Jason: I'm excited about A Vintage Vegas.
stuff there in the past
and hoping to find somemore goodies today.
Good, how you doing?
Bryan: Hey, how's it going?
JASON AND BRYAN KNOW THAT VINTAGE VEGAS
TYPICALLY CATERS TO TOURISTS.
But I know if I lookin the right spots,
I can find some stuffthat I can turn around
and make some money on.
Jason: Ah, that's cool.
Bryan: Kodak Instamatic X15.
I walked in and I'm seeing a vintage instamatic camera.
But I knew right away that thatwasn't the real prize there.
You know what's unique about this?
That's way beforemy time, buddy.
Camera stuff is not my thing;it's definitely Bryan's thing.
He was selling camerasbefore I was even alive so...
He knows it well.
What I usually do is I; I collect, you know,
any sort of flash bulbs orold film that's still sealed.
I'm going to get all of these but not the camera.
Bryan's found the filmwhich is a great find.
But as I round thecorner, I hit the jackpot.
Here's a Smith-Corona.
Bryan: Very nice.
Jason: And the keys on this one are way better
than those Royals.
And it's in a portable case.
Snip the keys off andthen crafters buy them.
Uh, the typewriter itself isprobably worth a couple bucks.
Writers nowadays tendto like old typewriters.
But I like this.
Seventy-five bucks isa little much though.
Maybe we can seeif we can haggle. I agree.
The price on the typewriteris seventy-five dollars.
I would feel a lot more comfortable at, like, 65.
I like thattypewriter in there.
I was wondering if you coulddo better than 75 on it.
Yeah, let me see howmuch I paid for that one.
Haggling's a bit of a risk.
I'm not sure ifthey're going to bite.
I'm not sure whichwas she's going to go.