Cutting It Right Down The Middle

November 18, 2011
There's no place like home…and when it comes to the Auction Hunters, this means that they're back in the City of Angels ready for action once again. Los Angeles is known for its Hollywood glitz and glamour, but Ton and Allen also found out about some high-end storage units ripe for picking! Can you say "money"? Let's take a peek at how our heroes did this week:


Sold For: $4,000

Our heroes did spot a wooden bear in this second unit, but what else would you guess this vault of treasures could hold? Yes, competition chainsaws! These hardcore pieces of machinery usually go for a lot of money and so the boys knew they had some pricy hardware on their hands. When Ton and Allen meet up with George, a competitive lumberjack and chainsaw collector, he says it all depends on whether or not these badboys work. If the chainsaws work, you got some cash on your hands, if not, they'll make nice boat anchors. A couple of tugs later, Allen yells "It's alive!" with joy as Ton starts cutting through a 40-year old tree trunk like it was butter. George offers$4,000 for the chainsaws and the boys walk off with smiles on their faces.

The city of Angels sure treated the Auction Hunters well this week: they threw down $1,225 on the two storage units, sold everything for a whopping $13,415, and net a cool profit of $12,190. Ah yes, it's good to be home!

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