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Early Bird Special

The early birds get the worm in Stanton, CA; the guys score a carnival game and an MMA grappling dummy.

- GOOD MORNING, STANTON!

OH, DID THAT WAKE YOU?

ALL RIGHT, MOM, LET'S GO.READY?

- I HAVE 1,400, NOW 1,500,NOW 1,600.

1,600, NOW 1,700, NOW 2,200.

- COME ON.- SOLD FOR $3,000.

- I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHINGLIKE THIS LADY.

DUDE! WE HAVE THE WHOLE CARIN HERE.

- BODY SLAM!

THIS IS MONEY.- GUNS!

- NO.- [funny laugh]

- COMPLETE, GOES FORABOUT $20,000.

- WOW.- $6,000?

I THINK WE'VE GOT A DEAL.

- [laughs]

- HA!

[auctioneer speaking rapidly]

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OFABANDONED STORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UP FOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD!

- $1,800.- $1,150.

- THESE AUCTIONSHAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $7,000.- AH, YOU GOT A DEAL.

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- AND I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

- WE TRAVEL THE COUNTRYBUYING 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...

- $700!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...[gunshot]

- AND SELL.SIX GRAND AND YOU OWN IT.

- HOW ABOUT $2,000?

- AND THE BETTERTHE HISTORY...

- THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- THIS MORNING, TON AND I GOT UPAT THE CRACK OF DAWN

TO HIT AN EARLY MORNING AUCTIONIN STANTON, CALIFORNIA.

GOOD MORNING, STANTON!

OH, DID THAT WAKE YOU?

YOU AND ARE A TEAM.

IF I'M AWAKE, YOU'RE AWAKE.

ARE YOU AWAKE?

WE CAN'T ALWAYS BUY GLAMOROUSUNITS IN BEVERLY HILLS OR MIAMI.

WE'RE WILLING TO HIT AUCTIONSANYWHERE.

- AND ANYTIME.

- I NEED YOU TO BE ALERT

'CAUSE YOU AND I ARE GONNASTRIKE FIRST!

ARE YOU READY TO HIT STANTON?

WELL, I GUESS SOMEBODY WOKE UP

ON THE WRONG SIDEOF THE BREAD TRUCK.

LOOKS LIKE A PRETTY SWEET CROWD.

GRAMMY AND GRAMPY.

SHE LOOKS LIKE A NICE MOM.- SHE DOES.

- TON, I'M NOT SEEINGANY KILLERS IN THIS CROWD.

- YEAH, MAYBE GETTING UPSO EARLY WASN'T SUCH A BAD IDEA.

- OKAY, LOOKS LIKEWE CAN START NOW.

THE AUCTION'S BEING CONDUCTEDPURSUANT TO SECTION 20.

535 OF THE PENAL CODE.MY NAME IS KEN.

YOU BUY THE ENTIRE LOCKER AS IS.PUT CASH DOWN AT THE SALE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,FEEL FREE TO ASK. YO!

- HOW MUCH COFFEE DID YOU HAVE?

- EH, TWO CUPS.- OH, MY GOD.

- BUT THEY WERE ABOUT THIS TALL.- WOW.

THERE ARE NINE UNITSUP FOR AUCTION TODAY,

AND LOOKIN' AROUNDAT THE COMPETITION,

I'M FEELING PRETTY GOOD.

LOT OF TOOLS, CLOTHES.

DUDE, GUN CASE.

- THE GOOD NEWS ISTHERE'S A GUN CASE IN THIS UNIT.

- YEAH, BUT THE BAD NEWS ISIT'S RIGHT OUT IN THE OPEN

FOR EVERYONE TO SEE.

IT'S GONNA GET 5,000 FAST,

BUT I WOULDN'T ADDTO THE CRAZINESS.

- LET'S KEEP IT UNDER 800.- OKAY, LET'S DO IT.

- WE'VE GOT YARD TOOLSFOR THE LITTLE LADY

AND WE'VE REALLY COOL CLOTHESFOR THE GUYS.

THAT ONE--CAN I GET $10?

I GOT 10, NOW 20.10, NOW 20, NOW 30.

I HAVE 20, NOW 30.I HAVE 30, NOW 40.

40, NOW 50.I HAVE 40, NOW 50.

- 100!- 100, NOW 110.

I HAVE 100, NOW 110.I HAVE 110, NOW 20.

NOW 30.I HAVE 120--

- 300.

- I HAVE 300, NOW 325.I HAVE 300, NOW 325.

325, NOW 350.I HAVE 350, NOW 375.

I HAVE 375, NOW 400.- 500.

- 500, NOW 525.525, NOW 550.

550, NOW 575.- 700.

- 700, NOW 725.725, NOW 750.

I HAVE 750.750, NOW 800.

I HAVE 750, 800.NOW 825.

800, NOW 825.800, NOW 825, 800 NOW 825.

FOR $800, ONCE...TWICE...

SOLD FOR $800.

- THAT WAS $1,000 I THOUGHT--

- SHE SCOOPED THE GUNS OUTRIGHT FROM UNDER YA.

- YEAH, IT HURTS.

- THAT'S A WAY TO BLOW 'EM OUTOF THE SADDLE.

- WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED?

- I DON'T KNOW, BUT THIS MOM

MIGHT NOT BE AS NICEAS SHE LOOKS.

THAT SUITCASE LOOKS INTERESTING.

- SOLD FOR $700.

- 1940s.O'KEEFE & MERRITT STOVE.

COOL.

- SOLD FOR $210.

I HAVE 60, NOW 70.60, NOW 70.

70, NOW 80.

- [exhales] IT'S TOO EARLYFOR THIS.

- SOLD FOR $70.

- I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHINGLIKE THIS LADY.

- SOLD FOR 130.

- [laughing]

THIS IS MY TURF. KIDDO.

- KIDDO?

- SOLD FOR $50.

- DON'T LET THE SWEET FACEFOOL YA, KEN.

I'M TELLING YOU, SHE'S A KILLA.- SHE IS, HUH. YEP.

- WE GOTTA BUY SOMETHING TODAY.WE GOT UP THIS EARLY.

- THIS IS THE COMPANY UNIT.

- POPCORN MAKER.

- THEY'RE LIKE 400 BUCKS NEW,MINIMUM.

- WHAT KINDA COMPANY IS THIS?- LOOK AT THOSE.

THEY'RE OLD MILK CANS.

- WHAT'S WITH ALL THE BLUE?

- I DON'T KNOW,BUT THEY'RE 40 BUCKS APIECE.

THIS IS MY KIND OF UNIT.LET'S GET IT.

THIS ISN'T YOUR TYPICAL COMPANYUNIT FULL OF DESKS AND PHONES.

IT'S AN INTERESTING ROOMAND WE WANT IT.

- HOW MUCH?- 500.

- 135!

HOW ABOUT $10, BID OF 10,CAN I GET A BID OF $10?

I HAVE 10, NOW 20.I HAVE 10, NOW 20.

20, NOW 30.I HAVE 20, NOW 40.

30, NOW 40.- 100.

- 100, NOW 110.I GOT 100, NOW 110.

100, NOW 110.110, NOW 20.

- 200.- 200, 210.

I GOT 200, NOW 210.I GOT 200, NOW 210.

I HAVE 200, NOW 210.20.

I HAVE 210, NOW 2--NOW 30.

I HAVE 230, NOW 40I HAVE 230, NOW 40, NOW 50.

250, NOW 260, NOW 70.

I HAVE 260, NOW 270.

260, NOW 270.I HAVE 260, NOW 270.

I HAVE 270, NOW 280.280, NOW 90.

I HAVE 280, NOW 290.290.

I HAVE 280, NOW 290.NOW 300.

I HAVE 300, NOW 325.300, NOW 325.

300, NOW 325.NOW 325.

AT $300 ONCE...TWICE...

SOLD FOR $300.

- [chuckling]

IT'S ABOUT TIME MOMLET US OUT TO PLAY.

- THAT WAS A GOOD SOLID BUYAND THERE ARE TWO UNITS LEFT.

- OOH. GIFT WRAPPED.

- LOOKS LIKE SOMEBODY LEFT

THE FRONT END OF A SPORTS CARIN HERE.

- THOSE ARE GROUND EFFECTS.THOSE ARE WORTH MONEY.

THAT'S A LOT OF SHRINK WRAP.

- THEN YOU GOT SOMETHINGHAPPENING IN THE BACK THERE.

- I DON'T KNOWWHAT'S IN THAT CASE.

- PROBABLY JUST GOLF CLUBS.DON'T GET TOO EXCITED, BUDDY.

ALL THE SHRINK WRAP TELLS USTHAT UNIT WAS PACKED WITH CARE.

AND THE GROUND EFFECTS COULD BEWORTH HUNDREDS.

WE'RE WILLING TO GO TO 700ON THIS ONE.

- ALL RIGHT,887, 888, AND 889.

WHOLE BUNCH OF DOORS, ONE UNIT.

CAN I GET $10,ANYBODY 10--

I GOT 10, NOW 20.20, NOW 30.

I HAVE 30, NOW 40.30, NOW 40.

30, NOW 40.40, NOW 50.

- YEP.- 60, NOW 70.

I HAVE 70, NOW 80.80, NOW 90.

- YEAH.- 90, NOW 100.

100, NOW 110.110, NOW 120.

120, NOW 130.- YEP.

- I HAVE 140, NOW 150.150, NOW 60.

160, NOW 70.NOW 180.

- 250.- NOW 260, NOW 70.

270, NOW 280.NOW 90.

I HAVE 280, NOW 290.NOW 300.

300, NOW 325.GOT 325.

NOW 350, 375.375, NOW 400.

500, NOW 525.I HAVE 500, NOW 525, 525.

- DON'T DO IT.- I HAVE 500, NOW 525.

500, NOW 525.500, NOW 525.

$500 ONCE...TWICE...SOLD FOR $500.

[both laughing maniacally]

- IT LOOKS LIKE OUR PATIENCEWITH MOM PAID OFF.

WE SWEPT IN AT JUSTTHE RIGHT MOMENT.

- THIS IS A 12x20.

- LOOKS LIKE SOMEINDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT.

- IS THAT A BAND SAW?

- I'M LIKING THAT BOX.- YEAH.

THIS UNIT IS HUGE,

AND IT'S PACKED FULL OF THE KINDOF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT

THAT WE KNOW SELLS FAST.

- IT'S GONNA GET EXPENSIVE

BECAUSE WE CAN SEE AT LEASTTWO GRAND FROM THE DOOR.

- LAST ONE!- ALL RIGHT, MOM, LET'S GO.

READY?

- I HAVE 100, NOW 110.100, NOW 110.

110, NOW 120.110, NOW 120.

120, NOW 30.I HAVE 120, NOW 30.

120, NOW 140.I HAVE 140, NOW--

- 500.- 500, NOW 525.

525--- 1,000.

- SHE'S TRYING TO GETIN OUR HEADS.

- 1,000, NOW 1,100.NOW 1,200.

I HAVE A 1,100, NOW 1,200,NOW 1,300.

- YEP.- 1,300, NOW 1,400.

I HAVE 1,300, NOW 1,400.NOW 1,500.

I HAVE 1,400, NOW 1,500.NOW 1,600.

- 2,000.- OH, COME ON.

- NOW 2,000, NOW 2,100.- WHAT DO YOU THINK, YEAH?

YEAH!- 2,100, NOW 2,200.

I HAVE 2,200, NOW 2,300.NOW 2,400.

I HAVE 2,400, NOW 2,500.- MAN.

- 2,500, NOW 2,600.NOW 2,700.

I HAVE 2,700, NOW 2,800.2,800, NOW 2,900.

2,900, NOW 3,000.NOW 3,100.

I HAVE 3,000, NOW 3,100.$3,000 ONCE...

TWICE...- I'M OUT.

- YEAH.- SOLD FOR $3,000.

- [mom laughing]

- IT LOOKS LIKE MOM GOTTHE LAST LAUGH TODAY.

I'M GOOD WITH THAT BECAUSEWE STILL GOT TWO GREAT UNITS

AND WE DIDN'T EMPTY OUR POCKETSTO GET 'EM.

- WE'RE GONNA STARTWITH THE COMPANY UNIT.

- NOW YOU'RE AWAKE, HUH?

- NOT REALLY.

GUN!- WHAT?

- THAT'S A SHOULDER HOLSTERFROM BACK IN THE DAY.

SMITH & WESSON,YOU'D PROBABLY PUT A .38.

NOTHING BIGGER.

- OH, COOL.A BOX OF BOXES.

OH, THAT WAS NOT FUN.

OH!- WHAT IS IT?

- IT'S A RING TOSS GAME,RIGHT?

- OH!- YOU THROW RINGS AND TRY TO--

- YEAH.

- IT'S VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE.

THIS DOESN'T HAVEA TON OF VALUE,

BUT IT COULD BE WORTH80 BUCKS.

- OH, OH, OH.

- THAT'S AN ANTIQUE MANTLEWITH A MIRROR.

LOOK AT THE AGE OF THAT.

GUNS!- NO.

- [funny laugh]

- BODY SLAM!

THIS IS MONEY.

- [laughs]

- HOW ABOUT $1,500?- HOW ABOUT 2,400?

FOR A GRAND, I THINK I CANKEEP IT IN MY HOUSE.

- [laughs]- HA!

- GUNS!- NO.

- [funny laugh]

TWO GUNS.- HOLY CRAP.

- LOOK.

- WHAT THE--WAIT.

- IT'S A TOY GUN.

- IT'S A FREAKIN' BB GUN.

- I DON'T GET IT.

- I KNOW WHAT THESE ARE.

THESE ARE FROMTHAT CARNIVAL GAME.

- YOU SHOOT AT THE BALLOONS--

- THE BALLOONS, THE LITTLEMOVING DUCKS, THE STAR.

ALL KINDS OF STUFF.

- THIS IS COOL.

IT'S GOT SOME AGE TO 'EM.

THESE COULD BE FROM THE '40s,LIKE A WWII MACHINE GUN.

- YEAH, IT'S AN OLDTHOMPSON CONTENDER.

- I'LL BET YOU THESE ARE WORTHA LITTLE BIT OF MONEY.

TO HAVE A MACHINE GUN BB GUN,THAT'S EVERY KID'S DREAM.

- THAT'S GONNA BE FUN.

- OLD MILK CANS. COOL.

PEOPLE LOVE THESE.

THEY USE 'EM TO PUT UMBRELLAS INBY THE DOOR.

THEY'RE JUST REALLY COOL ITEMS.

AND THESE ARE INPRETTY GOOD SHAPE.

- IS THIS PART OF THE CARNIVALGAMES TOO?

- WELL, THAT'SWHAT I'M THINKING,

'CAUSE LOOK, WE GOT THESE BRIGHTCLOWN COLORS.

I'M GONNA HAVE TO GUESS YEAH.

- WELL, I GUESS THIS UNITBELONGED TO A CARNIVAL.

POPCORN WAGON.

- THIS IS A REPRODUCTIONMADE TO LOOK LIKE THE KIND

THAT YOU SHOULD SEE ATA THEME PARK OR A THEATER.

PROBABLY 200 BUCKS IF WE WERETO SELL IT LOCALLY.

- LET'S CLEAN THIS BAD BOY UPAND SELL IT.

OR PUT IT IN THE OFFICE.

- WOW, MORE GUNS, DUDE.WE GOT TWO MORE.

- SWEET!- LET'S GET THIS STUFF OUT.

WAIT A SECOND.

THIS LOOKS LIKE SOMETHINGYOU'D SHOOT AT.

- OH. YEAH.

- IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THIS IS

THE BACKDROPTO OUR SHOOTING GAME?

THERE MUST BE MORE.LET'S GET MORE.

- HA!

- LOOK, WE FOUND THESE.- AW. PUNCH OUT THE STAR.

- THOSE GUNS SITTIN'BY THEMSELVES

AREN'T VERY IMPRESSIVE,

BUT IF WE COULD ACTUALLYSET IT TOGETHER AS A GAME,

I THINK IT'D BE EASIER TO SELL.

- THIS SHOOTING GALLERY'SIN PRETTY ROUGH CONDITION,

BUT IT LOOK LIKE WE HAVE ALLTHE PART WE NEED TO RESTORE IT.

- AND ONCE WE GET THISOLD CARNIVAL GAME IN SHAPE,

THEN HOPEFULLY A BUYERWILL STEP RIGHT UP.

IN THE MEANTIME,I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE

WHAT THE NEXT UNIT HASIN STORE FOR US.

- SWEET.

I WANNA SEE WHAT'S INSIDETHAT GOLF CONTAINER.

CRAP!- WHAT, LIGHT?

- LIGHT.

AWW.

- I'M SURE YOU CAN FIND

SOME NEFARIOUS PURPOSEFOR THAT, RIGHT?

- WEAPONS.

- FOR 100 BUCKS,YOU CAN HAVE THAT

AND WE'RE HALFWAY HOME.

WE GOT 400 TO GO.

THIS THING LOOKS PACKED,WHATEVER IT WAS.

WHAT DOES THAT GO TO?IS THAT A MUSTANG?

- FLIP IT OVER.

IT'S GROUND EFFECTS.- IT'S A TOYOTA CELICA FRONT.

DUDE! WE HAVETHE WHOLE CAR IN HERE.

WE'VE GOT THE SIDES...

THIS IS SOMETHING THAT YOU KIDSLIKE TO PUT ON YOUR CARS

TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKEYOU'RE FAST AND FURIOUS.

IS THAT THE IDEA?- PRETTY MUCH.

THAT'S THE REAR BUMPER,THE EXHAUST CUT-OUT.

GROUND EFFECTS KIT,

YOU'RE LOOKING AT LEAST AN EASY800 BUCKS FOR THE WHOLE SET.

- YOU'RE JOKING.- IT'S WORTH SOME MONEY.

THAT'S A GOOD SCORE.

ALLEN.- THAT'S KINDA COOL.

IT'S LIKE A PICNIC TABLEDINING SET.

A COOKING FAN. WOW.

THIS IS FOR A RESTAURANTOR WOLFGANG PUCK'S HOUSE.

IT'S HUGE.- THAT'S AN EXPENSIVE HOOD.

- THIS IS MORE THANMOST OF US NEED.

- GOT A BUNCH OF PADS.- OW.

[laughs]

INSTRUCTOR USE ONLY.

- THESE ARE FIGHTIN' PADS.

- OH, MAN, THESE ARE FROMMIXED MARTIAL ARTS.

OH! SHEEZ!

A BODY.- WHAT?

IT'S A FIGHTING DUMMY, DUDE.NOT A BODY.

- STILL, IT'S LEGS.THAT'S NOT GOOD.

THAT FREAKED ME OUTFOR A SECOND.

- BODY SLAM!

- THIS THING'S REALLY COOLACTUALLY.

I BETCHA THIS COSTSSOME MONEY.

WOW, IT KIND OF ACTUALLY FEELSLIKE A REAL HEAD.

- THERE'S A WHOLE GYM IN HERE.

WE GOT FIGHTING PADS, THE DUMMY,AND IT LOOKS LIKE A WHOLE CAGE.

- WOW! IT'S LIKE A BATTING CAGE.

IT'S NOT VERY BIG.- THIS COULD BE A PRACTICE CAGE.

'CAUSE I'VE SEEN A LOT OF THOSE.

THIS AN AWESOME TRAINING TOOLRIGHT HERE IN ITSELF.

- THIS THING'S GOTTA BEA FEW GRAND.

- THIS IS MONEY.

THIS IS WHAT EVERYBODY'S WANTSTHAT'S IN THE FIGHTING INDUSTRY

TO TRAIN WITH.- COOL.

THE QUESTION IS...CAN WE FENCE THIS...FENCE?

- I'M ON THE FENCE ABOUT IT.- OH, VERY GOOD.

ALL RIGHT, YOU WIN.

WE NEVER SOLD FIGHTING GEARLIKE THIS, BUT WE'RE NO DUMMIES.

WE KNOW ALL THIS EQUIPMENTCOULD BE WORTH BIG BUCKS

TO THE RIGHT BUYER.

- SO WE TRACKED DOWN TED.

HE'S THE OWNER OF A MIXEDMARTIAL ARTS TRAINING FACILITY,

AND HOPEFULLY THIS CAGEIS A PERFECT MATCH-UP FOR HIM.

- WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- WHAT YOU HAVE HEREIS AN MMA CAGE.

MMA--MIXED MARTIAL ARTS--STARTED AS A MIX OF MARTIAL ARTS

BUT NOW IT IS AN ABSOLUTEDIFFERENT SPORT.

IT USED TO BE CALLEDHUMAN COCKFIGHTING.

FOR A LONG TIME,

PEOPLE DIDN'T REALLY BUYINTO THIS SPORT.

THEY THOUGHT IT WASABOUT BLOOD AND GUTS,

WHEN REALLY,IT'S MORE SCIENTIFIC.

THE REASON THE CAGE CAME INTOTHIS SPORT WAS REALLY

TO CONTAIN THE ACTION.

- I NOTICED THAT ALL THE CHAINIS ACTUALLY RUBBERIZED.

- YEAH, IT'S VINYL DIPPED.

IF YOU DON'T DIP IT, IT'LL HAVEA WHOLE BUNCH OF BURRS ON IT

AND IT'LL CUT YOU UP.

SOMEBODY TOOK THE TIMEAND ENERGY

TO DO THIS RIGHT.

- SO HOW MUCHARE THESE THINGS WORTH?

- A MIXED MARTIAL ART CAGECOMPLETE

GOES FOR ABOUT $20,000.

HOWEVER...

THE MIXED MARTIAL ART CAGEIS AN OCTAGON,

AND AS I LOOK AT THIS,

YOU'VE GOT THREE OR FOUR PIECES,PROBABLY, MISSING.

IT'S GOOD QUALITY STUFF.

I HATE TO SEE IT BEING THROWNIN THE YARD.

BUT IT'S INCOMPLETE.

IT CAN BE SALVAGED,

BUT IT'S NOT SOMETHINGTHAT I WOULD WANT.

- WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- HAVEN'T SEEN ONE OF THESEIN A WHILE.

AND HE WENT TO HIS OWN AND PUTA SHOOTING STAR IN NEW JERSEY.

- I DON'T UNDERSTAND A WORDHE'S SAYING.

I THOUGHT YOU WEREA SERIOUS BUYER.

- WELL, I THOUGHT YOU HADA SERIOUS PROPOSITION.

[laughs]

- THIS CAGE IS NOT COMPLETE.

IT CAN BE SALVAGED,

BUT IT'S NOT SOMETHINGTHAT I WOULD WANT.

- WHAT'S IT WORTH,SITTING THE WAY IT IS?

- MAYBE 500 BUCKS, 750 BUCKSFOR THE WHOLE THING.

- WOW.

- HOWEVER, GUYS,THIS GRAPPLING DUMMY

IS VERY HIGH QUALITY.

IT WAS ACTUALLY USEDIN THE MILITARY

FOR BAYONET TRAINING.

REALLY, WHERE IT'S MOSTLY USEDIS IN THE MMA GYMS TODAY.

THESE JOINTS ARE ACTUALBALL AND JOINTS JUST LIKE--

- OH, WOW.- YOUR SHOULDERS.

IT'S GONNA OPERATEJUST LIKE THE ARM WOULD.

HAVING SOMEBODYTHAT YOU CAN COME UP

AND PRACTICE BREAKING AN ARM,SAY, HERE,

AND HYPER-EXTENDING THIS ARMOVER AND OVER AND OVER.

YOU CAN WORK ON YOURTAKEDOWNS,

AND IT'S JUST PERFECTFOR TRAINING.

- IS IT WORTH MORETHAN THE CAGE?

- IT'D PROBABLYBE WORTH $3,500.

- WOW.

- THAT'S WHAT THEY GO RETAIL.

HOW ABOUT $1,500 FOR THE DUMMYAND ALL THE PIECES?

- I THINK WE CAN COME DOWN

TO ABOUT THREE GRANDFOR THE WHOLE DEAL.

- I CAN'T DO ITAT THREE GRAND, GUYS.

I'M GONNA GIVE AWAY THE CAGETO KIDS TO TRAIN WITH.

HOW ABOUT 2,000?

- HOW ABOUT 2,400?

- 2,400.- 2,400.

- ALL RIGHT!YOU GOT A DEAL.

- SWEET!- THANK YOU, GUYS.

- THANK YOU.

WE GOT A KNOCK-OUT PRICEON THAT MMA GEAR,

BUT WE STILL HAVE ONE MORE ROUNDTO GO IN STANTON.

- A LITTLE ELBOW GREASEGOES A LONG WAY.

- NOT TOO SHABBY, HUH?

WITH JUST A LITTLE BIT OF WORK,

WE GOT OUR SHOOTING GALLERYREADY FOR THE ARCADE.

COOL.

AND WITHIN A DAY OF POSTINGOUR AD ONLINE--

THAT'S IT.

WE HEARD FROMA VERY INTERESTED BUYER

DOWN AT THE AMUSEMENT PARK.

- LEAMON'S BEEN A CARNIVALWORKER FOR OVER 40 YEARS,

AND HE'S ALWAYS LOOKINGFOR CLASSIC GAMES

TO HELP ATTRACT BIG CROWDS.

- WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- WELL, HAVEN'T SEENONE OF THESE IN A WHILE.

IT LOOKS LIKE IT'SIN REAL GOOD CONDITION.

YOU GUYS GET IT LIKE THIS?

- WHAT'S THAT? I'M SORRY.

- YOU GOT THE RIGHT RESTRINGERS,KITES, EVERYTHING.

[laughs]

OH, YEAH.REALLY NICE GUN HERE.

IT'S IN REAL GOOD SHAPE.

DON'T MAKE 'EMLIKE THAT ANYMORE.

SO YOU GOT BOTH BRANDS.

FELTMAN STARTED THIS OUTIN 1939, CONEY ISLAND.

AND THEN ONE OF HIS EMPLOYEESWENT OFF ON HIS OWN

AND MADE A SHOOTING STARIN NEW JERSEY.

- WHAT?

- THAT GUY USED TO WORKFOR HIM...

[speaking indistinctly]

...IN NEW JERSEY.

- SOMETIMES, UNUSUAL ITEMSATTRACT UNUSUAL BUYERS.

SO FAR, LEAMON ISN'T SPEAKINGOUR LANGUAGE.

HOW MUCH MONEYDO THESE THINGS MAKE?

LIKE, ON AN AVERAGE DAY.- $1,000 A DAY.

- 1,000 BUCKS?WOW.

- HOLY CRAP.

- TELL ME ABOUT THESE GUNS.ARE THEY WORTH A BIT?

- WELL, DEPENDSIF THEY WORK OR NOT.

WE DON'T EVEN KNOW THAT.

- GOTCHA.

- WE CAN CHECK IT OUT,SEE IF I MIGHT WANT IT.

- ALL RIGHT, SOUNDS GOOD.

- [laughs]

- I DON'T UNDERSTAND A WORDHE'S SAYING.

- WHAT WE HAVE HEREIS A FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE.

- I GUESS WE'RE GONNA HAVETO LET THESE GUNS

SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES,

AND THEN, WE'LL TALK TURKEY.

- SHOOT OUT THAT STAR.THAT'S ALL THERE IS TO IT.

- LET'S SEE IF THEY WORK THEN.- LET'S SEE HOW THEY DO.

- HA!PRETTY GOOD, HUH?

- I DON'T KNOW.YOU SURE THAT'S SHOOTING?

- IS THAT A WINNER OR A LOSER?- THAT'S A LOSER.

- I DON'T KNOW.

- I'VE NEVER SEEN SOMEONESHOOT AT THE STAR

AND COMPLETELY LEAVETHE WHOLE STAR INTACT.

- EXCUSE ME, THAT WAS JUSTTO DEMONSTRATE THE GUN.

- WOW.- LIKE YOU COULD DO BETTER.

WOW, THAT LOOKS PRETTY GOOD.- SWEET.

- THERE'S GOOD SHOOTING THERE.

- I THINK WE'VE ANSWEREDTHAT THESE GUNS WORK

AND THAT THEY'REHOT MONEY-MAKERS.

BUT THE QUESTION IS,WHAT ARE THEY WORTH?

- THEY'RE ABOUT 1,500APIECE NOW.

- WOW.

WE GOT FOUR GUNS.$6,000.

WE'LL THROW IN THE BOARDFOR FREE.

I THINKWE'VE GOT A DEAL, SIR.

- 6,000, HUH?

[laughs]

- HEY, YOU SAID YOU WEREINTERESTED IN SEEING THIS.

I THOUGHT THAT MEANTYOU WERE A SERIOUS BUYER.

- WELL, I THOUGHT YOU HADA SERIOUS PROPOSITION.

TELL YOU WHAT, 1,500 APIECE--3,000.

- YOU SAID THIS GAME BRINGS1,000 BUCK IN A DAY.

- WELL, THAT'S NOT EVERY DAY.THAT'S A GOOD DAY.

- I KNOW WHATA MONEY-MAKER THIS IS.

YOU GOTTA GET OFFTHAT THREE GRAND.

- I'LL GO UP TO FOUR GRANDSINCE I ALREADY GOT A PLACE

TO PUT 'EM UP.

- EVERYTHING HEREFOR FIVE GRAND.

- WHY DON'T WE GO 4,500AND CUT THE DIFFERENCE?

- WHY DON'T WE, HUH?WE GOT A DEAL?

- YOU GOT A DEAL.- ALL RIGHT.

- GOT A DEAL.

- WELL, ALLEN,YOU MAY NOT SHOOT STRAIGHT,

BUT WE WON THE BIGGEST PRIZEIN THE ARCADE.

- YOU KNOW, TON,

I THINK MOM WOULD BE PROUDOF OUR TAKE IN STANTON.

WE SOLD THE MMA GEARFOR $2,400.

THE CARNIVAL GAME WENTFOR 4,500 BUCKS.

AND ALL THE OTHER ITEMS WE FOUNDSOLD FOR ANOTHER $1,530.

- WE BOUGHT THE TWO UNITSFOR 800 BUCKS

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR AN AMAZING $8,430.

THAT'S A TOTAL PROFITOF 7,630 BUCKS.

- WELL, TON, I TOLD YOU.THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM.

AND I'VE GOT ANOTHER AUCTIONFOR US TOMORROW MORNING.

- YEAH, YEAH, I'M GOOD.

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