This week Ton and Allen continued their journey through Alaska, and eventually travelled to the beautiful city of Wasilla. Was Day 2 of their voyage filled with antique Alaskan items and gold nuggets or piles of junk? Let's find out how the Auction Hunters
AMPHIBIOUS ATV Sold For: $4,300
Ton couldn't wait to dive into this "Outdoorsman" unit so he could grab that professional hunting bow he was eyeing all day. Allen thought his pal looked like Rambo while sporting that badboy, but it was worth about $300 according to Ton, so they were already off to a fantastic start. A few opened boxes later, Allen uncovered an awesome all-terrain-vehicle. Ton certainly loves his outdoor toys, so he hopped on the ATV pronto to test it out. Soon, it was time to put the fun aside and head over to Debbie, an Alaska ATV dealer, and a prospective buyer for the ATV. According to Debbie, brand new, ATVs could go for $12,000. And here comes the lowball, ladies and gentleman: Debbie spouts "$3,500." Har, har. The boys said they wanted $4,500, but Debbie was one hell of a tough cookie, so they settled on $4,300
. As a bonus, Allen got to ride the ATV to show everybody what it's made of (or what he's
So was it worth it for Ton and Allen to venture North all the way to Alaska? You bet your ice fishing pole it did! The boys dropped only $1,690
on two storage units that held some amazing items that sold for a total of $11,000
. They ultimately walked away with a juicy profit $9,310
. I say we do Alaska every week, shall we?
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