Sold For: $6,800
The first thing that caught Allen's attention was basically what looked like a ladder. But it was too thin, too lightweight, and definitely too cool-looking to be a ladder. After Carolyn pulled up with a truck to help the boys tow their treasures, she also got them the hookup with a guy named Tom, a historian and collector who was interested in seeing what the boys uncovered. This badboy was basically a lava sled, or as the Hawaiians call it, a "Papahholua" (yes, obviously the Hawaiian name is cooler). Ton and Allen had a pow wow with Tom and agreed of a final selling price of $6,800. This time it was Allen's turn to have some fun, so he rode the lava sled down a humongous hill.
So it looks like there was a lot of business and a little bit of pleasure in Hawaii after all. The pleasure part was great, but the business part was just plain awesome: the Auction Hunters spent $2,425 on two storage units, sold their items for $12,220, and left the paradise island with $9,775 in profit. If Ton and Allen's profit doesn't define the term "Big Kahuna" I don't know what does.
Did you know you don't need snow to sled down a hill? Feast your eyes on Allen Haff's journey down a Hawaiian hill on a lava sled by checking out this week's episode, "Hula Moola", now available on Spike.com. As a loyal Auction Hunters fan, you know you have to bookmark, visit, and spread the word about the Auction Hunters Facebook Page. As always, stay tuned for all-new episodes of Auction Hunters airing Wednesdays at 10/9c on SPIKE.