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.
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.
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!
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