Two fierce opponents best Ton and Allen at the auction, leaving the duo in the lurch with a “trash unit” and little chance of breaking even for the day. And Ton gets tazed.
The guys take Big Sis to her first auction - and when things get ugly, she becomes their secret weapon. Ton tests out a "blob" and Allen gets shot with a riot gun.
The guys battle it out with their fierce former-employee, while a shill bidder threatens to ruin the day. When all hope seems lost, a set of monster truck tires and a mystery box are their last chance to come out on top.
When their truck breaks down, Ton and Allen lay it all on the line to raise money to fix her. They score a Foosball table, Tommy Gun drums and to Ton's delight, a treasure trove of Twinkies, but will it be enough?
When a ruthless storeowner seems hell-bent on stopping Ton & Allen from scoring new items in Santa Barbara they fight back. The guys uncover a rare antique air-gun and a vintage wooden boat built for speed, if it floats!
After a tough auction, things get worse when the shop's landlord wants to talk to the guys. Ton tries to negotiate with him while Allen has to put an experimental powered parachute to the test to save the day's profits.
After a crushing defeat, the guys leave an auction empty handed and scramble to find new merchandise at a yard sale. But questionable antique tennis rackets and an ancient special effects box may not earn them a cent.
When Ton and Allen find themselves bidding against each other at an auction, the former partners battle it out in an epic showdown that leaves the fate of the pawnshop and their friendship in question.
With Ton missing, Allen struggles to keep the pawn shop afloat while training Elle to work an auction. After a fierce bidding war with Caroline, pieces from a century old motorcycle may not be enough to save the day. ed.
The pressures of running a shop are taking a toll on Ton and Allen and not even the discovery of a stunt-man's fall bag can ease the tension. When things get heated, Ton abandons the partnership and leaves town.
Two fierce opponents best Ton and Allen at the auction, leaving the duo in the lurch with a "trash unit" and little chance of breaking even for the day. And Ton gets tazed.
A friendly competition with former employee Carolyn turns into a vicious battle for a 1968 Corvette Stingray, giving Carolyn the last laugh. Allen tests his Ninja skills with an antique sickle weapon.
In Philadelphia, the guys face a shady bidder with inside information and former NFL star Vince Papale in a battle for a vintage football passing machine and a colonial musket that could be worth huge money...if it’s real.
Ton and Allen battle a pair of vicious female auction hunters who have an axe to grind and bid based on spite rather than strategy. And a gatling gun & suit of armor are worth much less than the guys expected.
When a group of thugs try to bully Ton and Allen out of a Chinatown auction, the guys fight back, leading to a violent showdown and the discovery of both a rare Bornean blowgun and special effects wire harnesses.
With a motocross bike and a rare stock whip up for grabs, Ton and Allen face one of their toughest competitors yet: their former employee Carolyn, who knows all their tricks, has money to burn and is out for revenge.
While rummaging through a storage unit, Allen & Ton find a very rare net gun. These projectiles are used to catch bears and bobcats, and could be worth as much as $2,500 a piece is functioning.
When Allen & Ton arrive at a storage auction, they're surprised to see two of the most knowledgable bidders in California. When a classic Schwinn beach cruiser goes on the bidding block, they'll need to play their cards right to buy it.
While negotiating a price for their monster truck tires, the guys learn some history of these behemoths, and Allen agrees to drive the truck in order to make the sale.
In order to fully test out their monster truck tires and make a sale, Allen agrees to take the truck out for a spin, much to the dismay of some nearby parked cars.
At this auction the guys see one of the darker and more seedy aspects of storage auctions: the shill bidder. A shill bidder is somebody who drives the price of an auction through the roof-- even though he has no intent of buying. The guys will need to be careful on this one.
After a less than exciting container full of used clothes, the guys get to bid on some badass tires meant for only the biggest and most powerful car-crushing machines.
While Allen is negotiating a price for their new foosball table, he agrees to play a match worth $200 on the price. Will he win?
Allen & Ton set off to find some treasure in their newly-acquired container. They find everything a man could ever need inside, including guitar amps and a foosball table.
They guys head to a local gun range to find out more info on their Thompson magazines, and to do some shooting.
When their truck breaks down, Ton and Allen lay it all on the line to raise money to fix her. They score a Foosball table, Tommy Gun drums and to Ton’s delight, a treasure trove of Twinkies, but will it be enough?
While Allen & Ton are at an auction, a unit full of Twinkies comes up for sale. They resolve to bid, since Twinkies recently came off the market and might be valuable, but will get their confectionary fix?
While the guys are rummaging through a new unit, Ton finds something very unexpected: authentic parts to a Thompson "Tommy" submachine gun. These guns were popularized by gangsters during the early 20th century, and have huge value to the right buyer.
Allen and Ton take their century-old air rifle to a specialist in wine country to see a specialist. They find out that this gun is extremely rare, and if Ton can break a bottle with it-- they'll be going home with nine grand.
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