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Friends In Hawaii Places

The team finds a WWII-era motor scooter and antique Polynesian tattoo tools that are used on Ton.

- KAILUA, HAWAII!

- DUDE!

- FEAST YOUR EYES ON THAT.

- A LOT OF LOCALS.

- I'M NERVOUS. THEY LOOK LIKESOME SERIOUS BIDDERS.

- YOU WANNA BID AT 875?CAN I GET 900?

SOLD YOUR WAY.- HOLY MOLY.

MAYBE WE SHOULD HAVE CAROLYNBID ON THIS ONE.

- THE BID IS 700, BID IS 700,BID IS 700...

750, 775?- WOW.

- YES.- BOOM!

ALL RIGHT.- HOLY CRAP!

- YOU GOT YOURSELFTHE PERFECT LITTLE HOUSE.

- SWEET.- LOVE IT.

- I'M READY FOR THIS.

WOW.- IS IT PRETTY PAINFUL?

- GAH!- $4,500.

YOU'RE THIS MUCH CLOSERTO A MAI TAI, MY FRIEND.

- THAT'S A NO.

[engines purring]WHOO!

- 550. NOW 575. NOW 600.- 60 IS THE BID.

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OF ABANDONEDSTORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UPFOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD IT. 500.

- $1,150.- YEAH!

- THESE AUCTIONSHAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $50,000.- 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...

- AND SELL.THE NUMBER IS 5,100.

- WE GOT A DEAL.- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

[ding][fireworks popping]

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.- [laughs]

KAILUA, HERE WE COME!

I CAN'T GET ENOUGHOF THE ALOHA STATE.

- YEAH, BUDDY!

- YEE-HAW!

- WHAT WAS THAT?[laughter]

ALL RIGHT, HIGH-FIVE THAT.[slap]

I ADMIRE YOUR ENTHUSIASM.

- THANKS.

- TODAY WE'RE HEADINGTO A STORAGE AUCTION

ON THE BEAUTIFUL ISLANDOF OAHU.

- AND SINCE WE'RE THOUSANDSOF MILES AWAY FROM HOME,

WE BROUGHT ALONGAN ASSISTANT, CAROLYN,

TO HELP US UNLOAD EVERYTHINGRIGHT HERE ON THE ISLAND.

I'VE GOT A FRIENDWHO LIVES IN KAILUA,

AND WE'RE GONNA BE MEETING HIMAT THE AUCTION.

- A LOCAL OUT HEREIS GONNA BE A PLUS.

- KAILUA IS NOT ONLY HOMETO ONE OF HAWAII'S

MOST POPULAR BEACHES,BUT IT ALSO NEIGHBORS

A U.S. MARINE BASE.

- SO TODAYWE COULD FIND ANYTHING

FROM WINDSURFING EQUIPMENTTO VINTAGE MILITARIA.

DUDE!- WHOO! FEAST YOUR EYES ON THAT!

- IF I EVER GET PROMOTED,CAN I HAVE A WINDOW?

- NO, THEY HAVE POSTCARDSIN THE GIFT SHOP.

SAME THING. [laughs]

[indistinct chatter]

A LOT OF LOCALS.- I'M NERVOUS.

THEY LOOK LIKESOME SERIOUS BIDDERS.

- YEAH, MAN.

OH, LOOK AT HIM MAD-DOGGING US.

WOW, LOOK AT THAT STARE.

- [chuckles]

- HEY, THAT'SMY BUDDY RIGHT THERE.

HEY! JUNIOR!

IT'S GOOD TO SEE YOU, BUDDY.THANKS, MAN.

THANKS FOR TELLING USABOUT THIS PLACE.

I MET JUNIOR AWHILE BACK

ON THE CALIFORNIAAUCTION CIRCUIT,

AND TODAY HE'S AGREEDTO GIVE US

THE INSIDE SCOOPON HIS HOME TURF.

HOW'S IT LOOK TODAY?

- SOME HEAVY HITTERS HERE.- YEAH.

- LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,

ALOHA.

MY NAME IS SURFER JOE,THE AUCTIONEER.

WELCOME TO KAILUA.

ALL RIGHT,LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,

LET'S GET IT ON!

- WITH A CROWDOF HOSTILE LOCALS

AND JUST SEVEN UNITSUP FOR AUCTION TODAY,

WE COULD EASILY GET SHUT OUTIF WE'RE NOT CAREFUL.

- SO WE PLAN TO LAY LOW UNTILWE SEE SOMETHING WE REALLY LIKE.

[crowd murmuring]

LOOK AT THIS UNIT.- AY-YI-YI.

THIS IS FOR HYDROPONICS,

FOR GROWING INDOORS.

THESE TRAYS ARE $400 APIECE.

IT'S FAST MONEY HERE.

GOT 800 EASILYIN HYDROPONICS STUFF.

MAYBE A LOT MORE.THAT'S A GIANT LAMP.

- THAT'S 600 BUCKS.

A LOT OF GOOD STUFF IN HERE.

- A GRAND.- YEAH.

- WELL, SO MUCH FOR LAYING LOW.

HYDROPONIC SYSTEMSCAN SELL

FOR OVER 1,000 BUCKS,

SO WE GOTTA BIDON THIS ONE.

- BUT ONCE WE BID, THERE'SNO MORE FLYING UNDER THE RADAR,

SO WE BETTER MAKETHIS ONE COUNT.

- READY TO BID?[crowd cheering]

WHOO! LET'S GET IT ON!HERE WE GO.

UNIT NUMBER ONE.

$100, AND GO.- 400!

- HOW ABOUT A BID--YOU'VE GOT 400.

JUMPED IN AT 400,UNLESS YOU WANNA GO 500.

HE'S SEEN SOME GOLD THERE.- YEP.

- HE'S 500. NOW THE BID ISAT 600. 600, HE SAYS.

WOULD YOU BID THE 650?

650, NOW 700, NOW 700.

THE BID IS 700,IS 700.

ANYBODY ELSE?

YOU'RE IN.WE GOT A NEW BIDDER HERE.

ALOHA.

- OOH, THEY DIDN'T LIKE THAT.

- THE AUCTION JUST BEGAN,GO 750?

750. 775?THANK YOU, SIR.

BID UP AT 800, BID UP AT 800,BID UP AT 800, LAST CALL?

- YEP!- 800 HERE, 900? 825?

850, 875.- OH, WOW.

- DID YOU WANNA BID UP AT 875?CAN I GET 900?

875, ANYONE, 900?ANYBODY ELSE?

GOING TO THE BANK AT 875 HERE.HE'S 900.

925? 925? 950?

PUTTING 'EM UP AT 950.

HE SAID NO,

AND I SAID...[taps gavel] SOLD YOUR WAY!

- NICE!- BOOM! WOW.

A LITTLE TOO CLOSEFOR COMFORT,

BUT STILL A GREAT WIN.

- UNFORTUNATELY,WE RUFFLED SOME FEATHERS,

JUST AS WE EXPECTED.

- JUNIOR'S CHECKINGTHIS ONE OUT.

- YEAH.- ANYTHING?

- DEFINITELY WORTH A LOOK.- THANK YOU. HE LIKED IT.

SLEEPING BAGS. HELMET.

COULD BE CAMPINGOR CLIMBING EQUIPMENT.

RACING COLLECTIBLES.

1 OUT OF 1,200 ISN'T BAD.

WE SHOULD GET IT.

CLIMBING AND CAMPING GEAR SHOULDBE A QUICK SELL HERE IN HAWAII,

AND LIMITED EDITIONCOLLECTIBLES?

THOSE ARE HOT ANYWHERE.

- BUT NOW THAT WE'REON EVERYONE'S RADAR,

IT'S GONNA BE TOUGHTO GET THIS ONE CHEAP.

- MAYBE WE SHOULD HAVECAROLYN BID ON THIS ONE.

- THEY'RE LESS LIKELYTO GO AGAINST HER THAN US.

- YEAH, LET'S DO IT.

- YOU JUST NEEDTO TELL ME YOUR LIMIT.

- 300 BUCKS.TON AND I UNDERESTIMATED CAROLYN

THE FIRST TIMEWE SAW HER AT AN AUCTION,

SO HOPEFULLY THESE BUYERSWILL DO THE SAME.

- HERE WE GO,LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

OFFERING NUMBER TWO.

THE BUYING IS FUN,THE BIDDING IS EASY.

START UP AT $100, AND GO.

- YES!- GOT THE 100 IN.

125? DID YOU WANT TO BIDTHE 125, BID THE 125?

- YES.- 150.

THANKS FOR THE BID OVER THERE.

175 TO KEEP IT ALIVE.YOU WANNA BID 175?

175. YOU'RE 200!

NOW 225.- YES.

- 225,BUT I WANT 250.

I'M SELLING THIS WAY AT 225,BUT I WANT 250.

ARE YOU THROUGH, ARE YOU DONE?ARE YOU THROUGH, ARE YOU DONE?

LAST CALL FOR $250.

- 400!

- WOW.- GENTLEMAN'S GOT 400 THERE.

425?- ARE WE OUT?

- 425?- THE MONEY'S OUT OF THAT THING.

- YOU'RE DEFINITELY OUT.SHE'S OUT.

SHE SAID NO.YES TO 425, BUT I WANT 450.

- THIS IS HORRIBLE.- 425, BUT I WANT 450.

HE'S OUT, HE SAID NO.

AND I SAID...

[taps gavel]SOLD YOUR WAY.

- IT'S LOCALS ONLYAT THIS BEACH.

IT SEEMS LIKE THE HAWAIIANSARE WILLING TO THROW

A LITTLE MONEY AROUNDJUST TO MAKE SURE

WE KNOW WE'RE NOT WELCOME.

- IF THEY KEEP THIS UP,WE COULD BE IN FOR A LONG DAY.

- VINTAGE PHOTO ALBUMS,THAT COULD BE GOOD.

IF THEY LEFT THE PHOTOS,

THEY MIGHT HAVE LEFTTHE FAMILY JEWELS.

75 BUCKS ON THAT.- OKAY.

- LOCKER NUMBER THREE.

SOLD IT YOUR WAY.

$250.- HOLY MOLY.

- THOSE THINGS ARE COACH.- WHOA.

- 200?- SURE.

- GENTLEMAN'S GOT 450.- WOW.

- ALL RIGHT,SO WE GOT TROUBLE.

- SOLD YOUR WAY.

UNIT NUMBER FIVE.

SOLD, 725.

SOLD, $925.

- JUNIOR.WHAT'S UP, BROTHER?

NEXT TIME YOU TELL MEABOUT AN AUCTION,

WHY DON'T WE JUST GO HAVEFISH TACOS AND CALL IT A DAY?

THE ONE UNIT WE WON

WAS SOLID,BUT IT'S NOT GONNA BE ENOUGH

TO PAYFOR THIS HAWAIIAN ADVENTURE.

- SO WITH ONE UNIT LEFT,IF IT LOOKS DECENT,

WE GOTTA FIGURE OUTA WAY TO GET IT.

- THIS IS PRETTY COOL.

WE GOT A 1940s STEAMER TRUNKRIGHT THERE.

- A LOT OF MILITARY STUFFIN HERE.

RUCKSACK ROLL, BOOTS.

- LOOKS LIKEA MOTORCYCLE TIRE RIGHT THERE.

- DUDE.- WHAT DO YOU THINK, BRO, 1,000?

- 1,000.IT'S A $1,000 ROOM.

- IN FOR A PENNY,IN FOR A POUND, RIGHT?

- VINTAGE ITEMS,MILITARY GEAR,

AND POSSIBLY A MOTORCYCLE?

THIS UNIT HAS IT ALL.

TOO BAD,THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING,

WE'RE PROBABLY GONNAGET PRICED OUT.

- HAVE NO FEAR, T.

I'VE GOT A PLAN.

IT'S NOT GOING TOO GOODOUT THERE, IS IT?

- YOU'RE A MALAHINI. - A WHA-WHA?

- [laughs]- A FIRST TIMER.

- SO WE GET TO PAY DOUBLE.HERE'S AN IDEA.

IF IT GOES ROUGH,

WHY DON'T I SIGNAL TO YOU THATWE WANT YOU TO PICK IT UP,

AND YOU JUST START BIDDING?

WOULD YOU DO THAT FOR US?

- OH, I'D DO ANYTHINGFOR YOU, BRO.

- THANK YOU.- COOL.

- HERE WE GO.FINAL OFFERING.

WHO WANTS TO WIN HERE?

100 BID, NOW BID 200?100 BID, NOW BID 200?

I'VE GOT 200 DOWN HERE,BUT I WANT 225.

ANYBODY ELSE?- 500!

- HE'S 500.NOW BID UP AT 600.

- OUCH.- 500 BID, UP AT 600 NOW.

600, BID UP AT 700,BID UP AT 700.

GOT 700 THERE.GOTTA GET 750 NOW.

750 TO KEEP IT ALIVE.

775, THANK YOU, SIR.775, BID UP AT 800.

- I'M OUT.- HE'S OUT.

ANYBODY ELSE?

NEW MONEY IN THE BACK.800, BID UP AT 850.

- THAT'S US. THAT'S JUNIOR.- 850. 850, BID UP AT 900.

BID UP AT 900.I'VE GOT 900 THERE.

BID UP AT 950.HOW ABOUT 950?

900, BID UP AT 950.

950, NOW $1,000.- WE'RE AT OUR LIMIT.

- AT 1,000, NOW 1,100.

ARE YOU THROUGH?ARE YOU DONE?

LET'S FINISH ON A HIGH NOTE.

- WOW, THEY'RE LETTING UP.- ONE MORE TIME.

DID YOU WANNA BUY 'EM?

YOU CAN FINISH AS A WINNER.

HE SAID NO, AND I SAID...

SOLD YOUR WAY!

- THANKS TO JUNIOR, WE LANDEDTWO PROMISING UNITS TODAY.

IT'S GOOD TO HAVE FRIENDSIN HAWAII PLACES, TON.

- OH, DEAR GOD.

FIRST THINGS FIRST,

LET'S GET INSIDETHAT MILITARY UNIT.

- ALL RIGHT!

SUITCASE.

- OOH.- WHAT?

- [laughs]

- IT'S A FARMING INSTRUMENTTHAT YOU'D USE

TO WHACK AT THE OLD WHEAT.

- CANE.- YEAH.

THAT'S GOTTA BE 1800s.

YOU KNOW WHAT,I WANNA HAVE

CAROLYN TAKE SOME PICTURESOF IT.

MAYBE WE'LL SELL ITBEFORE WE LEAVE THE ISLAND.

PHOTO IT, PUT IT ON CRAIGSLIST.IT'S 200 BUCKS.

- ALL RIGHT.

- WOW. IT'S A MACHETE.- WHOA.

- IT'S OLD.WE'VE GOT BRASS ON IT.

THE WOOD CAME FROM HERE.

YOU CAN TELL THAT THAT ACTUALLY

LOOKS LIKE MONKEY POD.- YEAH.

- 1800s, THIS GUYHAS GOTTA BE 300 BUCKS.

- THAT IS NICE.

- TINY SAN MIGUEL BEER.

YOU LOOK LIKE YOU COULD USEA NICE, COLD BEER.

THIS HAS GOT SOME AGE TO IT.

THAT'S GONNA BEA LITTLE SKUNKY.

THAT WAS DISGUSTING.

- DON'T DRINK THAT.IT'S BAD.

WHAT DO WE GOT,WHAT DO WE GOT?

- LOOK AT THAT.- SCORE!

IF THIS THING RUNS,WE'RE IN THE MONEY.

- THIS IS SOMETHING SPECIAL.

THIS IS ABOUT 150 YEARS OLD.

- CAROLYN!YOU'RE GONNA WANT TO SEE THIS.

- I'M MORE NERVOUSTHAN YOU RIGHT NOW.

- WOW.- IS IT PRETTY PAINFUL?

- GAH!- WHAT'S THIS THING WORTH?

- UPWARDS OF 7,000.- WOW.

- WHOO![engines revving]

- OH, MY GOD.

DUDE!- OOH.

- SCORE!

THIS IS SICK.

IT'S A LITTLE SCOOTER.

A HUSKY.- A HUSKY?

IT'S A CUSHMAN.- OH, MY GOD.

- THEY MADE MOTORCYCLES,

DIDN'T THEY?- YEAH.

- DUDE, THIS IS A BEAUT.LOOK AT THE COLOR.

NOT MILITARY GREEN, LIKEYOU'D EXPECT HERE IN HAWAII,

BUT BRIGHT LIME GREEN.

THIS THING JUST SAYS, "FUN."

- I COULD SEE THIS BEING USEDON ONE OF THE MILITARY BASES.

STRAP ON A MAILBOX TO THE BACK,

AND DO YOUR DELIVERIESON THIS BAD BOY.

- YEAH. YOU KNOW, YOU'RE RIGHTON THE BOTTOM OF THAT.

- THERE'S A WEIGHT LIMIT,AND I'M EXCEEDING IT GREATLY.

- [laughs]

IT'S THE HARLEY-DAVIDSONOF SCOOTERS.

WHAT DO YOU GOTTO SAY ABOUT THIS, YOUNG LADY?

- THAT'S THE PERFECTHAWAII CRUISER.

- WHY DON'T YOU STARTWITH "CUSHMAN HUSKY."

THERE'S PROBABLY A GROUPOF ENTHUSIASTS THAT HAVE A CLUB.

IF YOU FIND SOMETHINGLIKE THAT ON THE INTERNET,

THIS THING COULDSELL REALLY FAST.

- ALL RIGHT,I'LL SEE WHAT I CAN FIND.

- THAT IS PRETTY COOL.

- WHILE CAROLYN TRIESTO LOCATE A BUYER

FOR THE VINTAGE SCOOTER,WE'RE GONNA GET DIGGING

ON THAT SECOND UNIT.

ALL RIGHT.HYDROPONICS.

IT'S FOR GROWING MARIJUANA,IS WHAT I WAS AFRAID, RIGHT?

BUT, NO, YOU CAN GROW ANYTHING.

YOU CAN GROW BEAUTIFUL TOMATOESINDOORS WITH THIS STUFF.

- YES, YOU CAN.- AND IN THE FUTURE,

WHEN RADIOACTIVITYIS RAINING DOWN ON US,

THIS IS HOW WE'RE GONNA SURVIVE.PRETTY COOL.

I SAY WE PULL IT ALL OUTAND SEE IF WE HAVE EVERYTHING.

COULD BE A QUICK SALEIF WE'VE GOT IT.

- LET'S DO IT.

- SEED TRAYS. THAT'STO GET YOUR SEEDS STARTED.

RIGHT?- YES, IT IS.

- AND THEY CAN BEABOUT 100 BUCKS APIECE,

AND WE GOT SEVERAL OF THEM.

LIGHTING, DIGITAL BALLAST.

- [laughs]- THIS POWERS THE LAMPS, RIGHT?

- YES. THEY'RE EXPENSIVE.

300 USED.- NICE.

- OH, DUDE.A GROW TENT!

IT'S A COMPLETE TENT SYSTEM

THAT REGULATESLIGHT, DARK, HOT, AND COLD.

THIS IS AN EXPENSIVE PIECE.THIS IS OVER A GRAND.

- WOW. SO WE HAVE AN ENTIREGROWING OPERATION HERE.

- YES. THIS, TO THE RIGHT BUYER,WILL SELL IN HOURS.

- WE GOTTA SEE IF THISIS ALL HERE.

CAROLYN, WHY DON'TYOU SET THIS UP

WHILE WE GET BACK TO DIGGING?- ALL RIGHT.

- AWESOME.

- OOH.- OH!

- OH, MAN.

IT'S A LITTLE BACKPACK.

- OH, MY GOD.IT'S A CONCH SHELL.

EVERYBODY WANTS THISWHEN YOU GO TO HAWAII.

[conch sounding weakly]

YOU GO AHEAD AND TRY.

[conch sounding loudly]

YOU KNOW WHAT?

KEEP IT THEN'CAUSE I NEVER WANT

TO SEE THIS STUPID THING AGAIN.

- [laughs]

ALLEN.- YEAH?

- WE GOT SOMETHING HERE.

THEY HAD--OH, MY GOD!- WHAT IS IT?

- IT'S FOR TATTOOING.

THIS IS FOR WHATTHEY CALL TAPPING.

THEY GRAB IT LIKE THIS,PUT IT ON TOP,

AND SMACK THE BACK.- NO! YOU'RE KIDDING.

IT'S A TATTOO MACHINETHAT'S MANUALLY POWERED.

- THIS IS THE ORIGINALTATTOO MACHINE.

- I'M SURPRISED YOU HAVEN'THAD THIS DONE YET.

- IF IT'S THE REAL THING,

THIS IS A TRIBAL ARTIFACT.

- WE MADE OUR MONEY BACKWITH THE HYDROPONICS STUFF.

THIS IS THE GRAVY.

- THIS IS STUFFI WANT TO LEARN ABOUT.

- YOU GOT YOURSELF

THE PERFECT LITTLE HOUSE.

- PRETTY NICE, RIGHT?

- IT LOOKS LIKE NEW.

IN TWO HOURS, YOU TURNED

SOMETHING WE WOULD HAVE DUMPEDFOR 500 BUCKS,

HOPING ALL THE PARTS WERE THERE,

NOW WE'RE GONNA DUMPFOR 1,500 BUCKS.

- SWEET.- LOVE IT.

- COOL.

HEY.- WHAT'S UP?

- YOU WANNA BREAK THAT DOWN,SO WE CAN GET IT IN THE TRUCK?

SORRY.

- YOU KNOW, I WASN'T SOLDON THIS WHOLE ASSISTANT THING,

BUT I'M STARTINGTO COME AROUND.

- I CAN HEAR YOU!

- NEXT, CAROLYN HAS ARRANGEDFOR US TO MEET WITH DAN.

HE'S THE GENERAL MANAGER

OF ONE OF OAHU'SLARGEST MOTORCYCLE SHOPS,

AND HE'S AN AVID COLLECTOROF VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES.

- WE'RE HOPING HE TAKES A SHINETO OUR MEAN, GREEN CUSHMAN.

- IT'S A NICE LITTLE NUGGETYOU GOT THERE.

IT APPEARS TO BEA CUSHMAN '53 EAGLE,

ONE OF THE VERY FIRST VARIATIONSOF THE SCOOTER.

UM--- EAGLE, NOT A HUSKY.

- IT HAS THE NICKNAMEOF THE HUSKY

BECAUSE THEY'RE ALL BUILTIN LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.

- WOW.

- THEY WANTEDTO COPY THE ICONIC SHAPES

OF THE INDIANAND THE HARLEY AT THE TIME.

IT'S WITH THE SPRINGER SEAT,

SPRINGER FRONT END,EVEN WITH THE BIG GAS TANK,

YOU KNOW,LIKE THE BIG BULLET.

SOMETHING YOU DON'TSEE EVERY DAY.

IT'S GOT SOME GREAT HISTORY.

DURING WORLD WAR II,THEY RENAMED IT

THE CUSHMAN AIRBORNE

'CAUSE THEY ACTUALLYPARACHUTED IT

BEHIND LINES WITHTHE AIRBORNE DIVISIONS, SO--

- THERE'S A PARACHUTETHAT WOULD DROP THIS BIKE?

- YEAH. BEATS THE HECKOUT OF PARACHUTING IN

AND HAVING TO MARCH 30 MILES.

- IN TON'S MOVIETHAT RUNS IN HIS HEAD,

HE IS PARACHUTING INTO PLACESON--ON MOTORCYCLES.

- WHOO-HOO! WHEE![laughs]

- WHAT'S THIS THING WORTH?- IF THE BIKE WAS PERFECT,

IT COULD BE WORTH UPWARDSOF $7,000.

- WOW.- IF I WAS GONNA SELL IT,

I GOTTA GO THROUGHTHE FUEL SYSTEM.

FOR SURE, I GOTTA PROBABLYREBUILD THE CARBURETOR.

I THINK WE'RE CLOSER TO,LIKE, THE 4 GRAND RANGE.

- YOU GOT ANOTHER CUSHMANIN HERE?

- WE'RE COMPLETELY SOLD OUT.

WAS THERE FUEL IN IT?- NO, THERE WASN'T.

WE JUST ADDEDABOUT 1/2 GALLON OF NEW FUEL.

- WHAT DO YOU SAY WE, UH,

SEE IF SHE STARTS?- DO IT!

- CROSS YOUR FINGERS, GUYS.COME ON!

- THIS IS SOMETHING SPECIAL.

- IS THIS SOMETHINGYOU WOULD LIKE TO OWN?

- THIS WOULD BE ABOVEMY PAY SCALE.

- AH. GAH!

- YOU'RE THIS MUCH CLOSERTO A MAI TAI, MY FRIEND.

- THAT'S A NO.

- WHOO![engines revving]

- WHAT DO YOU SAY WE, UH,SEE IF SHE STARTS?

CROSS YOUR FINGERS.

HERE WE GO.

[click, click]

I DON'T HEAR ANY SPARK.- OH, DUDE.

- TRY IT ONE MORE TIME HERE.

[click]HMM.

THIS DOESN'T SOUND GOOD.

[engine turns over]OH!

WOW.ALL RIGHT.

SO SHE STARTS.

NOW WE GOTTA KNOWIF SHE ROLLS.

WHAT DO YOU SAYWE TAKE IT FOR A PUTT?

- YEAH! I'M GONNA NEEDYOUR LICENSE THOUGH.

- I GOT A FEW BIKES.WHY DON'T YOU GUYS COME WITH ME?

- I WANT THAT ONE.- NOT THE HARLEYS.

I GOT A COUPLEOF NICE SCOOTERS FOR Y'ALL.

[engines revving]- ALL RIGHT!

- SWEET!- [laughs]

- OH, MY GOD.

THIS IS NOTHING BUT FUN, BUDDY.- YEAH!

[engines revving]YEAH, BABY! ALL RIGHT!

- [laughs]- WHOO!

- IT RUNS.IT'S COOL.

I'D BE LYINGIF I SAID I DIDN'T LIKE IT.

HOW ABOUT 3 GRAND?

- THAT'S A NO.

6 GRAND.

- HOW ABOUT MEET MEIN THE MIDDLE,

SOMEWHERE AROUND 4,200?

- YOU LOVE THIS BIKE.

4,800 BUCKS.

- I GOT GREEN.

$4,500.

YOU'RE THIS MUCH CLOSERTO A MAI TAI, MY FRIEND.

- WE GOT A LITTLE TIMEON THE ISLAND.

WHAT'S OUR BIG RUSHTO SELL IT?

- YOU KNOW WHAT?

I LOVE IT.

4,800.- THANK YOU.

- THANKS FOR THE RIDE.- A PLEASURE.

- YOU REALIZE, PEOPLE PAY BIGMONEY FOR THE TOUR WE JUST HAD.

- BUT WE'RE WALKING AWAYWITH NEARLY 5 GRAND.

I LOVE OUR JOB.

NEXT, MY BOYS BACKON THE MAINLAND

WERE ABLE TO PUT US IN TOUCH

WITH A LOCAL TATTOO ARTISTNAMED KEONE,

WHO STILL PRACTICES THE ART OFTRADITIONAL POLYNESIAN TATTOO.

- WOW, THIS IS COOL.THIS IS A...

OLD FILIPINO TATTOO TOOL.

- HOW'D YOU KNOWIT WAS FROM THE PHILIPPINES?

- IT'S MADEOUT OF WATER BUFFALO HORN

FOR THE HANDLE.- OH, WOW.

- AND CITRUS THORNFOR THE NEEDLE.

- COOL.

- THEY ACTUALLY USEDTHE SAME TECHNIQUE

AS WE DO IN THE PACIFIC.

IT'S A TAPPING TECHNIQUE,

TO HIT LIKE THIS.

AND THAT WORD, "TATTOO,"

COME FROM A POLYNESIAN WORD TATAU.

TATAU MEANS"TO PLACE UPON AND STRIKE."

- MM.- YEAH.

- WHAT'S THIS THING WORTH?

- LIKE, $250 TO $500.

- THAT'S AWESOME.- WOW.

- LET'S SEE WHAT'S IN HERE.

OH, WOW.

THIS IS SOMETHING SPECIAL.

THIS ISA HAWAIIAN TATTOO NEEDLE.

IT'S MAOLI,WHICH IS ALBATROSS.

IT'S A SEABIRD BONE,

AND THE STYLE IS VERY,VERY OLD,

SO I WOULD SAYTHAT THIS IS 60

TO MAYBEABOUT 150 YEARS OLD.

- WOW.- WOW.

- SHARP ENOUGH TO USE.- IS IT VALUABLE?

- THIS ISAT LEAST WORTH 5,000.

THERE'S JUST A HANDFUL OF TOOLSTHAT ARE IN EXISTENCE

THAT I KNOW OF

THAT YOU COULDACTUALLY TATTOO WITH.

- WOW.

- IS THIS SOMETHING, THEN,

THAT YOU WOULD ACTUALLYLIKE TO OWN?

YOU KNOW WHAT?

TO ME, SOMETHING LIKE THISIS PRICELESS.

AND THIS WOULD BE ABOVEMY PAY SCALE ANYWAY,

EVEN TO OFFER,

BUT HAWAIIANS MADE THINGSTO DO WORK.

IF YOU EVER WANT ANYBODYTO TATTOO YOU,

TO USE ITFOR WHAT IT'S MADE FOR,

YOU GOT THE RIGHT PERSON.

- MM.

WE MADE A LOT OF MONEYOFF THAT UNIT

WITH THE HYDROPONICSAND EVERYTHING ELSE.

- AND I LIKE MONEY,BUT I DON'T LIKE THE IDEA OF US

TAKING THAT OFF THE ISLAND.

- YEAH, AND I'D MUCH RATHER SEEIT IN THE HANDS OF TRADITION.

AGREED?- YEAH.

SO TON AND I WEREJUST THINKING THAT

THE GUY WHO MADE THAT

WOULDN'T HAVE MADE ITFOR SALE, EVER.

IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MEANTTO BE

PASSED ON TO SOMEONE.- YEAH.

- IT SURE LOOKS RIGHT SITTINGIN FRONT OF YOU, SO...

WE WANT YOU TO HAVE IT.

- REALLY?- YEAH. PROTECT THAT STUFF.

- OH, IT WOULD BE MY HONOR,

AND I WOULD BE HONOREDTO TATTOO WITH IT.

I'D LIKE TO TATTOO YOU.

- WOW.

- IF YOU ALLOW ME THAT.- [whispers] YEAH.

- CAROLYN,YOU'RE GONNA WANT

TO SEE THIS!

TON'S GETTING A TATTOO.

- I KNOW YOU'VE GOTA LOT OF TATTOOS.

THIS IS GONNA BE DIFFERENT.- I'M READY FOR THIS.

- GREAT.

- I'M MORE NERVOUSTHAN YOU RIGHT NOW.

[tapping]

- THERE GOESYOUR HAND MODELING CAREER.

- IS IT PRETTY PAINFUL?

- IT'S A LOT DIFFERENT

THAN ANY OTHER TATTOOI'VE EVER HAD.

[tapping]

- IF YOU GET TIRED,

I COULD TAKE A FEW WHACKS.- [laughs]

WELL DONE, TON.

WHY DON'T YOU TAKEA LOOK AT IT?

- WOW.

THANK YOU BOTH.- THANK YOU.

YOU ALLOWED US TO USE THIS,

TO BRING IT BACK HOMEWHERE IT BELONGS.

- RIGHT ON, BROTHER.

- WELL,THE LOCALS DIDN'T EXACTLY

WELCOME US WITH OPEN ARMS,BUT IN THE END,

KAILUA TREATED US GREAT.

WE DONATED OUR ANTIQUEPOLYNESIAN TATTOO EQUIPMENT.

OUR VINTAGE MOTOR SCOOTERSOLD FOR $4,800,

AND THE HYDROPONIC SYSTEM

AND THE REST OF THE ITEMSWE FOUND

WENT FOR A TOTALOF 4,352 BUCKS.

WE SPENT $1,925ON THE TWO UNITS

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR 9,152 BUCKS

FOR A TOTAL PROFIT OF $7,227.

WE JUST MADE 7 GRAND.

WHAT DO YOU SAYWE GO HANG TEN?

- I WANNA SAVE GRAVITYTHE TROUBLE

AND JUST HANG OUTIN THE OCEAN.

- ALL RIGHT!

- [laughs]

ALOHA!

- WHOO!- HERE WE GO!

AAH!

- [screams]- [laughs]

- [laughs]

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