This week it was time to invade the Inland Empire and head straight to Riverside, CA. This city is home to many high-priced antiques so this meant the boys had to be on their toes because the competition was going to be rough.
Ton and Allen headed deep, deep down south this week hoping to conquer Baton Rouge, LA. Having the ninth largest port in the United States, the boys knew exactly what they came for: southern treasure. The question remained, however, who else was?
This week the Auction Hunters finally travelled to the big ol’ capital city: Washington, D.C. This place is absolutely jam-packed with museums and more history than you could fill your book case with, but the real question is did our heroes make a big score?
The boys headed to Panorama City this week, hoping to make big bank. This isn't just any regular city though: it's a hotbed for professional auction hunters like Ton and Allen, so that means the competition was a handful.
Bada bing bada boom! Ton and Allen wrapped up their stay in the Garden State this week, and what a stay it was: New Jersey was packed full of loudmouths, rich boys, and plenty of storage units filled with goodies.
Home to wealthy residents, a famous monthly flea market, and jam-packed with antique items that would make any collector jump in joy, Pasadena was stop for the Auction Hunters this week.
Ah yes, Moreno Valley. Ton’s old stomping grounds, a desert full of auctions, and money, money, money. Did the Auction Hunters’ visit to the warm city net them fistfuls of cash? Let’s find out:
This week Ton and Allen’s adventure was definitely explosive, loud, and full of surprises. Our heroes decided to travel to Glendale, CA to see what treasures they could find. Did the city of big spenders treat the boys well? Let’s find out!
30 containers up for auction, a local named "schmedly", and one of the best cities to hit up for auctions - all in one episode. That's right, this week the Auction Hunters travelled to Ventura, CA, looking to crack open some shipping container units that had been collecting dust.
What’s cooking down in the south? This week the Auction Hunters took a drip down to New Orleans to find out. Going to one of the oldest cities in the country filled with 1.3 million residents was a big move, so did our heroes emerge from bayou country waving wads of cash in their hands?