profitable is another matter, but you can certainly do that legally.
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