Last night's episode found the "Storage Hunters" took place in Norwalk, Calif. with Sean conducting the bidding and the usual crowd of regulars and onlookers.
The first locker contained automotive equipment, including plenty of rims that could bring in lots of money. T-Money got this one for $1,800 with fierce competition from a local bidder. Green Mile helps him by cutting the chains that hold a large case together. What he finds inside are rifles, in great condition; however, the serial numbers are scratched out, and they must be confiscated, which does not sit well with T-Money.
The second one was strange equipment and boxes. It seemed like stuff from an art school and there is a kiln in there too. Brandon & Lori want to take a chance on this one, and do for $1,200. They find glass making tools and a few glass pieces for smoking pot. The kiln and all the glass blowing and designing tools gave them a profit of $3,800. Not a bad hunch, Lori.
The next one looks like a golfer's bin, with clubs, and a huge golf simulator. Jesse played golf in high school and knows the value of this stuff. The final bid goes to Jesse for $1,900 who will make a cool profit on this find.
The next locker had a swimming pool; all set up and decorated to look like Mardi Gras. They believed it was some kind of float from a parade, and either motor driven or towable. The man who was bidding all day against the regulars got the item, while the crowd stood around to see it. When he rolled it out, it split in half, revealing a 1990 Ford Crown Victoria under the float; not a bad deal for $1,440 on this episode of "Storage Hunters."
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