The guys toe-to-toe with Ton's evil twin. They find a medieval catapult designed for storming castles and uncover a hidden collection of gold bars worth thousands of dollars.
The team ends up on a collision course with a veteran auction buyer. They uncover a collection of off-road vehicles and some hardcore heavy metal from the turn-of the-century.
Allen and Ton enlist Carolyn and Junior to help them battle local Hawaiian buyers. They find a WWII-era motor scooter and antique Polynesian tattoo tools that are used on Ton.
Ton, Allen, and Carolyn jet off to the Hawaiian islands. They uncover a pair of James Bond-style gadgets and a vintage sled used to race down the side of volcanoes.
Ton and Allen battle with a big-mouthed buyer and have to tangle with Carolyn. They find some hidden tranquilizer dart guns and Allen ends up on the tooth-end of a K9.
Ton and Allen duke it out with a local thrift store gang in Brooklyn. They discover a vintage classic arcade game and a mid-century water cannon for fighting towering infernos!
Ton and Allen get aggressive with a towering opponent and his mountain of cash. The guys uncover a vintage Zamboni, beer brewing equipment, and an Olympic biathlon rifle.
Allen is late to the auction, leaving Ton to battle Carolyn on his own. They find a fully functional flamethrower and a rare hand-carved South American bow and arrow set.
Allen has to keep his mouth shut at a silent auction up in Alaska. They uncover a motorized railroad maintenance car from the 60s and a pre-WWI Japanese semi-automatic pistol.
Allen and Ton chat up Denver locals for some insider info. They find some 50s heavy gold-mining machinery and a patriotic rocket that can travel faster than the speed of sound.
A mom in an ugly sweater tries to pull the wool over Ton and Allen's eyes. The guys uncover a black powder cannon from the 15th century and a Russian military motorcycle.
A shady bidder with bad fashion sense to boot proves no threat to Ton and Allen, as they win a custom built monowheel and rifle designed to ward off grave robbers in Riverside, CA.
The guys head to Baton Rouge and find themselves fighting the law when an off-duty cop joins the fray. They score big with a pair of racing lawnmowers and antique barber chair.
Ton and Allen capitalize on their trip to Washington DC with finds of a Civil War-era black powder revolver and a stash of South African gold coins.
Panorama City is legendary for big auction scores, and Ton and Allen win big with finds of a driving range golf ball picker machine, and a precision antique rifle.
Ton and Allen contend with some territorial Jersey bidders at a silent auction, but manage to walk away with a skeet throwing machine and an antique horse-drawn carriage.