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A tough battle in Worcester, MA yields the guys a WW2 Stuart M3 tank barrel, and heavy duty tank treads.

- ONE MILE TO WORCESTER.

LET'S GET SOME!- [laughs]

- TODAY, WE'RE INWORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS.

HE'S THE BULLY HERE, HUH?- OH, YEAH. OH, YEAH.

- HOW ABOUT $2,000 AND GO?

- YUP!

- FAIR WARNING...SOLD!

- WOW. MY GOD.

- HO-O-OLY [bleep].

[laughing] OH, YEAH!

THIS IS BADASS.

- OH!WE HAVE AN ENTIRE RESTAURANT.

- OH! IS THERESOMETHING DEAD IN THERE?

DEAR GOD.- OH!

- THIS IS WORTH 15,000.

- 21.- YOU'RE WAY OFF.

- [scoffs]

ARE YOU READY?

- I GOT THE GUNS.

THREE...TWO...ONE.

- [auctioneering fast-talk]

- 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 COUNTRY,

BUYING STORAGE UNITS.

- AND WE'RETHE BEST IN THE BUSINESS.

- WHEN THE DOOR GOES UP...

- THIS IS COOL.- WE HAVE SECONDS

TO DETERMINE THE VALUE...- FOUR BUYS IT.

- MAKE A BID.- SEVEN!

- AND WIN THE AUCTION.- TEN, 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?

[cash register bell]- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- ONE MILE...TO WORCESTER.

[heavy rock music]

- WORST--ERRR.

THAT'S JUST A WEIRD WORD.

- ALL RIGHT, TRY THIS,

WOO!- WOO.

- STUH.

- STER.- AHH!

- [laughs]- THERE'S NO HELPING YOU, SIR.

WORCESTER PLAYED A HUGE ROLEIN BOTH THE AMERICAN

AND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONS.

SO WE'RE HOPING TO FIND ANYTHINGFROM COLONIAL ANTIQUES

TO OLD MACHINERY.

YOU KNOW, IT'S SORT OFTHE WORKING MAN'S TOWN.

THEY HAVE AUCTIONSONLY EVERY FEW MONTHS.

AND THE LAST TWO AUCTIONS,

SOMEBODY SCORED BIG.SO...

LET'S GET SOME!

LOOK AT THESE GUYS.

- WHEN WE'RE IN A NEW CITY,WE TRY TO GATHER AS MUCH INFO

FROM THE LOCALS AS WE CAN

[indistinct greetings]

- ANYBODY THAT'S GONNA BEA PROBLEM HERE?

NOW, INTERESTING.HE'S THE BULLY HERE, HUH?

- OH, YEAH.

- KNOWING YOUR COMPETITIONIS EVERYTHING AT AUCTIONS.

BUT ESPECIALLYWHEN WE'RE THE OUTSIDERS.

- GATHER 'ROUND,GATHER 'ROUND, PLEASE.

I DON'T DO, "GOING ONCE,GOING TWICE, SOLD."

"FAIR WARNING,"THAT'S THE END OF THE AUCTION.

DON'T TIE ME TO THE END, PLEASE.IT'S GONNA GO VERY QUICK.

- TODAY THERE'SFOUR UNITS UP FOR AUCTION,

AND OVER 40 PEOPLE HERE.

WE GOTTA STAYON OUR TOES TODAY.

- OKAY? JUST GET A GOOD LOOKAND MOVE DOWN.

- GET A GOOD LOOK, FOLKS,GET A GOOD LOOK.

- OKAY.

- WHEN AN AUCTIONEER SAYSHE'S GOT A BID ON THE SHELF,

IT MEANS HE'S GOT AN OPENING BIDBEFORE THE AUCTION'S EVEN BEGUN.

- WHAT'S YOUR HIGHEST BIDSO FAR?

- $1,050.THEY'RE BEING

VERY AGGRESSIVE TODAY.- 1,200.

- OKAY, YOU GOT IT,I'LL PUT YOU ON THE SHELF,

WE'LL SEE WHERE IT ROLLS.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.

I GOT $1,200 TO GO.

- 13.- I GOT 13.

WE'LL SEE WHERE THIS IS GOIN'.

- THIS BIDDING WARIS STARTING EARLY,

AND THE FLY ISCOMIN' ON STRONG.

- OKAY, LISTEN UP!

TOTAL $1,500, WELL?

$1,500, AND $1,550.

$1,550, AND $1,600, SIR?

IS THERE ANY ADVANCE?

- YUP.RIGHT HERE.

- $1,600.ARE YOU HAVING $1,650?

AND $1,700.

$1,700 TO YOU, SIR.

ARE YOU IN OR OUT?- IN.

- $1,700.ARE YOU HAVING $1,750?

$1,750, AND THEN $1,800.

ARE YOU IN?

$1,800 AND $1,900.

$1,900, WELL?

ANY ADVANCE?

FROM $1,800?

- YUP!

- $1,900.

- WE'VE SEEN THIS TACTIC BEFORE.

THE FLY IS TRYING TOSET THE TONE FOR THE WHOLE DAY.

- HOW ABOUT A $2,000 AND GO?

- BUT WE'RE NOT GONNA LET HIMPUSH US OVER OUR LIMIT.

- $2,000 AND GO?$2,000 AND GO?

- DO IT.- OKAY.

- $2,100, WELL?

ANY ADVANCE?

- YUP!- $2,200.

IN OR OUT?- OUT.

- FAIR WARNING...

SOLD!$2,100.

- WELL, THE FLYGOT AWAY WITH THAT ONE.

HE'S PLAYIN' THIS THINGLIKE A PRO.

HE'S DEFINITELY GOTOUR ATTENTION.

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- [coughs]

- IT GOES ALL THE WAYTO THE WALL.

ALL, UH, OVER HERE,OVER HERE.

- HOW 'BOUT EIGHT?

- WE LIKE THIS UNIT.

AND WITH JUSTTHREE UNITS LEFT,

WE NEED TO WIN,TO SHOW THE FLY

WE'RE NOT GETTIN'MUSCLED OUT.

- OKAY, LISTEN UP!UNIT NUMBER 1026, 1026.

- $300?

HAVE A $300.AND $325, NOW.

$325, WHERE?

$325.$350, AND $350.

AND $375.$375, AND $400

- DONE IT.- $400.

BID $425,AND $450.

$450, $450, AND WELL!

ANY ADVANCE?

- YUP!

- $450, BID $475.$475, AND $500.

- YUP.- $500 HERE, $525

$525, AND $550.

- YUP!

- $600.- $625, AND UP!

ANY ADVANCE,FROM $600?

FAIR WARNING!

SOLD!$600.

FIRST NAME?- TON.

THAT WAS A BIG WINAT A GREAT PRICE.

- WITH ONLY TWO MORE AUCTIONSTODAY, WE JUST SHOWED EVERYBODY

WE'RE NOT BACKIN' DOWN.

MY GOD.- HEY, COOL.

- WOW.

WE SEE A TURN-OF-THE-CENTURYSAFE CABINET.

AND WE'VE SOLD THOSE IN THE PASTFOR BIG MONEY.

YOU'RE NOT GONNA CUTTHAT SAFE OPEN.

- NO.

- YOU RECOGNIZE THAT SAFEIS WORTH TWO GRAND.

- YEAH.

- UNIT NUMBER 1020.

HOW 'BOUT A $300 BILL?

HOW 'BOUT A $300 GO?

$300, GO. I GOT $300 HERE.$325.

$350.$350, AND $375,

AND GO.

IS THERE ANY ADVANCE?

- A GRAND.

- I CAN'T HEAR YOU.- $1,000.

- $1,000.

$1,025, WHERE? $1,025, WHERE?$1,025, WHERE?

IS THERE ANY ADVANCE?

FAIR WARNING!

SOLD! $1,000.- HO!

- CLOSE IT UP, PLEASE.SECURE IT.

- EVEN IF IT'S EMPTY,A GRAND IS A GREAT PRICE TO PAY

FOR THATTURN-OF-THE-CENTURY SAFE.

- WE KNOW WE CAN DOUBLEOUR MONEY AT THAT PRICE.

AND WE STILL HAVEONE UNIT TO GO.

- UNIT NUMBER 525,GET A GOOD LOOK.

- UGH.

- EW, WHAT'S THAT SMELL?

OOH! OOH.

- FILE CABINET,THAT'S 75 BUCKS.

- AND WE'LLDO THE BIDDING OUTSIDE.

- THANK GOD.

THIS UNIT LITERALLY STINKS.

AND THAT MIGHT TURN OFFSOME BIDDERS.

- BUT WE DO SEEVALUE IN THERE.

SO WE'RE GONNASET OUR LIMIT AT 300.

AND HOPEFULLY GRAB IT CHEAP.

- FOLKS,LAST UNIT OF THE DAY.

$100 BILL, $100 BILL,$100 BILL.

- YUP!

$100 HERE. $175?$175, $175, $175, AND $200.

HOW 'BOUT A $200 TO GO?$200 TO GO, $200 TO GO,

$200 TO GO, $200 TO GO!- YEAH.

$200 HERE. DO I HAVEA $225, WHERE? $225, WHERE?

- YUP!- $225!

$250. $250, AND GO?

$250. AND $275,NOW'S YOUR CHANCE. $275--

- YUP!- $275, $275?

ANY ADVANCE FROM $275?

FAIR WARNING!

SOLD!$275, COME THIS WAY, SIR.

- THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS.

- THE FLY WAS TOUGH EARLY ON,

BUT WE CAME BACK STRONG,

AND GRABBEDTHE LAST THREE UNITS OF THE DAY.

- WE'RE GONNA STARTWITH THE AIR HOCKEY UNIT,

AND SEE WHAT OTHER'70s TREASURES WE CAN FIND.

both: [grunting]

- IS IT IN THERE?

IT'S IN THERE!- [laughs]

WOW!

- THIS WOULD'VE BEEN

ONE OF THE EARLIESTAIR HOCKEY TABLES EVER.

AURORA 1974!

THIS PAPERWORK CONFIRMS IT.

WE COULD BE TALKING ABOUT300 BUCKS.

- I'M LOVIN' THIS.

- NOW I'M EXCITED!

WE CAN DONATE THIS,IT'S NOT IN HORRIBLE SHAPE.

UGH.- OW!

- SORRY.

TIME TO RETURN THE FAVOR, HUH?- [laughs]

- TOOLS!

TOOLS. TOOLS. TOOLS.

SOME OF THEM ANTIQUE.

TOLD YOU THIS WASA WORKING MAN'S TOWN.

- HO-O-LY CRAP.

ALLEN.

[grunts]- WHAT IS THAT?

WHO NEEDS THIS,A TUSCAN RAIDER?

- [chuckling] NO.THAT'S TRACK.

LIKE ON A SKID STEER,OR A BOBCAT,

MINI-TANKS.

- SO THIS ISWHAT RIDES OVER YOU.

- [laughs] I WAS HOPIN'THERE'D BE A FULL BELT.

THAT'D BEEN SOME MONEY.

BUT THESE COULD STILL BEWORTH SOMETHING.

- HEY. HEY, HEY!

WE GOT COMPANY.

WHAT DO WE GOT?- WHAT IS THAT?

- LET ME GET THE BIG STUFFOUT OF THE WAY REAL QUICK.

- WHAT DO YOU GOT THERE,BUDDY?

- [gasps]

HOLY [bleep]!

[laughing]HO HO, YEAH!

- WHAT IS THIS?- OH! NO WAY!

RIGHT HERE, WHAT'S IN MY HANDPAID FOR THE ROOM.

- OOH.

- IS THERE SOMETHING DEAD INTHERE?

DEAR GOD.- OH!

THAT'S DISGUSTING.

2,100.- YOU'RE WAY OFF.

- ARE YOU READY?- I GOT THE GUNS.

- HO HO HO HO HO!

- WHAT DO YOU GOT THERE, BUDDY?- [gasps]

HOLY [bleep]!

GAS MASK!

HO HO, YEAH![laughing]

- LET'S CLEAR SOME STUFF OUT.

- LOOK AT ALL THE ARMY GEAR!

- [laughs heartily]

- DUDE!

- LOOK AT HOW OLDTHIS JACKET IS.

- DUDE.- WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?

W.W. TWO THERE?- YEAH.

WORLD WAR TWO.[cash register bell]

[chortles]

THIS ISA VERY INTERESTING PIECE.

THIS WOULD BE, WHAT?VIETNAM, ALMOST.

- MIDDLE--THE END OF VIETNAM.- YEAH.

HEY, I GOT GOOD NEWS!- WHAT DO YOU GOT? [coughs]

- WHOO!- [laughs]

NICE!

- JUDGING BY THE HARDWARE, THISIS DEFINITELY PRE-CELL PHONE.

- I'D SAY THE LATE '70s,EARLY '80s.

- WHAT IS THIS?

- OH! NO WAY!

- [grunting]OH, DEAR GOD!

WHOA! DUDE!

THAT'S A TANK BARREL.

- YOU GRAB THE SKINNY END.

OH, IT'S ARMY GREEN!

THIS IS SOLID STEEL,THIS IS NOT IRON.

- OH, LOOK AT THAT RIFLING.- LIKE A JAMES BOND FILM.

YOU PUT A SHELL IN,

AND IT RIFLESDOWN THAT BARREL,

COMING OUT SCREAMIN',AND DECIMATES A TARGET.

THIS WAS MADETO TAKE OUT VEHICLES.

BUILDINGS.

THIS IS BADASS.

- [laughs]- I LOVE THIS.

[laughs]

- WELL, WE NEVER FOUNDTANK PARTS BEFORE IN A UNIT.

SO WE DON'T KNOWWHAT THEY'RE WORTH.

BUT WE DO KNOW THAT THERE ISA BUYER OUT THERE

FOR EVERY ITEM.

AND HERE WE ARE.

OH.- YUM!

OH, DEAR GOD.- I'M GOIN' IN.

OH!- DUDE!

IS THERESOMETHING DEAD IN THERE?

- [laughs]

YOU JUST DON'T DO SMELLSVERY WELL.

WHICH IS INTERESTING,'CAUSE YOU CREATE A LOT OF THEM.

both: [laughing]

- THESE ARE PRETTY COOL,OLD VINTAGE CHAIRS, MAN.

- RESTAURANT STYLE.- YEAH, EXACTLY. I LIKE THAT.

OH! KNIVES.

- MONTANA KNIFE.

WOW. RIGHT HERE, WHAT'SIN MY HAND PAID FOR THE ROOM.

- ALL RIGHT.

YEAH. I THINK WE--I THINKWE CAN PUT THOSE BACK NOW.

I GOT A HEAVY ONE.

- WHAT DO YOU GOT?

THAT'S AN INDUSTRIALMEAT SLICER.

HOLY CRAP!- WOW. NOW WE'RE TALKING.

DUDE!WE HAVE AN ENTIRE RESTAURANT.

START-UP RESTAURANTSARE ALWAYS LOOKING

FOR SECOND-HAND EQUIPMENT.

THIS UNIT IS STARTIN'TO SMELL LIKE MONEY.

- [choking] OH!- OH, DUDE.

- SOMETHING'S VERY STINKYIN HERE, DUDE.

- UGH, GOD.

OH.

- PEPPERONI!

HOW OLD IS THIS?- THIS ISN'T--

- YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BESTORING FOOD--

WHAT?

- HERE.

- SO PEOPLE ARE AGING CHEESEIN A STORAGE UNIT?

WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?

- OH, DEAR GOD.THAT'S NOT WHAT SMELLS.

- USE BY JUNE 7, NOT--

OH!

THAT'S DISGUSTING!

[laughing]OH! IT'S REALLY OLD!

THAT'S WHY WE GOTTHIS ROOM SO CHEAP.

WELL, I'M ACTUALLY HAPPYTHAT IT WAS JUST ROTTEN CHEESE.

IT COULD'VE BEEN A LOT WORSE.

UNITS LIKE THIS REMIND USTO USE OUR EYES

TO APPRAISE THE UNIT.

NOT OUR NOSE.

- THIS SMELL, TOO?

- [gagging] OH!

- [laughs]

WE MORE THANDOUBLED OUR MONEY

AND DIDN'T EVEN NEED TOBREAK OUT THE GAS MASK.

- OH!

WE GOTTA GET THIS THINGOUTTA HERE AND TAKE A LOOK.

- HOW HEAVY IS THIS THING?

- YOU'RE ABOUT TO FIND OUT,IT'S COMIN' RIGHT AT YOU.

- WHOA! [bleep]!

- THAT COULD'VE WENTA LOT WORSE.

MOMENT OF TRUTH.

IN THE EARLY 1900s,

SAFES LIKE THIS WERE USEDIN FACTORIES AND OFFICES,

ALL OVER WORCESTER,MASSACHUSETTS,

TO STORE VALUABLES AND CASH.

- AW, COME ON.

OH!- WHOA!

- [laughs]

- LOOK AT THAT!

CHEWING TOBACCO, RIGHT?

both: O-O-OH!

- WE HAVESOME VINTAGE LETTERS HERE.

- CHECK IT OUT.- I LOVE IT.

- WHAT ELSE IS IN HERE?both: O-O-OH!

- LOOK AT THAT CIGAR CASE.- IT'S HEAVY.

OH! THAT ONE'S COOL, TOO.RED SNAPPER CIGARS.

- JUST THE RESALEOF THE EMPTY CIGAR BOX

IS ABOUT 40 BUCKS.

BUT I WANT TO SEEWHAT'S IN THAT BOX.

- THIS IS CHERRY,IT LOOKS LIKE TO MY EYE.

WE HAVE A PATENT DATEOF JULY FIRST, 1890!

- HOLY CRAP.

DUDE!

WE HAVE A KEY.

- THAT DOUBLES THE VALUE.- THAT...IS AWESOME.

- FINDING A KEY WITHAN ANTIQUE IS RARE.

IT'S USUALLY ONE OFTHE FIRST THINGS THAT GETS LOST,

AND IT'S THE FIRST THING THATA BUYER'S GONNA LOOK FOR.

OH, LOOK AT IT.IT'S A HUMIDOR.

- CIGARS, YOU GOTTA KEEP 'EMHUMID, OF COURSE,

SO THEY DON'T DRY OUT,LIKE THEY ARE IN HERE.

AND IF YOU DON'T--

- THAT'S WHAT HAPPENS. MAN,YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE THE LEAF.

- THAT ISTHE BROAD LEAF TOBACCO.

- OH, MY GOD.

WHO WOULD SMOKEA VINTAGE CIGAR?

- IT'S STILL GOOD.

[cuban music]

- [laughs]

- I LOVE ITWHEN A PLAN COMES TOGETHER.

- WE ALREADY KNOWWE'RE GONNA MAKE BANK

ON THE ANTIQUE SAFE.

BUT TO HELP SELL THE CONTENTS,

WE TRACKED DOWNA LOCAL CIGAR AFICIONADO.

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- HEY, GUYS.- ARE YOU DAVID?

- DAVID HERE.- THEY SAID YOU WERE DOWN HERE.

- WELCOME TO STANZA DEI SIGARI.

- DAVID IS A GOOD FELLA.AND A CIGAR EXPERT.

WE'RE HOPIN'HE'S GONNA LIGHT UP,

WHEN HE SEESWHAT WE BROUGHT HIM.

- THIS IS A VERY UNIQUE LIGHTER.

THIS WAS MADE ASAN ADVERTISEMENT PIECE

FOR THE LECTURA GALIANO,

MADE IN ITALY,

CIRCA 1970.NICE PIECE.

WE HAVE THE RED SNAPPER CIGAR.IN THE OLD DAYS THEY HAD...

YOU KNOW, THEY MADEEVERYTHING OUT OF WOOD.

BEAUTIFUL GRAPHIC. WOW.

- NINE TIMES OUT OF TEN,WHEN WE COME ACROSS BOXES,

THEY WERE USEDIN GRANDPA'S WOODSHOP.

AND IT WOULD HAVE, LIKE,YOU KNOW, THE SIZE OF A SCREW,

OR SOMETHING, WRITTEN ON IT.- EXACTLY RIGHT.

WHICH DIMINISHES THE PRICE.

YEAH, USUAL--YEAH.- DRIVES YOU CRAZY, RIGHT?

WHAT'S SOMETHINGLIKE THIS WORTH?

- I'D SAY 125 TO 150.

- OH! OKAY.- YEAH.

- WE ALSO HAVEAN ACE IN THE HOLE.

- WELL, LET'S HEARTHE ACE IN THE HOLE.

OOH, WAIT A MINUTE.

THEY DON'T MAKE HUMIDORSLIKE THIS ANYMORE.

- WHAT'S SOMETHINGLIKE THAT WORTH?

- WELL,THE CONDITION THAT IT'S IN NOW,

PROBABLY AROUND $700.

- OOH.

NOW, YOU HOLD ON A SECOND,MISTER.

THAT'S FROM 1890.

IT'S GOTTA BE WORTHMORE THAN THAT.

- WELL, I'VE BEEN COLLECTINGOVER 30 YEARS,

AND SOMETHING IN THIS CONDITION

I'LL OFFER YOU 800.

- THANK YOU.

- BUT NO THANK YOU.

- IF IT'S A LIVE BARREL,

15,000.

YOU'RE NOT GETTIN' THAT HERE.

- [laughs]- WHOO!

- YOU READY FOR THIS?- THREE..

TWO...ONE.

YEAH!

- WELL, I'VE BEEN COLLECTINGOVER 30 YEARS,

AND SOMETHING IN THISCONDITION--

I'LL OFFER YOU 800.

- THANK YOU.

- BUT NO THANK YOU.

WOULD IT MAKE A DIFFERENCEIF WE HAD A KEY?

- IF YOU HAD THE ORIGINAL KEYTO THIS BOX,

IT WOULD BRING THE VALUEUP A LITTLE.

- WOULD IT LOOKSOMETHING LIKE THIS?

- HE HAS THE KEY!NO, LET ME--

- [laughs]

- LET ME SEE.WHOA.

THE SPINE LOOKS LIKEIT'S IN GOOD CONDITION.

LOOK AT THE WORKMANSHIP ON THIS.THAT'S ALL BRASS.

THIS LOOKS LIKE TIGER WOOD.

BEAUTIFUL LINES TO IT,IT'S ALL INLAID,

METAL ON SILVER.

OUTSTANDING.

- LET'S SEE IF WE CAN MAKE ITA LITTLE BETTER DEAL,

FOR THE WHOLE PACKAGE.

- THE WHOLE LOT?- THE WHOLE LOT.

- 1,400.

- [scoffs].

WELL,YOU'RE A WHOLE LOT OFF.

- 25.

- 15.

- CLOSE.

21.

- 18.

WHY DON'T YOU SAY 2,000,

AND YOUR BEST CIGARFOR MY BUDDY.

- 1,900. AND I'LL THROW INTHE CIGAR FOR...MY PAL.

- DEAL.

- DEAL.- [laughs]

- THANK YOU.- THANK YOU. IT WAS GREAT

DOIN' BUSINESS WITH YOU.- I LOVE IT..

- 1,900 BUCKSFOR THOSE CIGAR COLLECTIBLES.

THAT'S PRETTY NICE.

YOU MIGHT SAY, IT WAS AN OFFERWE COULDN'T REFUSE.

- NEXT WE GOTTA FIND A HOMEFOR OUR MILITARY GEAR.

SO WE TRACKED DOWNAN ARMY EXPERT.

- ANDY RESTORES ARMORED VEHICLESFOR PARADES, RE-ENACTMENTS,

AND MOVIES.

- HEY, GUYS, HOW YOU DOIN'?- HEY.

WE'RE HOPIN'THAT HE'S GONNA BE INTERESTED

IN SOME PIECES OF HISTORYLIKE THESE.

ANYTHING INTERESTING?

- UH, WHAT YOU GOT HEREIS JUST AN ENTRENCHING TOOL.

THIS IS PROBABLY '60s OR '70s,MAYBE EVEN '80s.

THIS LOOKS LIKE A 1970sTANKER HELMET.

THESE ARE A DIME A DOZEN- [groans]

- YOU GOT SURPLUS STORES.

TRACKS.

THOSE TRACKS COME OFF AN M-24CHAFFEE.

A WHOLE SET OF CHAFFEE TRACKS,

WHICH IS 150OF THOSE INDIVIDUAL BLOCKS,

IS WORTH...

15,000.

THESE BLOCKSARE IN FAIR CONDITION,

YOU KNOW, YOU'VE GOT FIVE,SIX BLOCKS THERE,

YOU CAN PROBABLY GET, YOU KNOW,200, 300 BUCKS FOR 'EM.

- AND NOW WE GOTTATALK ABOUT OUR FRIEND, HERE.

- WHAT YOU HAVE HERE ISA 37 MILLIMETER

WORLD WAR II BARREL.

THIS WAS MOUNTEDIN THE STUART SERIES OF TANKS,

AND IS A PIECE OFWORLD WAR TWO HISTORY.

- I'M LOVIN' IT.

- THE BIG ISSUEWITH SOMETHING LIKE THIS,

IS WHETHER OR NOTIT'S BEEN DEMILLED.

WHICH WOULD MEAN, AT SOME POINT,DID SOMEBODY TAKE A TORCH TO IT,

TO PREVENT ANY FIRING.

IF THIS IS A DEMILLED BARREL,

YOU'RE LOOKIN' ATABOUT 1,200 BUCKS.

IF IT'S A LIVE BARREL,

WE'RE TALKIN' 5 TO 7,000.

BUT THEY ARE RARE.

I'M GONNA BE CHECKINGTHE RIFLING,

TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE'SNO OBVIOUS SIGNS OF CUTS

FROM THE TORCH GOING THROUGH IT.

AND IT LOOKS LIKE...YOU GUYS...

ARE THE OWNERS OF...

A LIVE BARREL.

- YEAH! [laughs]- THIS IS REALLY NICE.

I'LL TELL YOU WHAT.

4,300 BUCKS FOR THE BARREL.

- MM-MMM.

- WHAT NUMBER ARE YOU THINKING?

- SEVEN GRAND.

- YOU'RE NOT GETTIN' THAT HERE.

JUST AS THIS IS A RARE BARREL,A BUYER IS RARE, AS WELL.

4,600, AND THAT'S IT.

- 55.

- WITH THE TRACKS, 4,800.

- [whispers]

- FIVE GRAND,

AND WE GET TO GO FIREONE OF THESE BAD BOYS

THAT YOU HAVE SITTIN'ON YOUR BACK LOT.

- THAT'S A DEAL.

- RIGHT ON!- THANK YOU, ANDY.

- THANKS, GUYS. THANK YOU.- AW, MAN!

- DUDE,THIS IS AMAZING.

WE'RE THE ONESTHAT GET TO FIRE A TANK,

AND HE'S PAYIN' US

FIVE Gs.

- OH, HO HO HO HO!- OH.

THIS IS AWESOME.

- YOU GOTTA BEKIDDING ME HERE.

- STEP UP.

I GOT THE GUNS!

- HERE WE GO, GUYS.

- [laughing]YEAH!

- OH, HO HO HO HO.

- I LOVE MY JOB.

MAN, I FEEL LIKE A LITTLE KID,RIGHT NOW.

A LITTLE KIDWITH A WHOLE LOT OF FIREPOWER.

- YOU READY FOR THIS?

- TARGET ACQUIRED.

- THREE...

TWO...ONE.

- HO HO HO HO HO!

- [growling] OH!- MY GOD!

YEAH!

OH, WOW!

- WHOO!

- YIKES.- OOH.

- WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?

- THAT WAS AWESOME. THANK YOU!- THANKS SO MUCH. THAT WAS GOOD.

- WORCESTERMAY BE HARD TO SAY,

BUT WE MADEA LOT OF EASY MONEY.

- WE SOLD THE TANK BARREL ANDMILITARY GEAR FOR FIVE GRAND.

- THE VINTAGE HUMIDOR AND CIGARCOLLECTIBLES WENT FOR $1,900.

WE SOLD THE ANTIQUE SAFEFOR 2,000 BUCKS.

AND EVERYTHING ELSESOLD FOR $1,550.

- WE SPENT A TOTAL OF $1,875ON THE THREE UNITS,

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR AN INCREDIBLE 10,450 BUCKS.

THAT'S A TOTAL PROFITOF $8,575.

- WE MAY HAVE BOUGHTA STINKY UNIT HERE IN WORCESTER,

BUT WE CAME OUTSMELLIN' LIKE ROSES.

- WELL,AT LEAST ONE OF US DID.

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