Ton and Allen share behind-the-scenes techniques and strategies for picking winning storage units.
Ton and Allen take a trip to Corona, CA and uncover a 1940s "Kiss-O-Meter" arcade game, an antique crossbow, and a 1901 Winchester shotgun that Allen happily tests at the range.
Ton and Allen encounter a flux of newbies in Moreno Valley, CA; their experience wins when they find a 1920s whiskey jug likely smuggled by Al Capone, and a 1950s-era jukebox.
Ton and Allen go Hollywood and find century-old Masonic swords, a WWII Japanese samurai blade and a Nixon era polygraph machine. Civil War era muskets are also put to the test.
Ton and Allen head to Oxnard, CA for a beachside battle that lands them a classic GMC truck with a tricked-out chrome engine, and a vintage upright Coke vending machine.
Ton and Allen stake out a high-end auction in an antique-heavy neighborhood of LA, where they uncover a Maui Blue 70s Fender Stratocaster and a rare 1936 jet-inspired Schwinn.
Ton and Allen fight a bitter battle in Mission Hills with old foes. They're rewarded with a depression-era "Art Case" slot machine, a custom mini-bike and an 1880s Colt Peacemaker.
Ton and Allen lock horns with bidders on units in downtown LA and are rewarded with a 70s German H&K P7 pistol and a rare copper cash register.
Prospectors Ton & Allen head west to San Bernadino. Finds of an 1880s British “Pepperbox” revolver, and a fully-functional pre-WWI Lionel train set make the rush golden.