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Sink Or Swim

A Torrance, CA trip yields Ton & Allen a Thomas Edison gramophone and a one-man Addictor 190 speed boat.

- TODAY, WE'RE IN TORRANCE,

CALIFORNIA'S BEST-KEPTAUCTION-HUNTING SECRET.

LET'S GO SEE THE COMPETITION.

BUT WE LEARN QUICKLY...THE SECRET'S OUT.

- OH, IT'S ON.

- [rapid speech]

- YEP!

- SOLD FOR 9 1/4.

- HOLY CRAP.

- [screams and laughs]

THIS JUST GOT CREEPY.

I FEEL LIKE A JAMES BONDVILLAIN.

I MIGHT NOT SELLIF WE CAN'T GET 25.

- ONLY IS WORTH SOMETHINGIF IT'S RUNNING.

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- I'M TON JONES.

both: WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

- GIVE IT GAS!

TON!- TURN, TURN, TURN, TURN, TURN.

- HE'S GONNA HIT THAT.

OOH.

- [rapid speech]

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OF ABANDONEDSTORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UP FOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD! 1,800.

- $1,150.

- THESE AUCTIONS HAVE BECOMEBIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $7,000.

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,

WE HAVE SECONDSTO DETERMINE THE VALUE...

- MAKE A BID.- SEVEN!

AND WIN THE AUCTION.- 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.6 GRAND AND YOU OWN IT.

- HOW ABOUT 2,000?

- THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- WELCOME TO TORRANCE,CALIFORNIA!

- ALWAYS MONEY IN TORRANCE.

- WE LOVE TORRANCE.

IT'S AN ACCESS POINTFOR THE PORTS.

THERE'S A LOTOF RECREATION HERE.

- THE BEACH IS JUST RIGHTOVER THERE.

WE'VE BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH TO HITSTUFF LIKE SURF BOARDS,

FISHING EQUIPMENT,ALL KINDS OF STUFF.

THAT'S WHAT WE'RE HOPINGTO FIND TODAY.

- THERE'S ALSOAN OLDER POPULATION,

SO SOMETIMES WECAN FIND ANTIQUES.

TORRANCE IS KIND OF LIKEOUR LITTLE SECRET, ISN'T IT?

- YES, IT IS.

- AUCTIONS DON'T HAPPENIN TORRANCE VERY OFTEN,

SO A LOT OF EXPERIENCED BIDDERSHAVE FORGOTTEN IT.

WE HAVEN'T 'CAUSE WE'VE GOTTENLUCKY HERE BEFORE.

AND YOU KNOW WHAT?I'M FEELING LUCKY.

- OH, IT'S ON.

- WE SEE A FRESH CROPOF NEWBIES EVERY YEAR.

BECAUSE WE'VE SEEN SO FEWBIDDERS HERE IN THE PAST,

WE EXPECTED JUST A FEW LOCALS.

- BIG CROWDS EQUAL BIG PRICES.

WITH ONLY FOUR UNITS UPFOR AUCTION TODAY,

GETTING A GOOD UNIT AT A GREATPRICE IS GONNA BE TOUGH.

- DID EVERYBODY GET SIGNED IN?- YEP.

- [rapid speech]

THESE AND OTHER TERMSAND CONDITIONS

ARE AVAILABLE UPONREQUEST.

HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,FEEL FREE TO ASK JOE!

- [chuckles]

OH, OH, OH.

- AT THE DOOROF THE FIRST UNIT,

WE SEE A LOTOF SPORTS EQUIPMENT.

SPORTS EQUIPMENT CAN MEANA DISPOSABLE INCOME

AND THAT EQUALS A GOOD ROOM.

- DO 2 ON IT.COME ON. COME ON.

- WITH THE FISHING POLES,THE BOAT MOTOR,

AND THE OTHERSPORTING EQUIPMENT,

TO US, THIS ROOM SAYSA COUPLE GRAND.

- OKAY.1014.

LOTS OF COOL STUFF.

[rapid speech]

- IN BIDDING,BUYERS HAVE A RHYTHM.

JUMPING THE BIDIS A GREAT STRATEGY,

ESPECIALLY AGAINST NEWBIESIN A FAST-PACED AUCTION.

- A HIGH BID CAN STUN 'EM.

BEFORE THEY CAN RECOVER,THE UNIT IS OURS.

- 400. NOW 4 1/4.NOW 450. NOW 475.

I HAVE 475. NOW 500.500. NOW 5 1/4.

500. NOW 5 1/4.NOW 550. NOW 575.

575. NOW 600.

- 800.

- I HAVE 800. NOW 8 1/4.800. NOW 8 1/4.

800. NOW 8 1/4.GOING ONCE...

TWICE...SOLD FOR $800.

- WHOO!

- THANK YOU, SIR.- YOU'RE WELCOME.

- GETTING THAT UNITFOR 800 BUCKS WAS A SCORE.

- I WOULD HAVE PAID 800 JUSTTO SEE UNDERNEATH THAT TARP.

- THAT'S WHAT MAKES YOU SPECIAL.

- THE NEXT TWO UNITS ARE THEKIND WE CALL "BUTT KICKERS."

- I HAVE 290.

- THESE ARE FULL OF LARGE,LOW-VALUE ITEMS.

- SOLD FOR 4 1/4.

- AND WE STAY AWAY FROM THEM,

'CAUSE THEY'RE A WASTEOF OUR TIME AND OUR MONEY.

- JUST BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKECLOTHES IN THOSE BAGS,

IT COULD BE MONEY.

- THAT LEAVES USWITH ENOUGH CASH

TO GO ALL-IN IFTHE LAST UNIT'S ANY GOOD.

- SOLD FOR 270.

- IT'S ALL COMING DOWNTO THIS LAST UNIT.

- OKAY.

- [sighs]

[laughter]

- OKAY.

OKAY.

- THIS CROWD IS HUNGRY,SO WE'RE GONNA TRY

TO COOL OFF THE BIDDING BEFOREIT GETS TOO HOT.

WE'VE FOUND THE BEST WAYTO DO THIS

IS TO CAUSE A DISTRACTIONAT THE KEY MOMENT.

- 1129.OKAY.

CAN I GET $100.NOW 150.

[rapid speech]

NOW 300. NOW 3 1/4.NOW 350.

I HAVE 375. NOW 400.I HAVE 375. NOW 400.

[rapid speech]

- YEP.- YEP!

- [rapid speech]

- YOU BET.

- YEAH!- NOW 800.

- TON'S HARD TO MISS.

WHEN HE WALKS AWAY,PEOPLE NOTICE.

- NOW THEY'RE THINKING,"WHY IS THIS GUY WALKING AWAY?

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS UNIT?"

- NOW 850.8 1/4. GO 850. NOW 875.

850, 875. NOW 900.

I HAVE 875.- YEP!

- 950. I HAVE 9 1/4.[rapid speech]

I HAVE 9 1/4.950. 950.

9 1/4 ONCE...

TWICE...

SOLD FOR 9 1/4.

- THANK YOU.- YOU'RE WELCOME.

- WHEW!

- SO WE WON TWO UNITS AND SPENTA TOTAL OF $1,725.

BUT TO AVOID A RETURN TRIP,WE GOT TO WORK FAST

AND DIG 'EM OUT.

- ALL RIGHT, LET'S SEE WHAT'SIN THIS ONE.

- THIS IS GONNA BE FUN.

- IF THERE'S AN INSTRUMENTIN THAT CASE,

THEN IT'S GONNABE A GREAT ROOM.

WHAT'S THE FIRST THINGYOU WANT TO SEE?

- THE CASE.- ME TOO.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ARE ONEOF THE EASIEST THINGS TO SELL.

WE'VE BOUGHT MUSIC ROOMS BEFORE

THAT HAVE MADE US 8,000TO 10,000 BUCKS.

I GOT TO SEE WHAT'S IN HERE.

- OOH.

THIS IS A...EMPTY CASE.

WE'VE ALSO FOUND A LOTOF EMPTY CASES.

- NOTHING.

THIS, IF IT WAS TEN YEARS OLD,IT'D BE WORTH SOMETHING.

NOTHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT.

- THIS IS ALL SWAP MEET?- YEP.

YOU KNOW, I HAD HIGH HOPES.

WE SPENT 925 BUCKSON THIS MUSIC ROOM...

SPEAKERS ARE TOAST.- NOT WORTH ANYTHING.

- BUT OUR MUSIC ROOMIS FALLING FLAT.

- AT LEAST WE GOT OUR CHICKEN.

- WE HAVE TO SEE--

- DUDE, THE CHICKEN'S AWESOME.

- [squawks]

PECK, PECK, PECK, PECK.

- DUDE, YOU ARE SO WRONG.

- SO WHO WOULD EVEN OWN THIS?

- DUDE, THAT'S GOINGTO THE DESK.

- WHAT'S THE VALUEOF THIS THING?

IF YOU WANT IT AT ALL,IT'S GOT TO BE WORTH...

- ALLEN?- 100 BUCKS.

WHAT IS IT?

- WHAT THE--- OH!

- WHAT IS THIS?

- THAT'S THE HORN TO,LIKE, A VICTROLA.

WE FOUND WHAT LOOKSLIKE A HORN

TO AN EARLY RECORD PLAYER.AND WE LOVE THOSE,

'CAUSE WE'VE SOLDA FEW FOR BIG MONEY.

TYPICALLY, I SEE THEM--THEY'RE BRASS.

THIS IS PAINTED THOUGH.IT'S STRANGE.

OH, MY GOD.

THOMAS EDISON!

ANTIQUE MUSIC MACHINESARE WORTH BEAUCOUP BUCKS.

I'VE SOLD A FEW,BUT I'VE NEVER SOLD ONE

WITH THOMAS EDISON'S NAMEON IT BEFORE.

THAT MAKES IT RAREAND RARE MEANS MONEY.

THOMAS EDISON GOT THIS WHOLEPARTY STARTED, MAN.

HE INVENTED THE PHONOGRAPH.

THIS IS THE COOLEST.

- WHERE'S THE REST OF IT?

- WE NEED TO FINDTHE PHONOGRAPH.

UNITS CAN BE LIKE A PUZZLE.

YOU LOSE A FEW PIECESAND THEY'RE WORTHLESS.

OH!

GET BACK, DUDE.

I FEEL LIKE ANYTHING COULD BEIN HERE,

THE WAY WE'RE GOING.

I GOT TO SEE WHAT'SIN HERE, MAN.

OH!

I DON'T BELIEVE THIS.

- HOLY CRAP.

THAT PAID FOR THE UNIT.

WHAT IS THIS SETUP WORTH?

- $6,000.

- HUH.

EVERYWHERE I LOOK,IT'S LIKE A MUSEUM.

- OH, DUDE,DON'T LET ME GO.

- I CAN'T STOP!- OH, GO! GO!

OH!

- OH!

I GOT TO SEE WHAT'SIN HERE, MAN.

OH!

I DON'T BELIEVE THIS.

WE HAVE A PHONOGRAPH.

LET'S GET IT UP.

THIS IS INSANE.

THOMAS EDISONIS A HERO OF MINE.

HE INVENTED THE LIGHT BULB.

HE REVOLUTIONIZEDTHE MOTION PICTURE CAMERA.

AND THANKFULLY,HE INVENTED THE PHONOGRAPH.

I GOT CHILLS.- HEY, IS THAT A RECORD?

- THAT IS A RECORD,SO THERE IS A RECORD ON THERE.

THE FIRST RECORDSWERE CYLINDERS

WITH THEIR GROOVESON THE OUTSIDE.

SO LET'S GO AHEADAND SEE IF SHE PLAYS.

WE'RE GONNA JUST PUTTHIS ON HERE.

[speaks indistinctly]

[static]

[music plays]- [screams and laughs]

THIS AMERICAN-MADE MACHINEIS OVER 100 YEARS OLD

AND IT'S STILL MAKINGBEAUTIFUL MUSIC.

THAT DOUBLES THE VALUE.

EVERY TIME I HEAR A NOTE,

YOU KNOW WHAT I'M PICTURINGIN MY HEAD?

- A C-NOTE?- YES!

- HA-HA!- THAT'S RIGHT.

BIG FISH!WHOO!

- NICE.

- VINYL.78s, 33s, 45s.

THESE GUYS ARE WORTH$10 APIECE.

WHOEVER HAD THIS STUFF,THEY WERE HUGE COLLECTORS.

EVERYWHERE I LOOK,IT'S LIKE A MUSEUM.

CLARINET THAT'SMADE FROM BAKELITE.

THIS IS WORTH MONEY.

- THERE'S SOMETHING UNDER HERE.

OOH, CHECK THIS OUT.

- THIS IS COOL.

IT'S AN ANTIQUE MUSIC BOX.

EACH OF THESE SETS OFFA DIFFERENT NOTE.

IT'S LIKE BRAILLE.

THE NAME IS REGINAAND WE PUSH "PLAY."

[music box plays]

- THAT IS INSANE.

- THE REGINA MUSIC BOX CAMEBEFORE THE PHONOGRAPH.

IT WAS MORE CLOSELY RELATEDTO A JEWELRY MUSIC BOX.

IT ACTUALLY PLAYEDA STEEL DISK

AND IT COULD READ THE LITTLEBUMPS AND CONTOURS

AND FIRE THE KEYSTHAT MADE MUSIC.

- THAT'S ACTUALLY PRETTY COOL.

I THOUGHT IT WAS A SAW BLADEOR A CHEESE GRATER.

- I'M SURE YOU COULD GRATECHEESE WITH IT,

BUT I WISH YOU WOULDN'T.

- CHING.- CHING.

- FINDING THE PHONOGRAPHAND THE ANTIQUE REGINA PLAYER

MAKES THIS ROOM GREAT,BUT WE STILL HAVE

ANOTHER ROOM TO DIG THROUGHAND WE ONLY HAVE AN HOUR.

- UH, IT'S DARK OUT.

- [laughs]

- WELL, FIRST THINGS FIRST.

- FIRST THINGS FIRST.OH, YES.

- DUDE, I KNEW IT.- OOH.

- CHECK THAT OUT.

- 25 HORSES!

- THAT RIGHT THERE PAIDFOR THE UNIT.

- NICE!GOOD ONE!

- THE 25-HORSEPOWEROUTBOARD MERC

IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULARMOTORS EVER.

IT FITS ON EVERYTHING.

YOUR SAILBOATS,YOUR DINGHIES,

YOUR INFLATABLES--- ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT.

I GET IT.OKAY, LOTS OF DIFFERENT BOATS.

AND I'M HAPPY,BECAUSE THAT MEANS

IT'S GONNA BE EASIER TO SELL.

- OH, YEAH.

- WAIT, WAIT, WAIT.

- PAPERWORK.- PAPERWORK?

YOU DON'T NEED PAPERWORKFOR A MOTOR.

YOU NEED PAPERWORK FOR A BOAT.

- OH.- A BOAT.

WAIT A MINUTE.

HEY.

- HOLY CRAP.

IT LOOKS LIKE A SEA-DOO.

- OH!LET'S GET IN IT!

WE BOUGHT THIS UNIT BECAUSEWE LIKE THE NAUTICAL STUFF,

WE LIKE THE MOTOR,AND WE WERE JUST HOPING

SOMETHING WOULD BE UNDERTHAT TARP.

PENN INTERNATIONAL?

- OH, MY GOD!

THESE ARE EXPENSIVE AS HELL.

ON THE HIGH END?800 TO 1,000.

- YEE!

- THIS IS FOR REALLYHAULING IT IN.

- I THINK WE JUST HAULED IT IN,ALL RIGHT.

- READY?- I'M READY.

- OH, MY GOD!IT'S A MINI BOAT!

- MINI BOAT!

- LOOK AT THIS.

THAT BIG MOTOR GOESON THIS LITTLE BAD BOY.

MINI BOATS WERE POPULARIN THE 1980s.

THEY WERE THE PRECURSORTO THE JET SKI.

THEY WERE ONLY MADE TO HOLD ONEOR TWO PEOPLE MAX.

WHAT'S UP, BABY?

WE'RE GOING FOR A SPIN.

- HOLD ON.I HOPE YOU'RE ENJOYING THIS.

THIS IS A ONE-TIME DEAL.

- GOING RIGHT.GOING RIGHT.

OH, DUDE, DON'T LET ME GO!DUDE!

THERE'S A STREET RIGHT THERE!

- OH, MY!HOLD IT. STOP IT.

BRAKES.

- YOU'RE TRYING TO KILL ME.

WATCH.BAM!

- THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN YOU.

- TAKEN OUT BY A SOCCER MOM.

- DUDE, THIS IS A COOL BOAT.

- NICE.

[groans]- LET'S GO, BUDDY.

- HERE'S YOUR PURSE.

GREAT.

- THE LIGHTS AT THESE PLACESARE ON TIMERS.

- AND OUR TIME JUST RAN OUT.

- THIS JUST GOT CREEPY.

TORRANCE IS FAR FROM HOME,

SO COMING BACK TOMORROWJUST ISN'T AN OPTION FOR US.

LUCKILY, I HAVE A PARTNERWHO CAN LIFT

MORE THAN HIS SHARE.

READY?

ESCAPE THE GAUNTLETBEFORE THE GATE

CLOSES THEM IN FOR THE NIGHT.

WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO UNLOADAN ANTIQUE PHONOGRAPH,

NOBODY BEATS SCOTT.

KNOCK, KNOCK.- HEY, COME ON IN.

- HE'S BEEN BUYING AND SELLINGFOR THREE DECADES.

AND LET ME TELL YOU,HE KNOWS EVERYTHING

THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT ANTIQUESOUND MACHINES.

- ALL RIGHT,OKAY, GOOD.

THIS IS AEDISON HOME PHONOGRAPH,

MADE ABOUT 1905.

THIS MODEL WAS $30WHEN IT WAS NEW.

PLAYS TWO-MINUTEWAX CYLINDERS.

OUT OF THE 1,093 PATENTSTHAT EDISON HELD,

THE PHONOGRAPH WAS HISFAVORITE INVENTION.

THIS IS GOOD.

YOU GOT A RECORDER HERE.

YOU CAN MAKE RECORDS.

- YOU ARE KIDDING ME.

- THE ONLY WAY TO REALLY KNOWIS TO TRY IT.

- LET'S DO IT.

I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- I'M TON JONES.

both: WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

- WHAT IS THIS SETUP WORTH?

- $6,000.

ONLY IS WORTH SOMETHINGIF IT'S RUNNING.

- TON!- TURN, TURN, TURN, TURN.

- HE'S GONNA HIT THAT.- OOH.

- YOU GOT A RECORDER HERE.

YOU CAN MAKE RECORDS.

- YOU ARE KIDDING ME.

- THE ONLY WAY TO REALLY KNOWIS TO TRY IT.

- LET'S DO IT.

- THIS IS CALLEDTHE CYGNET HORN

AND YOU CAN BOTH RECORDAND PLAYBACK WITH THAT.

- SO THIS IS A MICROPHONEGOING THIS WAY?

- IT CAN BE A MICROPHONE.- WOW.

- THIS RECORD IS 100 YEARS OLDAND IT'S A BLANK.

YOU MIGHT AS WELL TRY IT.

YOU'RE READY, ALL RIGHT?

- ALL RIGHT, HERE WE GO.

- THREE, TWO, ONE.

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE...

both: AUCTION HUNTERS!

- THAT WAS AWESOME.- ALL RIGHT.

HERE'S YOUR RECORDING DEBUT.

[record static]

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.

- I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE...

both: AUCTION HUNTERS!

- THAT'S REALLY COOL.

- THIS IS IT.NICE SHAPE TOO.

NOW, WHAT DID YOU WANT FOR IT?

- YOU KNOW, I THINK 1,200 BUCKSAND YOU OWN THIS THING.

- EH...1,200 ISN'T GONNALEAVE ME NEAR ENOUGH ROOM.

I'D PROBABLY BE MORE COMFORTABLEABOUT 750.

- MMM.

- 1,100.

- MAYBE 800.

- 950.- 850.

- 900.

- 875.

- WOW.HE'S BARELY BUDGING OFF OF THAT.

ALL RIGHT, 875.- 875.

- ALL RIGHT!- ALL RIGHT.

- THAT'S WHATI'M TALKING ABOUT.

- THE BOTTOM LINEIS THERE JUST AREN'T

A LOT OF BUYERS FOR SOMEOF THESE ITEMS

AND WE'RE NOT MAKING ANY MONEYSITTING ON IT.

- SO WE CAVED A LITTLETO MAKE IT ALL WORK OUT.

- HOW ARE YOU?

- GOOFING OFF LIKE USUAL.

ROSS IS THE MAIN MAN OVERAT CALIFORNIA SKI AND BOAT CLUB

AND IF IT'S BEEN IN THE WATER,HE'S PROBABLY RIDDEN IN IT.

NOW IT'S TIME TO SEEIF THE MINI FLOATS HIS BOAT.

- WHAT DO YOU GOT TODAY?

ADDICTOR 190.

IT'S IN ACTUALLYPRETTY GOOD CONDITION.

THE MOTOR.

UH, THE GAUGES LOOK LIKE THEY'REIN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

IN THE MID '80sAND EARLY '90s,

THIS WAS A PRODUCTION BOAT BUILTRIGHT DOWN IN DANA POINT.

THEY WERE A LOT OF FUN.

- THIS IS PRE JET SKI.

- ACTUALLY,THAT'S WHAT KILLED IT

WAS THE JET SKIS KILLEDTHE MARKET

FOR THE ADDICTORS.

- JET SKIS!

- THIS LOOKS SO MUCH MORE FUNTHAN A JET SKI.

WHAT WERE THESE WORTHBRAND NEW?

- THEY WERE SELLING THEMBETWEEN $4,000 AND $6,000.

- HMM.

- ONLY IS WORTH SOMETHINGIF IT'S RUNNING.

- SO THAT MOTORWILL HAUL BUTT.

- IT'LL DO IT.

- BUT WILL IT HAULTHIS MUCH BUTT?

- THAT IS THE QUESTIONTHAT I WANT TO SEE

BEFORE I MAKE AN OFFER ON IT.

- SMALL BOAT, BIG MOTOR.

IF THIS THING ONLY RUNS ONCE,

I WANT TO BE THE GUYTEST DRIVING IT.

- UP.

NOW WE WANT TO SEE THIS BOATHIT THE BIG BLUE.

BUT THE FACT IS WEDON'T EVEN KNOW

IF IT'S GONNA START.

- SO THAT'S HOWI'M GETTING OUT OF BED

IN THE MORNING FROM NOW ON.

- I FEEL LIKEA JAMES BOND VILLAIN.

LOWERING THE ADDICTOR!

ALL RIGHT, COME ON,BIG DADDY.

- OH, IT'S ON.

OH, CRAP.

OH, YEAH.OH.

- LIKE A GLOVE!

- OH, CRAP.

- LIKE A GLOVETHAT DOES NOT FIT.

IF THIS BOAT SINKS,DO YOU THINK

IT WILL HURT THE VALUE?

- HEY, I HEARD THAT.

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH.

LET'S JUST HOPETHIS THING STARTS.

[engine sputters]

- THERE IT IS.

- THE STARTER'S NOT ENGAGING.

- WITH EVERY CRANKOF THE MOTOR,

WE'RE LOSING DOLLARS.

ROSS IS ONLY GONNABE INTERESTED

IN A RUNNING BOAT.

[engine sputters]

[engine turns]

- THERE YOU GO.- THERE YOU GO.

GO GET 'EM.GIVE IT GAS.

KEEP IT RICH.

TON!- TURN, TURN, TURN, TURN!

TURN, TURN!

- WHOO!- GIVE IT GAS.

GIVE IT GAS.DON'T LET IT DIE.

- LOOK AT HOW SHE RIDES.

- WOW, THIS IS A REALLYSMALL OBJECT

TO BE FLOATING AROUND IN.

- HEY, BUDDY,GIVE IT SOME GAS!

OPEN IT UP!

[motor revs]

WHOO!- THERE WE GO.

OH.

- HE'S GONNA HIT THAT.

- OOH.

- [chuckles]

- ASSUMING HE MAKES IT BACKIN HERE WITH THAT THING,

WE MIGHT HAVE A DEAL.

- IT'S STARTING TO LOOK GOOD.

- THAT WAS FUN.

I CAN SEE WHY PEOPLEREALLY LIKE THESE

AND I CAN SEE WHY FAT PEOPLEDIDN'T BUY MANY OF THEM.

[laughter]

SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- IT DID ACTUALLY RUN, GUYS.

SO WITH THAT...

1,500.

- COME ON.

3 GRAND.

YOU KNOW THIS RUNS AND IT HOLDSA LOT OF WEIGHT.

- THAT'S RIGHT.

- HOW'S 2 GRAND?

- FEELS LIKE 2,500 TO ME.

THIS IS A COMPANY YACHTRIGHT HERE.

I LIKE IT.

I MIGHT NOT SELLIT IF WE CAN'T GET 2,500.

- COME ON.

- ALL RIGHT, GUYS.GOT YOURSELVES A DEAL.

- WHOO!- 2,500.

- ALL RIGHT.- SWEET.

- TORRANCE ENDED UP POURING SOMECOOL CASH INTO OUR POCKETS.

- WE MADE 875 BUCKSON THE EDISON PLAYER,

SCORED 2,500 BUCKSFOR THE ADDICTOR MINI BOAT,

AND SOLD THE RESTOF THE CONTENTS

FOR AN ADDITIONAL $3,450.

- ALL IN ALL,WE SPENT 1,725 BUCKS

AND SOLD THE BIG TICKET ITEMSFOR $6,825...

FOR A HEFTY PROFITOF 5,100 BUCKS.

WELL, I'D SAY WE MADEA BOATLOAD OF CASH.

- HEY, ARE YOU SURE YOU'RE OKAYWITH SELLING THAT BOAT?

- I DIDN'T EVEN LIKE THAT THING.

WHOO!YEAH!

ALL RIGHT!

WOO-HOO-HOO-HOO!

WHOO!

- DO YOU REALLY WANTTO SELL IT NOW?

- YEAH, I NEED HIM INTACT.

- YEAH!

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