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Battle With The Jersey Boys

by AaronAhmadi   May 20, 2012 at 12:30AM  |  Views: 4,155
Bada bing bada boom! Ton and Allen wrapped up their stay in the Garden State this week, and what a stay it was: New Jersey was packed full of loudmouths, rich boys, and plenty of storage units filled with goodies. The question remained, however, were Ton and Allen tough enough to beat the wise guys and big shots there? Let's find out:


THE JERSEY SCORE

Right away the Auction Hunters spotted a local rolling up in a Bentley coupe and a few wise guys – a different crowd our heroes are used to, to say the least. This was a silent auction so that meant Ton and Allen were in the dark when it came to the locals' bids, so it was really a test of how accurately they could value units. In the end their expertise was able to land them two best units of the day for $1,502.



SKEET MACHINES

Sold For: $1,200

The "Furniture Unit" was just pay day for the boys: an oldschool typewriter, a radio microphone from the 40s, and a pair of machines that made Ton scream at the top of his lungs "jackpot!" – skeet machines, of course. These babies were the real deal, so they headed out to meet with Angelo, a skeet specialist and potential buyer. After Angelo wiped his eyes in disbelief at just how old and rare these finds were, hey ponied up $1,200 for them – but not before Ton and Allen put the skeet machines to work and did a little skeet shooting of their own.



ANTIQUE CARRIAGE

Sold For: $5,500

Ton and Allen loooooove antique items, so it's no wonder they were excited when they opened up the "Antique Unit." It's always a good sign when things are covered with dust, so they started off with uncovering an antique desk and an old sewing machine. When Allen peeped a big ol' red tire he knew they were on a hot trail to something big, and boy was he was right. A vintage carriage is what the Auction Hunters dragged out of the unit, and for an aged, dusty item, it was in great shape. Overjoyed, Ton and Allen met up with Jerry, an authority when it came to antique carriages and someone who the boys thought definitely had the wallet to take this off their hands. After a little "what's it gonna take to get you into this coach" talk from Allen, they parted ways from Jerry and strolled out of beautiful Central Park with $5,500 in their hands. What a Cinderella story.

New Jersey's tough guys may have made the auction seem a bit intimidating at first, but Ton and Allen definitely came out on top this week: they dropped $1,502 on two storage units, sold their finds for $9,860, and left $8,358 richer. We'll see you one day again soon, New Jersey!

Wanna see Ton and Allen go skeet shooting and make clay crumble in the sky like fireworks? Then sit back, get comfortable, and watch this week's episode, "The Jersey Score", now available online on Spike.com. Like always visit the Auction Hunters Facebook page, show some love there for the boys, and check out the latest news and updates we have for you. Don't forget to catch all-new Auction Hunters episodes on Wednesdays at 9/8c on SPIKE.

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