On tonight's first episode of “Storage Wars: Texas,” the auction takes place in Las Colinas, Texas. This is a rich part of Texas where the bidders hope to score big.
The first locker was full to the door with boxes and furniture. Victor said it is an old person's locker. Jenny is listening to Ricky and Bubba, but they decide to feed her some bad information. Mary wins the bid at $375. Mary & Moe check out their find and spot a wooden Coca Cola machine, but it is a replica. Old kitchen chairs worth $75 each, Mary jumped when she found a box of hand grenades with the charges removed. They took them and some strange metal item in the box to an Army Navy store. They showed the man the thing they found; a Byzantine fire bomb from the 1700s. The man at the store told them that the bomb was worth at least $500.
The second locker is clean furniture, but low end stuff and now is the time for Bubba to steer Jenny in the wrong direction. Bidding is going well, and Jenny feels that she got over on the two of them for $475. Jenny found just about what she paid for in the furniture, but she found some kind of a scanner. The scanner Jenny found was a Snap-On scanner that plugs into a car for a diagnostic test worth $1200.
The third one was just a bunch of junky cooking equipment and tools but Ricky and Bubba got it for $210. Ricky and Bubba find dirty cooking equipment, two classy 22-inch rims valued at about $400, and a spray gun that smells like chocolate. They took the chocolate pump to a chocolatier and it was worth a few hundred dollars.
The final totals brought profit to all buyers with Jenny leading the pack with $1265, then Ricky & Bubba in second with $905 and Mary & Moe did well with $775, thanks to their bomb. Victor bought nothing and left the same way. Better luck next time on "Storage Wars: Texas."