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Cold Hard Cash

Ton and Allen head north to Alaska and win two seaplane pontoons and a pair of Smith & Wesson guns.

- WE HAVE MADE IT!WE'RE IN ALASKA!

- SORT OF LIKE YOUR AVERAGECONTAINER AUCTION ON STEROIDS.

- I WANNA REMIND YOU,I'M HERE TO TAKE YOUR MONEY.

- THERE'S GONNA BEBLOODSHED.

- 500...THIS GUY'S KILLING US.

- ONE DIME--DON'T LOSE ITFOR 25 BUCKS!

SOLD IT!- DUDE, ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

- TON, THIS IS OUR ALASKANGOLD RUSH.

YAAH!THIS ISN'T A BOAT.

- WHAT IS IT?DUDE...

A BOOM STICK!

- YOU BROUGHT ME TWO OF THE MOSTPOWERFUL HANDGUNS

THAT THEY MAKE.

- 55.- 55'S A LITTLE HIGH.

- OOH.- OH, NO!

HA HA-ALL RIGHT!

- LIFTOFF!

- I HAVE 500, HOW ABOUT 600?

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OF ABANDONEDSTORAGE UNITS ARE PUT UP

FOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD IT!

- 500.- $1,150.

- THESE AUCTIONSHAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $50,000.

- YOU GOT A DEAL.

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- AND I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

WE TRAVEL THE COUNTRY...

BUYING STORAGE UNITS.

- AND WE'RE THE BESTIN THE BUSINESS.

- WHEN THE DOOR GOES UP...- THIS IS COOL!

- WE HAVE SECONDSTO DETERMINE THE VALUE...

400 BUYS IT.- MAKE A BID...

- AND WIN THE AUCTION.- GOING ONCE.

- TWICE.- SOLD AMOUNT 2,100.

- YOU BOUGHT IT RIGHT THERE.

- LOOK AT THIS!

- YOU WON'T BELIEVE...

YEAH!- THE THINGS WE FIND...

- AND SELL.

- THE NUMBER IS 5,100. - WE GOT A DEAL.

- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- ALLEN, WE'VE MADE IT.WE'RE IN ALASKA!

- TAKE IT ALL IN, BROTHER.

THE MOUNTAINS, THE BEAUTIFULTREES, THE FRESH AIR...

- I'VE BEEN DYING TO COME HERE.

ALASKAIS THE ULTIMATE PLAYGROUND.

- YEAH, BUT WE DIDN'T COMEALL THIS WAY

TO HUNT FOR BEARSOR FISH FOR SALMON.

TODAY WE'RE HUNTINGBIG CONEX BOXES

AT A CONTAINER AUCTIONIN ANCHORAGE.

A CONEX AUCTION...

IT'S SORT OF LIKE YOUR AVERAGECONTAINER AUCTION ON STEROIDS.

- YES, IT IS.

- AVERAGE CONTAINER'SABOUT 8 FOOT.

A CONEX CAN BE 38 FOOT.THESE ARE SEA SHIPPING VESSELS.

95% OF EVERYTHINGSHIPPED TO ALASKA

COMES THROUGH ANCHORAGE,SO IT'S THE PERFECT PLACE

FOR US TO START OUR HUNT.

- WE TRAVELED A LONG WAY TO GETHERE ON OUR OWN DIME.

SO WE'RE LOOKING FOR THE BIGITEMS WE CAN'T FIND BACK HOME.

- YOU KNOW, T, THESE CONEXAUCTIONS ARE HIGH STAKES.

THERE'S A LOT MORE TO LOSE

AND JUST THE SHEER VOLUME OF IT,

THERE'S A LOT MORE TO GAIN.

- PERFECT.- LET'S HIT IT.

LOOKS LIKE WE'RE NOTTHE ONLY ONES HERE.

- THERE ARE A LOT OFPEOPLE HERE, BRO.

- SEE, THOSE TWO GUYS LOOK LIKETHEY'RE WORKING TOGETHER.

- YEAH.

AND THOSE TWO NEXT TO HIM,THOSE ARE DEFINITELY A TEAM.

- TON, I'M FEELING LIKEA STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND.

- YEAH, IT'S ROUGHCOUNTRY UP HERE,

AND IT LOOKS LIKEAN EVEN ROUGHER CROWD.

SO LET'S SHOW THEMHOW WE DO IT IN THE LOWER 48.

- HEY, WELCOME TO ALASKA.

MY NAME IS RON ALLEVA,I'LL BE THE AUCTIONEER TODAY

FOR GRUBSTAKE AUCTION.

IF YOU'VE COME FROM THE OTHERSIDE OF THE BORDER,

I WANT TO REMIND YOU, THEDEVIL'S DICTIONARY DEFINITION

OF AN AUCTIONEER,THAT'S A PERSON

WHO CAN PICK YOUR POCKETWITH THEIR TONGUE.

I'M VERY, VERY GOOD AT IT.

I'M HERE TO TAKE YOUR MONEY.

- WOW, THIS GUY'S A CHARACTER.- I THINK THE ONLY PERSON

WE GOTTA WATCH OUT FOR TODAYIS THE AUCTIONEER.

- YEAH,I WOULD AGREE WITH YOU.

- THIS WAY.

- IT'S BEEN A BIT OF A CHILLYRECEPTION HERE IN ANCHORAGE.

- AND THERE'S ONLY THREE CONEXBOXES UP FOR AUCTION.

SO THERE'S NO ROOMFOR MISTAKES.

- COME ON UP.

- THIS CABINETRIGHT HERE IS COOL.

IT LOOKS LIKEIT'S A GAMBLING DEVICE.

WE GOT A HALL TREE RIGHT HERE.

THAT'S WORTH ABOUT 50 BUCKS.

- I LIKE THAT RIGHT THERE.

- THAT'S NAUTICAL ROPEFOR TUGGING BOATS.

THAT'S MONEY.

- ALL RIGHT, LET'S GET IT.WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- 700?

- YEAH.

- ON THE CONTENTS OF THIS UNIT,

START ME OFF, $200.

200 IS THE BID, NOW 300.

300 NOW 400.

300 IS THE BID 400,NOW 500.

500 NOW 600.

600, 600, 600?

550, 550 NOW.

575?

575, NOW 600.

AND 625?

NOW A HALF.650, 675?

650 IS THE BID.

WOULD YOU GO 675?

675, 675, NOW 700.

- DANG IT.- AND 700 AND 725?

725, 725?

725 ONE TIME?

LAST CALL, TODD.

725?- THIS GUY'S KILLING US.

- ONE DIME.

ARE YOU IN?

ARE YOU SURE?

- DUDE, ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

WE'VE HEARD OF SOMELONG CLOSERS BEFORE,

BUT THIS DUDE IS RIDICULOUS.

- YEAH, AND HE SAIDHE'S HERE TO TAKE OUR MONEY.

BUT APPARENTLYHE PREFERS LOCAL MONEY.

- ARE YOU IN?

- THIS IS RIDICULOUS.

- ARE WE ALL INAND ALL DONE AT 700 EVEN?

SOLD IT TO THE CHEECHAKOFOR $700.

- WHAT THE HELLIS A CHEECHAKO?

- I DON'T KNOW.

I'M NOT FEELING VERY WELCOME

IN ANCHORAGE SO FAR.

- WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER?

212, ALL RIGHT.

NEXT LOT.

- WE BETTER KEEP AN EYEON THIS AUCTIONEER.

- IT'S FULL TO THE BACK.

- SOME CHEAP LOOKINGCOUNTRY FURNITURE.

- I MEAN,I CAN TELL IT'S DEEP,

BUT I CAN'T SEETO THE BACK FROM DOWN HERE.

I'M GONNA GO UPAND GET ON THE HILL

AND SEE WHAT'S BACK IN THERE.

- OKAY, TAKE A LOOK.- HAVING INSPECTED THE UNIT,

WE'LL START THE SALE.

START ME OFF.

$200.

200 EVEN IS THE BID.

WANT A BID OF 300.

300 EVEN.WOULD YOU GO TO 300?

200 EVEN IS THE BID.

WANT A BID OF 300.

300 EVEN.

300, 400?

400, NOW 500?

WANT TO GO WITH 500?

400 IS THE BID, NOW 500.

- WHAT DID YOU SEE?

- I SAW A STACK OF TIRES,MAYBE A VEHICLE FRAME.

LET'S GO TO 750.

- 500, 525?

525, 550?

575.

600?

575 IS THE BID.

WANT A BID OF 600.

600 NOW, 625?

AND NOW A HALF.AND NOW A HALF?

- 750.

- 775?

775?

- I THINK THAT'S IT.

- 775?

ONE TIME.

775--THE NEW BLOOD.

775 IS THE BID,WOULD YOU GO 800?

- I DON'T KNOW,WHAT DO YOU THINK?

SHOULD WE GO TO 800?

- SOLD IT. 775.

- COME ON, SERIOUSLY?

- YOUR NUMBER?- 213.

- HE CLOSES QUICKIF YOU'RE A LOCAL.

- YEAH.STARTING TO FEEL LIKE

THERE'S SOMEFAVORITISM GOING ON HERE.

- YEAH,AND WITH ONE UNIT LEFT,

WE CAN'T LET THIS AUCTIONEERTHROW US OFF OUR GAME.

- LOOKS VERY DOMESTIC.

THIS IS AN ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD.

FAN, VACUUM, MICROWAVE.

YOU'VE GOT A LOTOF APPLIANCES HERE.

YOU GOT WASHERS AND DRYERS.

WHAT YOU GOT DOWN THERE?

- COMPUTER, TV,AND A STEEL BRIEFCASE.

- OOH,THAT COULD BE A GUN CASE.

THERE'S ENOUGH HERE TO PAYTO SEE WHAT'S INSIDE THAT CASE.

- THIS AUCTIONEERBETTER STAY OUT OF OUR WAY.

- 1,200, 1,300?

- ALL RIGHT.

- THE LAST UNIT,YOU'RE BUYING IT ALL.

START ME OFF, 300.

- YEAH.- 300 IS THE BID.

WANT A BID OF 400.

400, NOW 500?

- YEAH.- 500 IS THE BID.

WOULD YOU GOT TO 600?

600, 700?

AND NOW 800?

700 IS THE BID.WOULD YOU GO TO 800?

850, 850, 850?

AND NOW 900?- YEAH.

900, 950?

950? 950!

NOW A $1,000 BILL.

950 IS THE BID.

WANT A BID OF 1,000.

$1,000 BILL.

- I GOT IT AT THATBECAUSE IT'S PSYCHOLOGICAL.

NOBODY'S GOING TO GOMORE THAN 1,000.

- $1,000 BILL ONE TIME.

LAST CALL, FAIR WARNING.

FOR 1,000--GOT 1,000.

1,025?

1,000 IS THE BID UP FRONT.

NOW 1,025?1,025.

1,025 ONE TIME.

- DON'T LOSE IT FOR 25 BUCKS.

- LOSE IT? TO WHO?

- I DON'T SEE ANOTHERBIDDER, BRO.

- WELL, WE'RE NOTLOSING THIS ROOM.

- LAST CALL FOR 1,025.

- YEP.- 1,025.

- YOU'RE RIGHT, TON, YOU TELL MEWHO'S BIDDING AGAINST ME.

- 1,050 ONE TIME.

ARE WE ALL INAND ALL DONE AT 1,025?

YOU OWN IT, CHIEF.

- HOW ABOUT THAT?- WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER?

212 FOR 1,025.

- I CAN'T PROVE IT,BUT IT FEELS LIKE

THE AUCTIONEER MAY HAVEGHOST-BID US RIGHT THERE.

I THINK I MIGHT HAVEBID AGAINST MYSELF.

BUT EVEN STILL,WE GOT TWO GREAT UNITS.

- NOW LET'S SEE WHAT WE GOT.

THIS IS IT.

OH, YEAH.

- $25.

IT'S A VIDEO GAMBLER.

- AND...THEY TOOK OUT THE MONEY.

- HERE'STHE GOOD NEWS, THOUGH.

THE BILL VALIDATORIS THE MOST EXPENSIVE PART,

AND THAT'S GONNA BE AN EASY$80 SALE ON THE INTERNET.

IT'S GOT A REALLY CLEAN CABINET.

IF IT POWERS, 400 BUCKS.

LET'S SEE!

ANYTHING?- NOT YET.

- SOMETIMES THE MONITOR TAKESA MINUTE ON THESE OLD BABIES.

COME ON, SWEETNESS.

BOOM, IT'S WORKING!

I FEEL LUCKY!

- OH, THERE'S MULTIPLEGAMES ON HERE.

- WOW, SO NOT ONLY A SLOTMACHINE, BUT A VIDEO POKER.

I'M SAYING 500 NOW.

DO YOU LIKE THIS?

- NO,IT'S AGAINST MY RELIGION

TO TOUCH AN OBJECTOF THAT KIND OF NATURE.

- ALL RIGHT,I DON'T EVEN NEED YOU.

LOOK AT THAT,TON, LOOK AT THAT!

I'M LIKE A GAZELLEIN THE WILD, TON.

LOOK AT ME!

- IF YOU'REA GAZELLE IN THE WILD,

YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN EATEN.

- ALL RIGHT,SO THIS IS PRETTY CLEAN.

THIS WOULD BE A FAST 150.

- I WANT TO ACTUALLY CUTSOME OF THIS ROPE OFF

TO MAKE SUREIT'S NOT DRY-ROTTED.

DUDE,THIS IS NO JOKE ROPE.

- WELL, THIS IS DESIGNEDFOR PULLING SHIPS, TON.

YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE ABLETO WHACK THROUGH IT.

- THE REST LOOKS GOOD.

EVEN AT 2 BUCKS A FOOT,

THIS IS A GRAND RIGHT HERE.

- [grunts]- OH, WHAT THE HELL IS THIS?

- WHAT DO YOU GOT?

- [laughs]

OH...MY GOD.

- OH!- WHAT IS IT?

- THIS ROOMJUST GOT MORE INTERESTING.

55.- I DON'T NEED TO PAY

TOP DOLLAR FOR IT.- OOH.

- [laughs]

- [laughs and cheers]

- I'M LOOKING FOR MY PERFECTALASKA SOUVENIR.

- OH, WHAT THE HELL IS THIS?

OH...MY GOD.

DUDE.

- NO WAY.

- A BOOM STICK!

[laughs]

- YOU'RE KIDDING ME.

WHAT IN THE HECK IS THAT?

- THIS IS A .500SMITH & WESSON

10 1/2 INCH BARREL.

THIS IS FOR HUNTING BEAR,POLAR BEAR, MOOSE, CARIBOU.

- THAT'S A FREAK OF NATURE.

- THIS IS THE WRIST-BREAKER,WITH SCOPE.

- THIS MAY BE THE BIGGESTREVOLVER I'VE EVER SEEN.

- AND YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY.

WHERE THERE'S ONE GUN,THERE'S MORE.

ALLEN.

- AH!

A .44 MAGNUM.

THAT'S ALL I NEEDRIGHT THERE, PAL.

WELL, DIRTY HARRYALWAYS SAID THAT THIS

WAS THE MOST POWERFULHANDGUN IN THE WORLD.

BUT NOW THAT I'VESEEN THAT THING,

DIRTY HARRYWAS FULL OF CRAP, MAN.

- THIS IS A BEAUTIFULPIECE OF ARTWORK.

LOOK AT THOSE LINES,THOSE CURVES.

- IT'S NOT A CHICK, MAN.

IT'S A GUN.

NO, YOU DID NOT JUST KISS IT.

- THIS IS BEAUTIFUL,MY FRIEND.

- YOU'VE GOT ISSUES, MY FRIEND.

- EVEN WITHOUT THOSE GUNS, WEMORE THAN DOUBLED ON THIS ROOM.

TON, I HOPE YOU STILLHAVE SOME ENERGY LEFT,

BECAUSE THIS NEXT UNITIS GIGANTIC.

- THIS COULD BE A GOLDMINE.

- THEN, TON, THIS ISOUR ALASKAN GOLD RUSH.

- CHECK IT.- OUTDOORSMAN, I LIKE IT.

THIS IS ACTUALLYA PRETTY COOL BIKE.

IN DECENT SHAPE.WE COULD PROBABLY GET 50 FOR IT.

SO WE HAVE E-WASTE.

LOTS AND LOTS OF E-WASTE.

- WHOA!

EASY, DUDE.

- GOTTA KEEP YOU ON YOUR TOES.

- DUDE, A BOAT.

- WAIT, WHAT?

- IT'S A CANOE.

- IF THAT'S A CANOE,

THAT'S A REALLY OLD,OLD CANOE.

LET'S GET IT OUT CAREFULLY.

OOH, THAT'S HEAVY.

- OH, WOW.- YEAH, LIGHT.

- THAT IS AWESOME.

- THIS IS AN EXCELLENT CANOE,

BECAUSE IT'S WOOD AND IT'SCLEARLY NOT MASS-PRODUCED.

AND IT TAKES A LOT OF TIMETO MAKE A CANOE THIS WAY.

- LOOK AT THE RIBSON THIS THING.

- I KNOW, EVERY LITTLE PIECEIS MADE FROM NOTHING BUT WOOD.

- WHAT'S THIS THING WORTH?

- THERE'S NO WAY THAT THISCAN'T BE WORTH 1,500 BUCKS.

ALL RIGHT,LET'S SEE WHAT ELSE WE GOT.

BRO, IS THAT ANOTHERBOAT BACK THERE?

I'M FASTER THAN YOU!

AND I'M SPRY!

OH!

WAIT, THIS ISN'T A BOAT.

- WHAT IS IT?

- IT'S A BIG PONTOON.- WOW.

- THIS ROOM JUST GOT MOREINTERESTING.

YOU KNOW WHAT?THERE'S TWO OF THEM.

CAREFUL, DON'T HURTTHE OTHER ONE.

OH, IT'S A HEAVY MONSTER.

- YES.

- OH, THIS IS FOR A SEA PLANE.

UP IN ALASKA,WHERE IT'S ALL WILD,

THERE AREN'T A LOT OF AIRPORTS,BUT THERE ARE LOT OF LAKES.

THESE ARE LIKELANDING GEAR FOR WATER.

YOU ATTACH THESETO THE BOTTOM OF THE PLANE,

AND A PILOT CAN TURN HIS PLANEINTO A BOAT JUST LIKE THAT.

- THIS IS PRETTY KICKASS.

- REALLY INTERESTING.IT LOOKS LIKE A SUBMARINE, TON.

YOU'VE GOT YOUR CLEAT TO TIE OFFHERE WHEN YOU HIT THE DOCK.

THESE ACTUALLYCONTROL YOUR RUDDER.

BUT THIS IS WORTHABSOLUTELY NOTHING

UNLESS WE CAN FIND SOMEBODYTHAT NEEDS THIS, THOUGH.

ONE OF THE RISKS OF BUYING BIGCONEX CONTAINERS

IS GETTING STUCKWITH SUPER-SIZED JUNK.

IF WE CAN'T FIND A BUYERFOR THESE PONTOONS,

WE MIGHT BE LEAVING ALASKAWITH TWO HUGE SOUVENIRS.

- BUT FIRST, WE GOTTA SEEABOUT THESE HAND CANNONS.

WE TRACKED DOWN A POTENTIALBUYER NAMED KEN.

HE RUNS ONE OF THE LARGEST

CUSTOM GUN STORESIN ALL OF ALASKA.

HOPEFULLY, HE HAS ROOM FOR THESEBIG GUNS IN HIS COLLECTION.

- WELL, GUYS,YOU BROUGHT ME

TWO OF THE MOST POWERFULHANDGUNS THAT THEY MAKE.

I'M IMPRESSED.

WHAT YOU HAVE HERE IS BASICALLY

A PRE-MODEL 29SMITH & WESSON .44 MAGNUM.

THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN MADEIN THE LATE '50s, EARLY '60s.

- NO KIDDING.

- YOU PROBABLY REMEMBER THISFROM THE MOVIES, DIRTY HARRY.

FOR 20 SOME-ODD YEARS,

THIS WAS THE MOST POWERFULHANDGUN YOU COULD GET.

NOW, OF COURSE, IT'STHE .500 SMITH AND WESSON.

THIS IS GENERALLYACKNOWLEDGED TO BE

THE MOST POWERFULHANDGUN IN THE WORLD.

BUT THIS IS A PUREHUNTING HANDGUN.

PEOPLE HAVE TAKENBUFFALO WITH THEM,

ELK AND GRIZZLY BEARS.

- NOBODY WOULD HUNTA BEAR WITH THAT.

- ABSOLUTELY.THIS HAS GOT ENOUGH POWER

TO KNOCK DOWN A CHARGING BEAR.

- THAT'S RIDICULOUS.

- .44 MAGNUM.

.500 MAGNUM.

- GOD, THAT WOULDKILL A DINOSAUR.

- [laughs]

- HOW MUCH DOES A GUNLIKE THIS COST NEW?

- THIS PARTICULAR GUN BRAND-NEWIS ABOUT 1,200, 1,300 BUCKS.

- WHAT ABOUT THIS BAD BOY?

WHAT DOES THIS GO FOR?

- WELL,WITH THE WEAR ON THIS GUN,

I WOULD VALUE IT AT $1,300.

- I CAN'T BELIEVE IT.

THIS GUN IS WORTH MORETHAN THIS GUN IS NEW.

- OLDER SMITH & WESSONSGENERALLY BRING A PREMIUM.

THESE GUNS ARE NICE GUNS.

WHAT DO YOU GUYSWANT FOR THEM?

- WELL...

I'LL LET YOU HAVE THEMFOR 2,500.

- 2,500 BUCKS?

- WELL, YEAH.- NICE TRY.

- I THINK WE'VE GOT TO SEE THISTHING FIRE BEFORE WE LEAVE HERE.

WHOO-HOO!

- YEAH, MONEY!

- YOU GOT IT.

ONE MORE.YOU CAN DO IT.

OH, NO!

- THESE GUNS ARE NICE GUNS.

WHAT DO YOU GUYSWANT FOR THEM?

- WELL...

I'LL LET YOU HAVE THEMFOR 2,500.

- 2,500 BUCKS?

- WELL, YEAH.- NICE TRY.

I'LL GIVE YOU 1,500 ON THEM.

- I WAS THINKINGMORE LIKE 2 GRAND.

- YOU'RE TOUGH, DUDE.

I'LL TELL YOU WHAT, I'LL GIVEYOU 1,700 FOR THE BOTH.

- I THINK WE'VE GOT TO SEE THISTHING FIRE BEFORE WE LEAVE HERE.

1,800, AND WE GETTO FIRE THIS MONSTER.

- ALL RIGHT, SHOOT IT FIRST,AND I'LL GIVE YOU 1,800 CASH.

- PERFECT.

- LET'S DO IT.- YOU'RE ON.

- YEAH!

RIGHT ON!

MY TURN.

- THERE YOU GO, 1,800 BUCKS.- PERFECT.

- THAT WAS THE BEST1,800 BUCKS I EVER MADE.

THANK YOU, PARTNER.- THANK YOU, SIR.

- ALL RIGHT.- THANK YOU.

I DON'T KNOW WHICHONE'S MORE EXCITING,

THE 1,800 BUCKS OR FIRINGTHE BIGGEST HAND CANNON

IN THE WHOLE WORLD.

- ALASKA HAS MORESEAPLANES AND MORE PILOTS

THAN ANYWHERE ELSEIN THE COUNTRY.

SO WHEN TON AND I PUT OURPONTOONS OUT ON THE OPEN MARKET,

IT WASN'T LONG BEFORECLINT GAVE US A CALL.

- THESE ARE EDO 3430s.

REAL POPULAR FLOATAROUND HERE IN ALASKA.

THIS COMPANY'S BEEN AROUNDFOR ABOUT 50 YEARS.

MOST OF THE CESSNAS WILL BESITTING ON EDO-TYPE FLOATS.

IN ALASKA, WE'VE GOTA LOT OF WATER UP HERE.

I'M A REAL ESTATE APPRAISER,AND I USE MY AIRPLANES

FOR ACCESSING REMOTE SPOTS.

AND THIS AIRPLANE ISMY WORK TRUCK, BASICALLY.

- YOUR COMPANY CAR.

- COMPANY CAR RIGHT THERE.

- WHAT DO THESE RUN BRAND NEW?

- THEY DON'T MAKE THEM ANYMORE,

BUT, UH, YOU CAN PICK UPA GOOD USED SET

WITH ALL THE RIGGINGFOR 10,000, 12,000,

SOMEWHERE IN THAT BALLPARKIS WHAT YOU COULD GET

FOR A NICE--ANDTHAT'S IN GOOD CONDITION.

- WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKEAN OFFER ON THEM?

- I THINK WE NEEDTO PUT THEM ON THE AIRPLANE

AND WE NEED TO TAKE THEMFOR A LITTLE TEST FLIGHT

AND MAKE SURETHEY DON'T LEAK.

AND I WANT TO SEEHOW THEY FEEL.

- YOU WANT TO TEST DRIVETHESE THINGS?

- ABSOLUTELY.- WELL, THAT'S FAIR.

- ALL RIGHT,BUT I'M GOING UP WITH YOU.

I WANT TO PROTECTMY INVESTMENT.

- OKAY.- SWEET, LET'S DO THIS.

- ALL RIGHT, LET'S DO IT.

- WITHIN JUST A FEW HOURS,

CLINT'S CREW ATTACHEDTHE PONTOONS,

AND WE WERE READY FOR TAKEOFF.

ALL RIGHT!

- ...TOWER STATION ATONE ZERO NINER ROMEO CHARLIE.

ABOUT READY TO GIVE IT A SHOT?

- I'M READY.

- ALL RIGHT.

HERE WE GO.

- YAH-HOO!

- YEAH, MONEY!

- HOW'D THAT FEEL?

- THE LEFT PONTOONIS WOBBLING A LITTLE BIT.

- REALLY?- WE'LL JUST HAVE TO CHECK

THE RIGGING ON THAT.

THAT SHOULDN'T BETOO BIG OF A DEAL.

BUT, UH, EVERYTHING'SWORKING GOOD.

- IT IS BEAUTIFUL UP HERE.

THIS IS KILLER.

- THESE FLOATS HERE SEEM TO BE

WORKING PRETTY WELLFOR ME SO, UH,

I THINK WE'RE READYTO HEAD ON BACK.

- THIS IS THE SCARY PART,RIGHT?

- OH, YEAH.- AW, MAN.

- ...TOWER STATIONOH NINER ROMEO CHARLIE'S

COMING IN FOR LANDING.

- YEAH!

- [laughs]

- HOW DO YOU LIKETHEM APPLES?

- IT WAS NICE UP THERE,BUT I PREFER IT HERE.

WOW, THAT WAS GREAT.

- I LIKE THEM.THEY SEEM TO WORK PRETTY WELL.

- I'LL TELL YOU WHAT I'M GONNADO FOR YOU TODAY.

5,500.

- 5,500's A LITTLE HIGH.

IT'S A SPARE SETTHAT I'M LOOKING FOR,

AND I DON'T NEED TO PAYTOP DOLLAR FOR IT.

- I'D OFFER YOU $4,500.

- OOH.

THAT'S A LITTLE LOW.

- THAT'S REALLY NO WAYTO TREAT YOUR COPILOT.

THE NUMBER IS 5,100.

- YOU KNOW WHAT?THAT'S A FAIR PRICE.

WE GOT A DEAL.

- GREAT, THANK YOU, CAPTAIN.- PERFECT.

THANK YOU.

WELL, ANCHORAGE KIND OF GAVE US

THE COLD SHOULDER AT FIRST.

BUT I'M THINKINGSHE WARMED UP TO US.

WE SOLD THE SEAPLANEPONTOONS FOR $5,100.

- THE TWO GIANT PISTOLSWENT FOR 1,800 BUCKS.

- THE CANOE, NAUTICAL ROPE,AND ALL THE OTHER ITEMS WE FOUND

WENT FOR ANOTHER $3,560.

- WE SPENT A TOTAL OF 1,725BUCKS ON THE TWO CONTAINERS,

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR $10,460.

THAT'S A TOTAL PROFIT OF8,735 BUCKS.

AND BEFORE WE SOLD THE CANOE,

WE HAD A LITTLE BITOF FUN WITH IT FIRST.

DIDN'T WE, TON?

- OH, CRAP.

- YOU GOT IT.

ONE MORE.YOU CAN DO IT.

OH, NO! TON!

YOU ALL RIGHT?

- IT'S--IT'S--

- YOU'RE SPEAKING GIBBERISH.

- [whimpers]

SCREW IT.

- [laughs]

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