On Tuesday's second episode of “Storage Wars: Texas,” the auction takes place in Mesquite, Texas. Victor wants to get in touch with his feminine side so he knows what the women who visit his store will want to buy. So, his plan is to get inside the minds of the ladies. Jenny wants to buy vintage in volume today. Bubba is fighting off a mean bellyache. Mary has enough projects in the works, so she and Moe will be focusing on stuff for his gallery.
The first locker is small, but seems to have potential in the boxes and antique furniture. Moe picks it up for $275. When Mary and Moe go back to check their finds, they have a Christmas tree and ornaments; not what they wanted. She finds a tent in a box, and a dead rat drops out. Yuck! Although Moe is bummed about the non-potential of the locker, Mary found bicycle rims she intends to make something out of for Moe's gallery. When Moe sees the table that Mary made from the rims, he is thrilled and will put it in his gallery for $475.
The next locker is full of cobwebs, but has lots of furniture and Victor asks a woman if it turns her on and she admits that it does. Now he is curious, but not sold. Jenny has her eye on it and gets it for $1,850. She is scared that she overpaid for it, but she is determined to grin and bear it. As she adds up her finds, she finds a silverware box. If it is sterling, it could completely bail her out and put her over the top. Unfortunately, it is only stainless, but then she finds an old autographed record signed by Ella Fitzgerald. When Jenny brings the records to a jazz expert, who authenticates it at about $400.
The next one is a man's locker. It has gun racks, fishing rods and barbed wire. Victor ignores his feminine side and gets it for $850. Back at Victor's shop, they are unloading the finds, and he got a ride-on lawn mower, but they cannot get it going, so it will have to be sold for parts. There are two rolls of barbed wire, four air conditioners and a machine that shoots footballs for practice. Victor goes to a local high school to try out the machine, but it needs two new motors. Victor will fix it up, and the coach offers to buy it for $1200 once it works properly.
Victor was the winner with a profit of $580. Moe & Mary made $200 thanks to her rim table. Jenny thanks Ella Fitzgerald for her $110 profit, but Ricky & Bubba left with nothing but Bubba's flu. Better luck next time on "Storage Wars: Texas."