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Quadzilla Attacks!

The guys score in Playa Vista, CA with a Quadzilla ATV, a 1910s Derringer and an 1880s Palm Squeezer.

- OH, YEAH, WE'REGOING TO THE BEACH.

- NICE!

- WE GOT SOME SERIOUSCOMPETITION.

- YEP.- $3,700.

- AND THE STAKESHAVE NEVER BEEN HIGHER.

- $5,000, SOLD.

- MAN, LOOK AT THAT.

- DUDE!GOOD NEWS...

QUAD-ZILLA!

THIS THING IS BAD-ASS!

THIS IS MADE FOR ONE THING.

KILLING.

- SO $2,500.

- NO, NO, NO, NO, NO.

- $550both: $600.

- NOW $575, NOW $600.

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDSOF ABANDONED STORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UPFOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD, $1,800.

- $1,150.

- THESE AUCTIONS HAVEBECOME 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 COUNTRY

BUYING STORAGE UNITS.

- AND WE'RE THE BESTIN THE BUSINESS.

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

- WE HAVE SECONDS TO DETERMINETHE VALUE...

FOUR BUYS IT.- MAKE A BID.

- SEVEN!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.

SIX GRAND,AND YOU OWN IT.

- HOW 'BOUT $2,000?

- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- WE'RE ON OUR WAYTO PLAYA VISTA!

- I LIKE THIS TOWN.

- DO YOU LIKE THAT IT'S GOT"PLAYA" IN THE TITLE?

- HOWARD HUGHESCAME OUT HERE

AND STARTEDTHE BIG AIRCRAFT RUSH.

- MAYBE WE'LL FINDSOME PRETTY COOL

AVIATION MEMORABILIAOR SOMETHING IN THAT LINE.

- THERE'S A MARKET FORTHAT KIND OF STUFF.

- TODAY,WE'RE IN PLAYA VISTA,

WHICH, IN SPANISH,MEANS "BEACH WITH A VIEW."

- THIS PLACE IS A KICK-ASSBEACH COMMUNITY.

A LOT OF MONEYAND EXPENDABLE INCOME.

- AND EXPENDABLE INCOMEMEANS LUXURY ITEMS.

AH, HERE WE GO.

- LET'S SEE IF THERE'SSOME WHALES AT THIS BEACH.

- THIS IS CASH-CASH ONLY.

ALL THE MONEY YOU HAVEON YOU RIGHT NOW

IS ALL THE MONEYYOU HAVE TO SPEND.

YOU CANNOT LEAVE TO GOTO AN ATM OR A BANK TO GET CASH.

ANY QUESTIONS?

- ALL RIGHT, LET'S GO.

- THERE ARE THREE UNITSUP FOR AUCTION TODAY.

- THE UNITS COULD BECRAZY GOOD HERE.

- WHOO!- HERE IT IS.

- CRAP. ARTWORK.

- 99% OF THE TIME,ART ISN'T WORTH THAT MUCH.

BUT WHEN YOU SEE A UNITTHAT'S ENTIRELY MADE UP

OF ONE ARTIST,

THAT COULD BE A COLLECTION,

AND THAT COULD BE MONEY.

[overlapping chatter]

THIS UNITIS CLIMATE CONTROLLED,

WHICH IS EXACTLY WHEREYOU'D STORE VALUABLE ART

IF YOU WANTED TO PROTECT ITFROM THE SALTY AIR

IN A PLACE LIKE PLAYA VISTA.

FIVE GRAND IS A LOTTO SPEND ON ONE ROOM

RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE.

IF WE DROP THAT HERE,IT MIGHT CRIPPLE US

THE REST OF THE DAY.

SO WE HAVE TO STICKTO OUR LIMIT

AND HOPE THAT NOBODY ELSE

WANTS THIS ROOMAS MUCH AS WE DO.

- OKAY, UNIT NUMBER 1073.

YOU GO $500?GOT A $500 BID.

NOW $525.

NOW $525, $550, $575.

GOT A $575 NOW, $575.- $600.

$600, $650.

$650, $700.- $700.

- $700, $725.$725, $800.

- $800.- $800, $825.

- FROM THE BEGINNING,TON WAS TAKING HEAT

FROM A COUPLEDIFFERENT SOURCES.

AND THEN,A NEW BIDDER CHIMED IN.

- $1,000, GOT $1,000 BID NOW.

$1,025. $1,025.$1,050.

- WE'LL DO $1,500.THAT'S A GOOD NUMBER.

- $1,500, $1,600.

$1,600, $1,700.

$1,800. GOT AN $1,800,$1,900.

- THE BIDDING WAS GOING INSANE.

- WHEN A SMALL UNITHITS 2,000 BUCKS THAT QUICKLY,

WELL, IT'S NEVERA GOOD SIGN.

- GOT A $2,200 BID NOW.$2,200, $2,300, $2,400.

AT $2,400.

YOU GO $2,400 ON IT.$2,400, $2,500.

$2,500, $2,600.

GOT A $2,600 BID.

- OUR NEW FRIEND DIDN'T LOOKLIKE AN ART CONNOISSEUR.

BUT YOU COULD TELLTHAT THIS GUY

WAS SETTLING INFOR A BIDDING WAR.

- $3,800 TO $3,900.- YEP!

- $3,900, $4,000,$4,100.

$4,200, $4,300.

$4,400, $4,500, $4,600.

$4,600, $4,700, $4,800.

$4,900. GOT A $4,900.$5,000.

NOW A $5,000 BID.AT $5,000.

- FIVE GRAND IS OUR LIMIT.

ONE MORE BIDAND WE WALK AWAY.

- GOT A $5,000--$5,100.

GOT A $5,100 BID NOW.$5,100.

NOW $5,100 ONE TIME.

TWICE. SOLD.

EVEN THOUGH IT HURT TO LOSETHE UNIT TO THAT GUY,

WE MADE IT LOOK LIKEWE DROPPED THE ROOM ON HIM.

IF HE THINKS WE RAISEDTHE BID ON PURPOSE,

HE MIGHT THINK TWICE ABOUTBIDDING AGAINST US

ON THESE OTHER UNITS.

- NOW, START THIS NEXT ONEFOR US, OKAY?

- OKAY, COOL.I GOT IT.

HERE WE ARE.

- WHEN WE GOTTO THAT SECOND UNIT,

OUR ART GURUWAS NOWHERE TO BE FOUND.

- SO EITHER WE MADE HIMBLOW ALL OF HIS CASH,

OR WE SPOOKED HIM.

[indistinct chatter]

- THE SECOND UNITDIDN'T HAVE A WHOLE LOT IN IT.

BUT WE COULD SEEA LEATHER OTTOMAN,

A VINTAGE SAW,AND AN ANTIQUE LANTERN.

THAT COULD BE WORTHSOME MONEY.

SO WE SET OUR LIMITAT 300 BUCKS.

- OKAY, 2214.GOT A $100 BID.

START IT AT 100 BUCKS.GOT A $100 OPENER.

GOT A $100 BID NOW.$100.

GOT $100, $125.$125, $150.

NOW $150.

GOT A $150 BID.NOW $150.

$175.NOW AT $175, $200.

GOT A $200 BID.NOW $225.

GOT A $225 BID, NOW $225.

I GOT A $200, $225, $250.

GOT $250 ONE TIME.

$250 TWICE.

SOLD, $250.

- SOMETIMES PEOPLE WILLUNDERESTIMATE A SMALL UNIT.

BUT IF WE SPOT EVEN ONE ITEMTHAT WE KNOW WE CAN SELL,

LIKE THE ANTIQUE LANTERN,

WELL, IT'S WORTHMAKING THE INVESTMENT.

- OKAY, SINGLE FILE.

KEEP IT MOVIN'.KEEP IT MOVIN'.

- [whispering]OH, MY GOD.

THERE ARE ATV PARTSALL OVER THIS UNIT.

IF THERE'S AN ACTUAL QUADUNDERNEATH THAT TARP,

THAT MEANS BIG MONEY.

- YOU'RE LICKIN' YOUR CHOPS.

HERE'S THE DEAL.WE CAN ONLY SEE 600 BUCKS.

- WHEN YOUR PARTNERHAD A GUT FEELING,

YOU GOTTA BACK HIM UP.

- ESPECIALLY WHENYOU HAVE THIS MUCH GUTS.

- OKAY, UNIT NUMBER 1362.

START IT AT $100.

GOT $100, $100, $150.

$150, $1--$200.

GOT $200, $250.

NOW $350, $400.

GOT A $400, $450.

$450, $500, $550.

$550, $600, $650, $700.

GOT A $700 BID.NOW IT'S $700.

$750, $800.

NOW AT $800, $850.GOT $850.

NOW A $900 BID.

$950. $950, $1,000.

GOT $1,000.$1,000 ONE TIME.

$1,000 TWICE.

SOLD, $1,000.

- GOOD JOB, I THINK.

[laughter]- THANK YOU, SIR.

- IN OUR BUSINESS,WHEN WE SEE A TARP,

WE DON'T LIKE TO ASSUME

THAT THERE'S SOMETHINGGOOD UNDER THERE.

- BUT EVERYTHING ELSEIN THAT UNIT

SUGGESTS THERE'SA FOUR-WHEELER UNDER THERE.

- I SUGGEST YOU PRAYYOU'RE RIGHT.

- IF THIS IS WHATI THINK IT IS...

- YEAH.

- YOU'LL THANK ME.

MAN.

COME ON, BABY.

WHOA. HOLD UP.HOLD UP.

- DON'T BRING MY ENERGY DOWN.

- OH, MY GOD.

- YOU PROMISED MESOMETHING GOOD.

- THIS IS BAD NEWS.- I WANT THE GOOD NEWS!

- THE GOOD NEWS...IT'S QUAD-ZILLA!

RIGHT HERE, BABY!- [laughing]

- THIS THING IS BAD-ASS.

IT HAS MORE HORSEPOWERTHAN ANY QUAD OF ITS TIME.

- THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT.

IT'S THE ONLY THINGTHAT WOULD HAUL YOU AROUND.

- HAUL ME AND TWO OTHERPEOPLE OF MY SIZE AROUND.

IT WAS SO FAST AND HAD SUCHA SMALL FRAME FOR ITS TIME

AND SO LIGHTWEIGHT,PEOPLE WERE GETTING HURT.

- LISTEN, DON'T WANT TO SAY,"I TOLD YOU SO,"

BUT WHAT WAS IWORRIED ABOUT?

THAT WE'D BE FINISHINGSOMEBODY ELSE'S PROJECT.

- NO.

- LET'S JUST SEEIF SHE RUNS, ALL RIGHT?

- I DON'T EVEN KNOW IF ITFEELS ANY GOOD ANYMORE.

HERE, LET ME CHECK.

IF THERE'S JUNK

INSIDE THE FUEL TANK,WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

OH, WAIT.

WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

SHOULD WE PULL THE TIRE OFFAND DOUBLE CHECK?

- YAH! COME ON!

- THAT COULD BE A PROBLEM.

- THANK YOU, CAPTAIN OBVIOUS.

- SO $2,500.- THAT'S THE FRIEND PRICE.

'CAUSE I WAS GONNAHOLD IT AT $3,000.

CHECK THIS OUT!THAT IS COOL!

- I'LL GIVE YOU $500 RIGHT NOW.

both: $600.

- IF THERE'S JUNKINSIDE THE FUEL TANK,

WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

OH, WAIT.

WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

THEY MUST HAVE REPLACEDTHE TANK OR SOMETHING.

- WE PAID HOW MUCHFOR THIS ROOM?

- A GRAND. EVERYTHINGSEEMS TO BE THERE, THOUGH.

- BUT IT'S GOT JUNKWHERE GAS IS SUPPOSED TO BE.

- IF THE QUAD WAS RUNWITH SEDIMENT IN THE TANK,

THE MOTOR COULD BE SHOT,

MAKING IT WORTH ONLYA FRACTION OF THE COST

OF A PERFECT RUNNING BIKE.

- THE ONLY WAY TO TELLIS TO PUT THIS BEAST TOGETHER

AND SEE IF SHE FIRES UP.

THE QUESTION IS, TON,MY GOOD MAN,

CAN WE REBUILD THIS THING?

- OH, IT WILL BE REBUILT.

HA HA!THEY LEFT US A TOOL BAG.

- TELL ME HOW TO DO IT,AND I'M GONNA HELP YOU.

YOU SAY SCALPEL,I'LL GET YOU THE SCALPEL.

- [indistinct]RATCHET.

- WHOOPSIE.

THIS IS REALLY NOTGOING WELL, IS IT?

NOW WHAT?ARGH!

MINE'S MISSING THE WASHER.

- PLIERS.

- ALL RIGHT, LET'S JUST SEEIF SHE RUNS, ALL RIGHT?

- AND NOW,THE MOMENT OF TRUTH.

- IF QUAD-ZILLA DOESN'TAWAKEN FROM ITS SLUMBER,

WE COULD BE LOOKING ATA MONSTER LOSS.

YOU KNOW WHAT?

THIS IS CHEAPERTHAN A TREADMILL.

AND MORE FUN FOR ME.

[clack]

OOH! THAT DIDN'T SOUND GOOD.

[rumbling]

- OHH!

- YEAH!

YEAH-HEAH-HEAH!

WHOO HOO HOO HOO HOO!

[engine revving]

QUAD-ZILLA LIVES!

- ON TOP OF THE QUAD,WE FOUND THREE HELMETS,

A BUNCH OF FENDERS,

AND 1,000 BUCKS IN TOOLS.

- AND I CAN'T WAIT TO SEEWHAT THE NEXT UNIT

HAS IN STORE FOR US.

- SO...

- THAT IS OUR HAPPINESS.

- HERE'S THE DEAL.

THAT IS A VINTAGETRAFFIC LANTERN.

IF THE BACK OF THAT LANTERNISN'T CRACKED,

IT'S AT LEAST 100 BUCKS.

THE RED GLASS ISTHE MOST COVETED FOR LANTERNS.

AND I'VE SOLD SOMEOLD LANTERNS BEFORE.

THAT GLASS IS PERFECT.

AND IT'S BEEN WELL-USED.

- OH, WOW, CHECK THIS OUT.

- OOH. WHOA, WHOA, WHOA.

THIS IS A TWO-MANLUMBERJACK SAW

THAT IS NOW A ONE-MANLUMBERJACK SAW.

IF WE HAD A TREE HERE...

- BACK AND FORTH.

- SO IN ITS BROKEN CONDITION,IT'S JUST ORNAMENTAL.

- THAT'S GONNA BE PROBABLYWORTH 40, 50 BUCKS.

- LET'S SEE WHAT ELSEWE GOT.

- CLOTHES, CLOTHES.

- OOOHHH.- HERE, SET IT ON THE TABLE.

- HEY, TON, COULD I SEE YOUIN MY OFFICE FOR A MOMENT.

BOOM!

THIS IS 120 YEARS OLD.

THIS IS A WESTERN ELECTRICPHONE.

1890s, PROBABLY.

MAYBE 1900s.

AND HOW DO I KNOW?

BECAUSE, YOU SEE THAT?

THAT IS BAKELITE.

THAT PIECE IS.

AND THEN THIS WOULD HAVEBEEN BAKELITE TOO.

SO IF WE HAD THE ORIGINAL PIECE,THE RECEIVER,

IT COULD BE WORTH400 TO 600 BUCKS.

IN THIS CONDITION RIGHT NOW,

I DON'T KNOW, MAYBEA DEALER WOULD GIVE US 60

IF THEY WANTEDTO DO THE PROJECT.

- NOT ONE OF OUR BEST ROOMS,

BUT, HEY, WITH THE LANTERN,

THE SAW, AND THE OLD PHONE,

WE OUGHT TO BE ABLETO MAKE SOME MONEY.

- BARELY.

ALL RIGHT, WELL, LET'SGET THIS DOWN TO THE TRUCK,

'CAUSE WE GOTTAGET IT OUT OF HERE.

- I'M GONNA GIVE YOUA WIDE BERTH.

- THAT ONE'S PRETTY GOOD,ISN'T IT?

OHH.

[bleep].

- WHAT IS THAT?

- STASH BOX.

- DON'T PUT YOUR HANDIN THERE, MAN.

- [laughing]

- IT'S HEAVY!IT'S HEAVY.

SOMETHING'S IN THERE.

CHECK THIS OUT!

THAT IS COOL!

- THIS IS A DERRINGER.

THEY'RE POCKET PISTOLS.

- IT LOOKS LIKE TON'SPOWERS OF DESTRUCTION

ARE FINALLY GONNAMAKE US SOME MONEY

INSTEAD OF COST US.

- THAT ONE'S CLEAR.

LET ME CHECK THIS ONE.

- THAT IS AN ALIEN STRANGEDEVICE.

- IT'S A SQUEEZE COCKER.

- THIS IS MADE FOR ONE THING.

KILLING.SOMEONE GETS OUT OF HAND...

FIRES EVERY TIME.

- SO WHAT ARE THESEWORTH TOGETHER?

- THEY'RE WORTH PROBABLYABOUT 800 BUCKS.

- GET OUT OF HERE.REALLY?

THAT'S AWESOME!

TODAY TURNED OUT TO BE EPIC.

AFTER FINDING THOSEOLD SCHOOL HAND GUNS

AND RESURRECTING QUAD-ZILLA,

WE ARE SET TO MAKESOME SERIOUS CASH.

- IT'S TIME TO GO SEE BLAZE.

THERE'S TROUBLE.

- OH, NO.

MY TWO NEMESES.

TON, ALLEN.

- LOOK AT THIS.YOU READY?

- THOSE ARE OLDER THAN ME.- [laughs]

- THAT'S A NEATLITTLE DERRINGER.

THESE WERE FAMOUSFOR THE GAMBLERS.

THEY LOVED THESE.

YOU COULD GOUNDERNEATH THE TABLE

AND SAY, "YOU CHEATED."

PULL THE TRIGGERA COUPLE TIMES,

AND YOU HIT 'EMRIGHT IN THE VITALS.

- NO.

- OH, YES.

THIS GUN I ESTIMATEWAS PROBABLY MADE

AFTER THE 1900s.

BECAUSE OF THE NAMETHAT'S ON THE TOP.

IT SAYS "REMINGTON ARMS."

BEFORE THE TURNOF THE CENTURY,

IT WAS REMINGTON AND SONS.

IT'S AN UNBELIEVABLELITTLE WEAPON.

COMPACT, EASY TO CONCEAL.

AND VERY EFFECTIVEAT CLOSE RANGE.

- YES.

- THIS ONEIS A LITTLE CHERRY.

I LOVE THIS.

LIKE THIS BETTERTHAN THAT ONE.

IT'S A SQUEEZE COCKER.HELL OF A LITTLE GUN.

THE INTERIOR OF THESE THINGSARE MADE LIKE A SWISS WATCH.

SOME OF THE STUFFTHAT THEY MANUFACTURED

DURING THE CIVIL WARAND AFTER THE CIVIL WAR,

UP TILL THE 1900s,

IT'S ABSOLUTELY AMAZING,WITH PRIMITIVE EQUIPMENT,

WHAT THEY COULDACTUALLY TURN OUT.

- WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUTVALUE-WISE?

- THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN REALLYJUSTIFY THE PRICE ON THIS...

IS YOU HAVE TO FIRE IT.

THAT MEANS A LOT MOREVALUE TO IT, IF IT WORKS

AND EVERYTHINGIS FUNCTIONING IN THERE.

- LET'S TAKE THIS OVERAND SQUEEZE OFF A FEW ROUNDS.

- THAT'S A GOOD IDEA.

- COULD THISBLOW MY HAND OFF?

- YES.

- [exhaling]

- $800.- $800?

NO.

[engine revving]

- SO $2,500- $2,900.

- THAT'S THE FRIEND PRICE.

'CAUSE I WAS GONNAHOLD IT AT $3,000.

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