NEXT UP, THE CHARLESTON ANTIQUE MALL
AND JASON AND BRYAN ARE FEELING LUCKY.
BUT ONE OF THE CHALLENGES WHEN THRIFTING IN MARKETS LIKE THIS
IS THAT ANTIQUE ITEMS AND MULTI-VENDOR BOOTH SHOPPING
CAN JACK UP PRICES, MAKING SHOPPING FOR RESALE DIFFICULT.
Bryan finds this sweetbrain; almost as big as mine.
Bryan: The first thing I see is this colourful brain,
almost the size of mine.
It was odd and unusual.
I might be able to flip thisfor at least a hundred.
I think more than that.I think that'd be easy.
You can probably sell thatbrain for two hundred dollars.
One ninety-nine best offer,shoot for a hundred and fifty.
Yeah. Because somebodylike a brain surgeon
would love to havethis in his office.
Bryan: Jason is fascinated with Hawaii.
I've never been therebut he goes all the time.
It's his thing and that's great.
There, we havethe winner now.
Joseph and theAmazing Technicolor...
Oh, no way! Thisis awesome.
It is a uniform shirtlike a bellhop shirt
from the Hilton HawaiianVillage in Waikiki.
Bryan: Is it a kid size?
No, it's just a small but,it's only twenty-two bucks.
oes it have all theD uttons on the the front?bYep.
And on the sleeves?Yep.
Based on the coloursand the buttons, like 1970s,
I was going to make funof it; now I love it.
It is awesomely ugly.
And in, and in myworld, awesomely ugly sells.