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Big Easy Money

Hot NOLA auction wins include two 1800s dueling pistols and a vintage airboat with a turbine engine.

- NEW ORLEANS, BUDDY!

- BAYOU COUNTRY!

- WOW.- WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

- HERE WE GO.ONE 1,800, NOW 1,900.

- THIS IS BAD NEWS.

- [auctioneering]- YEAH.

- HOW MANY YOU GONNABUY TODAY, HUH?

- HOW MANY YOU GONNA BUY?

- APPARENTLY NONE.

- 150.- SHE LOOKS DETERMINED.

- 800 NOW.- WE GOT HER.

OHH.

GNOME!WHOO HOO HOO HOO!

WHAT IS THAT?

- WHOA!

POOF.

LOOK AT THIS.- OHH!

- THIS WOULD BRING $15,000.

[gunshot]

[glass shatters]

[slaps]

- 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.

- AND $1,150.

- THESE AUCTIONS HAVE BECOMEBIG 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.

- AND 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...

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.

- NEW ORLEANS, BUDDY!

- WELCOME TO BAYOU COUNTRY!

- TODAY, WE'RE IN THE BIG EASY.

- AND WE'RE HUNTIN'FOR BIG MONEY.

- I LOVE NEW ORLEANS.YOU KNOW WHY?

IT'S ONE OF THE OLDEST CITIESIN AMERICA.

RICH IN HISTORY, THE MUSIC,THE FOOD, THE CULTURE.

HEY, IT'S A DIFFERENT WORLDDOWN HERE.

- TODAY,WE COULD FIND ANYTHING,

FROM EUROPEAN ANTIQUESTO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

- THIS ISN'T GONNA BEMARDI GRAS.

I HEAR SOME OF THESESTORAGE BUYERS

CAN GET PRETTY NASTY.

- I WANT TO MEETSOME SWAMP-BILLIES

AND SOME RAGIN' CAJUNS.

- WELL, LET'S HOPETHEY'RE NOT RAGIN'.

I DON'T LIKETHE RAGING ONES.

- CAJUN COUNTRY,HERE WE COME!

- OH, THEY'RE GONNA LOVE YOU.

WOW.

IF THESE ARE ALLSERIOUS AUCTION BUYERS,

WE'RE NOT GONNA GET A THING.

- WE'RE IN TROUBLE.

THIS BIG EASY CROWDIS PRETTY BIG.

- WE JUST NEED TO CONCENTRATEON WHAT WE SEE IN THE UNITS.

WE'LL BE ALL RIGHT.

- ALL RIGHT, EVERYBODY, IF I CANHAVE YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE.

TERMS OF THE SALE ARE CASHAND CASH ONLY.

IF YOU'RE THE WINNING BIDDER,CLEAN THE UNIT OUT COMPLETELY.

IF YOU DO NOT TAKE EVERYTHINGAND LEAVE TRASH BEHIND,

WE WILL NOT ALLOW YOU TO COMEBACK FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES.

ANY QUESTIONS?

I GUESS WE CAN GET IT ROLLING.- WHOO.

- WITH JUST FOUR UNITSUP FOR AUCTION TODAY,

A LOT OF THESE FOLKSARE GOING HOME DISAPPOINTED.

- OH, YOU'RE GONNA LOVETHIS ONE.

- THIS IS NOT '50s,THIS IS '60s.

- TELESCOPE.TWO GUITARS.

- [gasps]THERE'S SOME ANTIQUES IN HERE.

- THIS IS GOOD.

JUST THE COKE MACHINE ALONEIS $1,000.

- I'M LICKIN' MY CHOPSAT THAT COKE MACHINE.

- $1,200?- OKAY.

TRY NOT TO BE INVOLVED IN THIS FAST, RAPID BID.

- KEEP IT SLOW.- YEAH, KEEP IT SLOW.

- EXACTLY.- ALL RIGHT, GUYS.

EVERYBODY READY?HERE WE GO.

SOMEBODY TOLD ME 500.

500, NOW 600.- YEAH.

- WAS THAT 600? 800.NOW $1,000 BID.

1,000, NOW 1,200.

1,200.[auctioneering]

NOW 1,300.1,300...[auctioneering]

1,300, NOW 1,400.1,400...

- SO MUCH FOR KEEPING IT SLOW.

- 1,400. [auctioneering]NOW 1,500.

- YO!- NOW 1,600.

1,600, NOW 1,700.

1,700, NOW 1,800.

1,800...[auctioneering]

NOW 1,900.- ALL RIGHT, THIS IS BAD NEWS.

- YEAH.- 2,000 THERE, 2,000.

[auctioneering]$2,000 BILL.

2,000, EVERYBODY DONE?- CAT THAT ATE THE CANARY.

- LAST CALL.

SOLD.SO YOU'RE THE PROUD OWNER OF IT.

- [laughs][cheers and applause]

AND HIS NAME IS...- DAW, D-A-W.

- D-A-W.

- WELL, IT LOOKS LIKETHESE DEEP SOUTH BIDDERS

HAVE DEEP POCKETS.

- AT THAT PRICE,WE'RE HOPING DAW

IS DONE FOR THE DAY.

- HEY, WE CAN--WE NEED A...

- WASHER, STEREO.HOUSEHOLD STUFF.

- LOOKS LIKE A LOTOF APPLIANCES.

- HEY, BET YOU LIKE THIS.

GUN CASE.- OH.

HMM.[background chatter]

- NOTHING TO SEE HERE.

NOTHIN' TO SEE HERE.

- HEY, DUDE,THAT'S A RIFLE CASE.

WE SHOULD GRAB THIS ONE.

IT'S GONNA DEFINITELY COST USTO PLAY TODAY.

- WHAT DO YOU SAY I DROP 500?

- I'M THINKING HIGHER.

700?- OKAY, LET'S DO IT.

- EVERYBODY READY TO GO?

SOMEBODY TOLD ME 200.NOW 300. 300.

[auctioneering]300, 300 NOW.

400. 400 THERE.

NEED 400.NOW 50.

450. [auctioneering]450 WHERE?

450. [auctioneering]

500.[auctioneering]

$500 BILL.

500.[auctioneering]

500. 500, EVERYBODY.

- YEAH.- DONE.

525 NOW.[auctioneering]

- THIS GUY--HOW MANY ARE YOUGONNA BUY TODAY, ALL OF THEM?

- HOW MANY ARE YOUGONNA BUY?

- APPARENTLY NONE...

THE WAY YOU'RE GOING--YEAH!- 25, NOW 50.

[auctioneering]

- YEAH.- 550, NOW 75.

575, 575.- I MIGHT LET YOU HAVE IT.

- YOU COULD LEAVE IT.

YOU STARTEDWALKING THAT WAY.

- SURE.SORRY 'BOUT THAT.

- 600, 600, 600.

EVERYBODY DONE?

600, LAST CALL.

SOLD.

- THANK YOU.I GOT A UNIT FINALLY, YEAH.

575 FOR THAT UNITISN'T A BAD PRICE,

BUT ONLY IF THERE'SA GUN IN THAT CASE.

IT'S EMPTY.IT'S EMPTY.

OH, MAN.

- AW, IT'S EMPTY?

- IT FELT REALLY LIGHT.

- THIS WIN COULD BEA BIG LOSS.

- RIGHT, AND OURBATTLE WITH DAW

MAY HAVE PUT TARGETSON OUR BACKS.

SO, TON, TRY TO BLEND IN.

THAT'S GONNA GO TO, LIKE, ALMOSTEVERY EARLY '80s PICKUP TRUCK.

- RIGHT.- THAT'S 200 BUCKS.

THE DIAMOND TOOLBOXIS 200 BUCKS, USED.

AW, SHOOT, DUDE.

ALL THE TOOLS ARE HERE,LOOK AT 'EM.

- TOOLS ARE ALWAYSAN EASY SELL.

LET'S TAKE IT TO 800.

- OH, IT'S GONNA GO HIGHWITH THIS CROWD.

YEAH, BUT THE WAYIT'S GOING TODAY,

WE DON'T EXPECTAN EASY WIN.

- ALL RIGHT, GUYS,WHAT'S IT LOOK LIKE?

$100 BILL?

[auctioneering]$100 BILL.

100, 100,NOW 50.

150, 150.- WHO'S THIS?

- WHAT ABOUT 200,200, 200?

[auctioneering] 250--- YEAH.

- 250, WHAT ABOUT 300 NOW?

300 NOW, NOW 350.

350.[auctioneering]

350, WHAT ABOUT 400 NOW?400, NOW 50.

450 [auctioneering]- SHE'S DETERMINED.

- JUMP IT, DUDE.- YEAH.

- 500 [auctioneering].- 700.

- [auctioneering]- DID WE GET IT?

- 750 [auctioneering].- WE GOT IT.

- [auctioneering] 750.

- OH.- WHAT ABOUT 800 NOW?

800 NOW, 800 NOW.

800.[auctioneering]

LAST CALL.

- YOU GOT A RED TRUCK?

- I GOT A RED TRUCK.

- I KNEW IT.- SOLD.

[laughter]

[general clapping]

LET'S SEE WHAT'SIN THE DIAMOND TOOLBOX.

- EH, AIN'T THERE, BUD.

- WELL, LOOKS LIKE WE'RE NOTTHE ONLY ONES HAVING A BAD DAY.

- NO.

- LET ME HELP YOUWITH THAT.

I LIKED YOUR BUY.

- MINE'S BETTERTHAN YOURS.

YOU GET TO HAUL TRASH.

- SO MUCH FORSOUTHERN HOSPITALITY.

- SO FAR, THE BIG EASYHASN'T BEEN SO EASY,

AND THERE'S ONLYONE UNIT LEFT.

- A LOT OF TOOLS.

CAMPING STUFF.

- OH...

WATCH MY FLASHLIGHT.- WHAT'S THAT?

- TAIL LIGHT.

IS THERE ANOTHER?

OH, DUDE.THERE'S A TRAILER.

- OKAY.

- I SAY ALL THIS STUFF,EASILY $1,200.

- DUDE, YOU'RE HALF THEREWITH THE TRAILER.

LET'S GET IT.

WE'RE A LONG WAY FROM HOME,AND ALL WE'VE GOT

TO SHOW FOR ITIS A LIGHT GUN CASE.

- IT'S TIMETO GET AGGRESSIVE.

- ALL RIGHT, GUYS,SOMEBODY START ME OUT.

$100 BILL.

$100 BILL.100, 100.

[auctioneering]NOW 50.

150.- YEAH.

- NOW 200.[auctioneering]

- YUP.- 250.

- YEAH.- [auctioneering]

WHAT ABOUT 300 NOW?300, NOW 350.

- 700.

- HE'S GONNA PAY FOR ITIN A MINUTE.

- OH, YEAH, SHE GAVE YOUTHE UGLY EYE.

SHE'S MAD-DOGGING YOU.

- 900!

- [auctioneering]1,000 WHERE?

1,000.[auctioneering]

- 1,000.

- $1,000 BILL NOW.

1,100, 1,100.

1,100, LAST CALL.1,100...

- TAKE IT.- SOLD, $1,000 BILL.

- ALL RIGHT.[scattered clapping]

- WE RAN INTO SOMETOUGH CHARACTERS,

BUT WE GOT TWOPRETTY COOL UNITS.

- FIRST THINGS FIRST.

LET'S SEE IF THERE'S A GUNIN THAT CASE.

- IF THERE'S NOTHINGIN THAT CASE,

I'M GONNA SAY ONE WORD...

SORRY.

LET'S NOT EVEN SCREW AROUND.

SEE, IT DOESN'T FEELHEAVY ENOUGH.

IT SHOULD--IF IT WAS A RIFLE--THIS IS A RIFLE CASE,

AND IT DOESN'T FEELLIKE A RIFLE.

BE A GUN, BE A GUN,BE A GUN, BE A GUN.

- DUDE, THIS IS FEELINGLIKE A BUST ROOM.

- WHAT IS THAT?- MONEY.

- THIS WOULD BRINGBETWEEN $12,000 AND $15,000.

FIRE!

[guns exploding][glass shattering]

- QUESTION IS,IS IT HEAVY OR LIGHT?

DOESN'T FEELLIKE A RIFLE.

BE A GUN, BE A GUN,BE A GUN, BE A GUN.

UM...

THAT'S A TELESCOPE.- OH!

THAT'S BEAUTIFUL, DUDE.- LOOK AT THE BRASS.

THIS HAS GOT TO BE 1800s.

MOST LIKELY, SINCE WE'RE NEARONE OF THE LARGEST PORTS,

HERE IN NEW ORLEANS,IT WOULD'VE BEEN USED

ON A BIG SHIP.

I DON'T THINKWE'RE GETTING RICH, TON,

BUT THIS ISA PRETTY GREAT START.

- IT'S COOL, BUT I WAS KIND OFHOPING FOR A GUN, DUDE.

WHAT DO YOU GOT?

- A WATCH.

THERE'S A LITTLE HOUSETHAT'S INSCRIBED IN THERE.

THAT MAY ACTUALLYBE THE FARMHOUSE

OR THE HOUSE OF THE PERSONWHO OWNED THIS WATCH.

THIS IS GOLD.LOOK AT THAT, BRO.

THE NAME:P DALE, 1891.

THAT JUST MADEOUR JOB EASY.

THIS GUY RIGHT HERE, I THINKMINIMUM $300, $400.

IF WE CAN GET IT WORKING.

- WELL, BETWEEN THATAND THE LENS--

- YEAH.- IT ALMOST PAYS FOR THE ROOM.

- GNOME!

[laughing]

OH, GOD,THIS GUY'S COOL.

- GNOME, HE ISN'T.

- DID YOU JUST SAY,"GNOME, HE ISN'T"?

- GNOME, I DIDN'T.

- [laughing]OH, NO...

HE'S PLASTIC.

- GNOME WAY!- JUST STOP IT.

DOESN'T LOOK LIKEWE'RE GONNA HIT ANYTHING

THAT'S SUPER GOOD.

- NOT LOOKING TOO HOT.

DUDE, COME BACK IN HERE.

CHECK THIS OUT.- WHAT IS THAT?

- I DON'T KNOW.- OH, THAT LOOKS GOOD.

THAT LOOKS GOOD, AND IT LOOKSA LITTLE BIT OLD.

WOW.

- OH! MONEY!

- DUDE, THESE ARE REALLY OLD.

- LOOK AT THAT.DUELING PISTOLS.

AND THEY WERE MEANTFOR ONE PURPOSE ONLY.

- YEAH.- SETTLING DISPUTES.

IT'S BLACK POWDER,FLINTLOCK.

IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DESIGN.

FIRST, YOU LOAD YOUR POWDER.

TAKE YOUR WADDING,AND THE BALL.

YOU TAKE YOUR RAMROD OUT,PACK THEM DOWN.

PUT A LITTLE POWDERAND A LITTLE CATCH RIGHT THERE.

THE FLINT STRIKES THE FACE,IGNITING THE POWDER.

A SECOND DELAY...POOF.

AND YOU DON'T KNOW YOU EVENHIT YOUR TARGET

TILL THE SMOKE CLEARS.- WOW.

WE'VE GOT THE ENGRAVING,"KETLAND AND CO."

LONDON, DUDE,THAT IS BEAUTIFUL.

YOU KNOW, TON,ALL OF A SUDDEN,

I'VE FORGOTTEN ALL ABOUTOUR EMPTY RIFLE CASE.

THOSE TWO DUELERS COULD PAYFOR OUR ENTIRE TRIP.

- AND WE STILL GOTONE MORE BIG UNIT TO DIG.

WHOO-WHEE.

DUCK!

- THAT'S A PLASTIC DUCK,NOT A WOODEN DUCK, THOUGH.

- IT'S 20 BUCKS.

- OOH, FINALLY YOU GOTA DECENT-SIZED FLASHLIGHT.

- WELL...

- THAT ACTUALLY LOOKSREALLY GOOD IN YOUR HAND.

- KNOW WHAT THIS IS FOR?

GATORS.- EW.

- AND YOU CAN SPOTLIGHT.- AND THEN IF I SEE A GATOR,

WHAT DO I DO?- LEAVE IT ALONE,

UNLESS YOU'RE GONNA EAT IT.

- THEN WHY AM I SHININGLIGHTS IN THEIR EYES?

THEY HATE THAT.

- THERE'S ABOUT 10 BUCKS WORTHOF TOOLS IN THIS BOX.

HERE'S ANOTHER$40 WORTH OF TOOLS.

DUDE, THIS IS FEELINGLIKE A BUST ROOM.

- BOXES--- LET'S JUST SEE HOW WELL--

- AND BOXES OF CLOTHES.

- HEY, LOOK,LOOK AT THIS, DUDE.

WE GOT A PROPELLER HERE.- OH, WOW.

- IT LOOKS LIKEAN AIRLINE PROPELLER.

- FINALLY, SOMETHINGINTERESTING.

- THIS CANNOT BE CHEAP.

- HOLY [bleep].

CHECK THIS OUT, BRO.

LOOK AT THIS,LOOK AT THIS.

- OH!- THAT'S NOT TO AN AIRPLANE.

THAT'STO A FREAKING AIRBOAT.

- WHOA.

- I SWEAR I THOUGHTTHAT WAS LAWN FURNITURE.

- AIRBOAT!

LET'S GET TO IT.

- SCHWING!

OH, YEAH.

ULTIMATE IN BAYOU FUN TOYS.

- IT'S HUGE.

- IT CAN GO OVER, AROUND,UP, OVER ANY KIND OF TERRAIN.

THIS WAS MADEFOR THE SWAMP.

[cackling]

- HONESTLY, WE DON'T EVEN KNOWIF THIS THING RUNS.

SO ONCE AGAIN, CAPTAIN,YOU'VE GOTTEN AHEAD OF YOURSELF.

WE'VE GOT SIX CYLINDERS THAT I CAN SEE RIGHT HERE.

THAT'S SIX DIFFERENT THINGSTHAT CAN GO WRONG.

- YOU WILL NOTKILL MY DREAMS, SON.

- WAS THAT SUPPOSEDTO BE A SOUTHERN ACCENT?

DOWN HERE ON THE BAYOU,WE SHOULD HAVE NO TROUBLE

FINDING A BUYERFOR THIS SWAMP THING.

- [chuckling]

BUT FIRST WE WANNA GET RIDOF THESE DUELING PISTOLS.

SO WE TRACK DOWN A LOCALFIREARMS COLLECTOR.

[gunshot]

WE'RE HOPINGJOE AND THESE PISTOLS

ARE A PERFECT MATCH.

- OOH, WHAT WE GOT HERE?

OH!

THESE ARE A NICE SETOF MATCH PISTOLS HERE.

YEAH.- [chuckling]

- KETLAND IS ONE OF THE MOSTPROLIFIC GUN MAKERS IN ENGLAND

FROM THE MIDDLE 1700sTO ABOUT EARLY 1800s.

- HOW OLD ARE THESE GUNS?

- THESE GUNS HEREARE OVER 200 YEARS OLD.

- WOW.

- THE GOOD THINGABOUT THESE GUNS,

THEY'RE IN THEIR ORIGINALFLINT CONDITION.

UH, ORIGINAL POWDER FLASK,THE ORIGINAL MOLD.

- SO YOU CAN MAKEYOUR OWN BULLETS.

THAT'S COOL.

- SO WHAT WAS THE PURPOSEOF THE DUEL?

- BACK THEN, EVERYTHINGWAS AN HONOR THING.

AND IF YOU TALKED BADABOUT SOMEBODY

AND THEY GOT WIND OF IT,YOU WERE BRANDED A COWARD,

AND YOU DID NOT WANNA BE BRANDEDA COWARD IN THEM TIMES.

- THAT'S HOW THE AUCTION HUNTINGBUSINESS IS ALSO.

- YEAH.

SO WHAT ARE THESE WORTH?

- A SET OF GUNS LIKE THISWOULD BRING BETWEEN

$12,000 AND $15,000.

- TSH.

- BUT I'M NOT PAYING THATFOR THEM.

LET'S SET UPA LITTLE DUEL.

[slaps]

READY...AIM...

FIRE!

- I'D BE WILLING TO GIVEY'ALL $2,500 FOR IT.

- YEAH!

- A SET OF GUNS LIKETHIS WOULD BRING BETWEEN

$12,000 AND $15,000.

- TSH.

- BUT I'M NOT PAYINGTHAT FOR 'EM.

AS FAR AS I KNOW,THEY MIGHT NOT EVEN WORK.

THEY COULD BE JUSTGLORIFIED WALL HANGERS.

- AND IF THEY'RE WALL HANGERS,WHAT ARE THEY WORTH?

- COUPLE GRAND MAYBE.

BUT THERE'S A WAY TO FIND OUTIF THEY--IF THEY WORTH MORE.

LET'S SET UP A LITTLE DUEL.

- WELL, IN THAT CASE,

I CHALLENGE YOU TO A DUEL, SIR.

[slaps]

- OKAY, READY...

AIM...

FIRE![gunshot]

[gunshot, glass shattering]

[gunshot]

[glass shatters]

- AH, YEAH!

- IT DIDN'T GO OFF.

- DON'T BEAT YOURSELF UP, PAL.

THAT'S HOW IT GOES SOMETIMES.

- YOU LOOK GOOD FOR A DEAD MAN.- THANK YOU.

- WELL, I'M IMPRESSED, GUYS.

I DIDN'T THINK THEY WOULD WORK,BUT ONE OF THEM DID,

SO I WOULD THINKTHESE GUNS ARE WORTH ABOUT...

MAYBE FIVE GRAND.

- OOH.

OKAY, I DON'T LIKETHAT NUMBER AT ALL.

- WELL, I THINKWE CAN GO DOWN TO 10 GRAND.

- NAH.10'S STILL A LITTLE MUCH.

REMEMBER, I GOT TO FIND OUTWHY THIS GUN DIDN'T FIRE.

HOW ABOUT 6 GRAND?

- NONE OF THESE ALWAYS FIRE.

- THAT'S THE UNFORTUNATE PARTABOUT DUELING.

- YES. I THINKWE'RE TALKING ABOUT 8 GRAND.

- I TELL YOU WHAT.

7,500.WE GOT A DEAL.

- I THINK WE CAN ACCEPTTHAT WONDERFUL OFFER, SIR.

- GOOD DEAL.

- 7,500 BUCKS?AND I GOT TO SHOOT TON?

IT'S A PERFECT DAY.

- THIS WILL PAY FOR MY FUNERAL.

- NEXT UP,WE'RE HEADING TO THE BAYOU.

MARK'S FAMILY HAS BEENBUILDING AND SELLING

AIRBOATS FOR 25 YEARS.

HOPEFULLYHE'LL BE THE PERFECT PERSON

TO TAKE THE SWAMP THINGOFF OUR HANDS.

- THIS IS ONE OF THE VERY FIRSTBOATS THAT I EVER DROVE.

YOU KNOW, IT HAS A LOTOF SENTIMENTAL VALUE.

NOW DON'T GET EXCITED.

THAT DOESN'T MEANIT'S WORTH A WHOLE LOT MORE,

BUT IT'S IN--IN PRETTY GOODSHAPE FOR SOMETHING

THAT'S AT LEAST 30 YEARS OLD.

- OUR PROP IS WOOD.

YOURS DOESN'T LOOK LIKEIT'S MADE OUT OF WOOD.

- NO, IT'S NOT.IT'S CARBON FIBER,

BUT THIS PROP'SIN REALLY GOOD CONDITION.

THE FINISH ON IT IS VERY CLEAN.

ANOTHER REALLY NEAT THINGIS THIS ENGINE.

A LYCOMING ENGINE.

IT'S AN AIRCRAFT ENGINE,WHICH YOU DON'T SEE

ON A LOT OF THEM ANYMORE,

BECAUSE EVERYBODY'SGOING TO AUTOMOTIVE.

A BOAT LIKE THIS,TOP DOLLAR,

IS $7,000, $8,000RETAIL VALUE.

IF I'M BUYINGOR TAKING ON A TRADE,

THAT'S ON A WHOLESALE LEVEL.

WHICH I'M SUREYOU UNDERSTAND THAT.

- ABSOLUTELY.

- THIS BOAT--FORGET ABOUTMY SENTIMENTAL VALUE.

ON A WHOLESALE MARKET,

I'D BE WILLING TO GIVE Y'ALL$2,500 FOR IT.

- OUCH.

WELL, LET'S NOT FORGET ABOUTYOUR SENTIMENTAL VALUE THEN.

- OKAY.

- WE'LL JUST CALL HERROSEBUD FOR NOW.

- ROSEBUD, OKAY.- ALL RIGHT.

IF YOU WANT ROSEBUD,THE PRICE IS GOING TO BE 4,500,

RIGHT TON?

- THAT'S TOO MUCH SENTIMENTALVALUE ON MY--

I'D MAYBE GO 3,200 OR 3,300.

- LET ME ASK YOU A QUESTION.

YOU GOT ANY KIDS?- MM-HMM.

- YOUR VERY FIRST AIRBOAT,

AND YOUR KIDS NEVER HAD THE SAMEEXPERIENCE THAT YOU HAD.

- THIS IS TRUE.

BUT YOU KNOW, ALL THISSENTIMENTAL GOOBIDDY-GAH

WOULD BE REALLY NICE,BUT I ALREADY FEEL

MY KIDS ARE TOO SPOILED.

- I THINK YOU START YOUR KIDSON THIS BOAT RIGHT HERE...

- UH-HUH.

- AND THEY GET TO EARN THEIR WAYINTO THAT THING

IF THEY'RE WILLINGTO DO THE WORK.

- NOW THAT'S NOT A BAD IDEA.

- SO IF YOU WANTTO MEET IN THE MIDDLE,

AND WE'LL EVEN COME DOWNTO YOUR SIDE,

3,900 BUCKS--YOU BOUGHT YOURSELF A BOAT.

- LET'S GO 3,500.

- OH, GOD.- YEAH?

- WOW.- 3,500...

IF THE ENGINE RUNS PROPERLY.

- 3,800, AND YOU BOUGHTYOURSELF A BOAT.

- 3,600.- MY HAND'S HANGING OUT THERE.

- 3,650.- STARTIN' TO HURT, PEOPLE.

- I KNOW, I KNOW.- 3,700.

- 3,700.- 3,700. YOU GOT IT.

- WOW.- 3,700.

- I THOUGHT I WAS GONNABE LEFT HANGING FOR A MINUTE.

- ONLY IF IT RUNS.

[engine grinding]

- HEH.

LOOKS LIKETHE PRICE IS GOING DOWN.

[engine grinding]

[engine grinding]

[engine turning]

- OH, OH.THERE WE GO.

- NICE.- YES.

- YOU'RE OFF.

[engine revving]

[rock music]

- YEAH!

- OH, NO, NO!

- [laughs]

- THAT WAS AWESOME.

- IT'S A DEAL.3,700.

HOW ABOUT IT?- YEAH, THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.YOU GOT A DEAL.

- THANK YOU.- THANK YOU.

- THAT WAS FUN.ENJOY THAT THING.

- SURE ENOUGH.SURE ENOUGH.

Y'ALL HAVE A GOOD ONE.

- TON, WE CAN BUY A LOTOF GUMBO WITH ALL THE MONEY

WE MADE HERE IN NEW ORLEANS.

- OR A LOT OF COCKTAILS.

- WE SOLD THE DUELING PISTOLSFOR AN AMAZING 7,500 BUCKS.

THE AIRBOAT WENT FOR $3,700.

- [laughs]

- AND ALL THE OTHER ITEMSWE FOUND

WENT FOR ANOTHER 1,230 BUCKS.

- [laughs]

WE SPENT A TOTAL OF 1,575ON THE TWO UNITS

AND SOLD THE CONTENTS FORA BIG EASY TOTAL OF $12,430.

THAT'S A TOTAL PROFITOF 10,855 BUCKS.

WHAT AN AMAZING TRIP.

I MEAN, CAN YOU BELIEVEI BEAT YOU IN A DUEL, HUH?

IT'S CRAZY.

- ARE YOU INSULTING MY HONOR,SIR?

- YOUR HONOR?

NO, I WOULD SAY YOUR--IT'S YOUR AIM I'M INSULTING.

[slaps]OH, WHY--

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