Storage Wars: Top 6 Most Expensive Locker Finds From Season 10 | A&E

Storage Wars: Top 6 Most Expensive Locker Finds From Season 10 | A&E


– One, two– I’m at $10,000. –about $9,000. That’s one of the
best of lockers ever. It’s not– it’s not a bad day. [buzzing] [vocalizing] I paid $1,500 for all that. It’s like– OK. Now, right away, I do see
a very rare, uncommon NES game right here on side,
and that is S.C.A.T. S.C.A.T. What is it worth? About $200. Yes! Nice score right there. [slapping hands] Oh my god, you
gotta be kidding me. What? MUSHA. MUSHA who? MUSHA $200. Really?
[laughing] Yes! Oh! This is the first box and
it’s packed with games! If they’re all like this, ooh! [giggling] Think it’s fair to say $3,000? Yeah. And we are just starting. You know what? We have two more
times that much. It’s a good thing
it’s not sitting up any higher than the belly. We’ve only gone through
a third of this locker, and I’m already at $1,500. $10 a cartridge,
that’s $3,000. $40 box. $500 box. $50? Yeah, at least $50. $800 box? Easily. Easily. You got about $500
worth of games right here. We’re over $20,000. [slapping hands]
Nice! Nice! [giggling] $200 box. $300 box. $2,000?
– $2,000? Yeah. Yeah. $1,500 box. Easy. Keep on playing like this,
I’m gonna get the high score. [cackling, vocalizing] There’s another
120 boxes in here. $150 a box, that’s
another $15,000. How– that’s one of
my best lockers ever. That’s not a bad day. I spent almost $3,000
on two sister units. It’s time to see how
good-looking they are. All right, guys. Let’s just line these up in
two rows, see what we got. Wow. Got some boxes. Look at that, all the
little artsy-craftsy. People love buying this stuff. Easy $75.00. $300 just in those
four craft boxes right there. If this whole unit is full of
craft stuff, we’re doing good. Decorator hanging items, $25. Nice material. We’re gonna call it $25. $25. $25. Abalone china, $100. That’s an expensive
little sewing machine. That’s a seamstress-type thing. $300, believe it or not. There’s the other Abalone china. There’s another $100. These are all actually
little iron pieces. They’re worth like,
$20 each, so there’s like, at least $300 here. More fabric, $25. $25. $25. $25. Woo! Vintage, $40, $40, $40. Now, all my boxes has
been at least $25, so I’m getting tired
of going box by box. I’m just gonna count the boxes. Two, three, four. 58, 60. We’ll count 60 boxes. 25 times 60 is $1,500. And I haven’t even
gone inside yet. This is $100. This is $100. This is $100. This is $100. This is what’s called a
Heywood Wakefield bedroom set. Right here you
can see the stamp. You’re looking at
about a $2,000 set. I’m not surprised. Are you surprised? Can’t be. That’s just what I do. Yup! Everybody made fun of me
yesterday for buying junk, but I got six lockers
for under $1,000. My only problem now is I
gotta go through it all. Let’s tally it all up. We got $200 worth of bikes. Tons of speakers. Look at that. Nothing but car stereos. There’s $1,000 in
electronics just right here, and I’m already over
my money in the profit. Ooh, comics! I’m just gonna be
conservative and say there’s $250 in this box right here. With this comic and that
pile and a few boxes here, puts me at
right about $3,000. Jordans! Thank you! Huh, now that’s a gold ring. I can tell because it is heavy. That’s going in the
drawer right there. DVDs upon DVDs. These are Transformers. Got a gold bracelet. Watch out, boy! Oh yeah! Well, with this pile here,
I still got more to go, and I’m at $7,800. On to the bigs. Refrigerator, $250. [grunting] Old-school refrigerator, $125. $150 shelf. This stove right here, $500. This sucker here is heavier
than me, and I’m one heavy dude. $50. That’s old-school
General Electric. $200 on this one. Display cases. All of them got the nice
tops. $100, $200, $300. Beautiful china cabinet, $200. Back here you got $500. All this, all that,
and everything that I’ve already went
through, I’m at $10,000, easy. [door rumbling] Hello. Nice tile-top table, $50. Chairs, $30 a chair. Wrought-iron chairs, $50 apiece. Little motorcycle and
little cast-iron school bus. Easily with the box
and everything, $200. Oh, check it out, a school desk. Someone will pay $50 for that. People love these old fans. It’s easily $60. Nice mission-style chair,
that’s a $300 chair. [grunting] Careful not to cut the wood. But you can tell it has a lot
of age and natural worth to it. It’s easily a $300 piece. Cowhide chair. Definitely real cowhide. $75. That’s an interesting piece. Somebody will pay $100
for that, no problem. Oh, this is nice. Look at this. Carved legs, carved up here. Would guarantee $100. This is an interesting piece. Neon sign, oh, that’s cool. That’s an old neon sign. This looks like one
of my favorite signs, the dollar sign. Oh, wow, check out
this piece out. Every drawer has a different
story and it’s all hand-carved. I want to put $1,000 on
it and see what happens. Oh, this looks like china. China of Japan. Beautiful piece
Lid right on top. It’s full of
bubble-wrapped stuff. With the gold leaf and
dish in the middle, there’s probably, like,
70 pieces in there. Let’s just say $15
apiece for a bubble wrap. That’s a $1,000 box. I made $4,000 already. My work here is done. [sighing] This locker cost
a pretty penny, but the look on Renee’s
face when I bought it? Priceless. Oh, this one’s nice. All Matco, Matco, $200
in that box right there. At least $250 in
that drawer alone. We’ll call that one $20. There’s $100 in
screwdrivers right there. Some Allen wrenches–
$175 in that drawer. $125 pair of Channellocks,
that’s it right there. Brand-new shrink-wrapped
Matco sets. You got $500 in the resale price
in that drawer right there. With all the tools in
here and the tool box, I’m looking at about $3,000
on the secondary market. Couple hundred bucks on all
the mattresses and stuff. An antique chair, $25 on this. These are these Dream Houses. To quick-sell them, they’re
about $50 bucks apiece. You have nine Dream Houses
so that’s $450 right there in the Dream Houses. We got four Genesises. These are brand-new, wrapped up,
just straight from the factory. $200 apiece, that’s
$800 right there. And now it’s time to
find some more profit. Let’s see what’s in here. Oh, wait a minute! DJ Duck. I’ve seen a lot of
stuff in my day, but I don’t think I’ve
ever seen a DJ duck. Looks kinda cool. Probably stick a battery
in his ass right here. Runs around, goes to town. There’s a dozen in each box. I’m going to blow
them out at $50. You’re looking at about $3,750. This is just a great locker
here, and I’m not done yet. Looks like we have the antique
couch and another chair. That’s $500. Then miscellaneous
fishing poles and BB guns. And we’ve got about $9,000. I’d say that’s not
a bad day’s work. [door rumbling] There you go. Oh, wait, hold up, now. You said 30 minutes. [laughing] Ain’t no 30 minutes
around here, boy. Let’s check and see what’s
in this box, all right? What do we got? Look at that. Got some laptops. I mean, man, we’re looking good. How much you
think this is worth? – $200.
– That’s what I’m talking about. That’s the old Kenny I know. [laughing] That’s the old– man, this
guy wasn’t messing around. Another hard drive. DVD-ROM, CD-ROM. I’d say $60 on them. Now, how about these speakers? Clean them off, wipe them down? $45. Hm. Look at this one. Oh, what’s that now? 1936 MG aftershave. Oh, it’s aftershave? They probably
collect this stuff. Sprinkle me, baby. Smell it. Oh, that’s nice. You smell like 1936. [laughing] That’s a collector’s item. About $250. We have some old stuff. What do we got? Hard drives. – Computer tower.
– Yeah. – What you thinking?
– $200. All right. Oh, got some
“Medal of Honor”– CDs, games, motherboard. I say $50. $50 easy. What’s in this box
right here, all taped up? A computer wire– Hard drive wires. I’d say about $150. Hey, we got a safe, bro! A safe? Yeah, it’s already open. That’s a gun safe. We got a lot of
keys and nothing else. Oh. What kinda fool put
this kinda [bleep].. Hold on. Holy [bleep], Batman. – That’s what I’m talking about.
– Boom! Oh! Oh my god! I know that they’re real. One, two, three,
four, five, six– Keep it going. –seven, eight, nine, $1,000. Hold that. You up 97. Oh my [bleep] god! That’s what I’m talking about. This is my biggest score ever. How much German chocolate cake
a brother could get with $4,000?

28 Comments

  • marylandcarspots

    November 1, 2019

    if i’m first like this comment

    Reply
  • Boston pro 12

    November 1, 2019

    First

    Reply
  • DW Nation

    November 1, 2019

    Who else has been a fan of A&E before 2019?! 🥰❤️

    👇🏽 I’m gifting my next 100 subs 💫
    With Notifications 🌟

    Reply
  • Kennedi Steward

    November 1, 2019

    Fourth

    Reply
  • Gamer Dan

    November 1, 2019

    Surprised the first guy didn't post to the gaming subreddit saying he found all those old games in a storage unit.

    Reply
  • Jean Paul

    November 1, 2019

    This unused pile of dust in the corner. Easy 100 bucks.

    Reply
  • Tyasia Holloway

    November 1, 2019

    This is my step-dad's favorite show like we watch this all the time

    Reply
  • snoopy dubnation

    November 1, 2019

    They really exaggerate how much everything is really worth. that and it's not guaranteed to sell I bet they end up sitting in the stuff or selling it super cheap in bulk

    Reply
  • Elizabeth Fuentes

    November 1, 2019

    Hi

    Reply
  • Nicho Wito

    November 1, 2019

    "people looove these old fans…"

    Reply
  • gg daily vlogging

    November 1, 2019

    Yunks

    Reply
  • Bob Benson

    November 1, 2019

    I like how the first guy is just throwing all the fragile electronics around lol

    Reply
  • Michael Reyes

    November 1, 2019

    Garbage can with trash in it, 100 bucks

    Reply
  • eastbuddah

    November 2, 2019

    South Park needs to do something with this…

    Reply
  • Tom Sylvester

    November 2, 2019

    Freak

    Reply
  • Yourrecaller

    November 2, 2019

    These guys are really over pricing these things

    Reply
  • InventedToast

    November 2, 2019

    $150 pair of channel locks 🤣🤣🤣

    Reply
  • RSSS68 Camaro

    November 2, 2019

    Finds a game…..ya it’s worth $200….finds another game 🤯🤯🤯OMG ITS WORTH $200!!!!!!!!

    Reply
  • Kevin Carrillo

    November 2, 2019

    Some of these guys, lost a bunch of money for how much some of those game really go.

    Reply
  • John W.

    November 2, 2019

    Show us how you sell items in lockers. Flea Markets, Store….

    Reply
  • Rob Washere

    November 2, 2019

    seriously some of the most overvalued junk ive ever seen.
    casually glances down into small box full of fabrics and clothes..thats $150 easy ..( lol )

    the truth is 99% of those lockers are full of Junk and i find better stuff doing Cleanouts.

    Reply
  • soldier2763

    November 2, 2019

    Empty box another $200

    Reply
  • Kevin North

    November 2, 2019

    Dead spider in the corner, that's easily 200 bucks right there.

    Reply
  • Brody Glydr

    November 2, 2019

    I have this chair that looks like it should be in your great grandparents attic. It has a scratch. I say EZ 15 grand

    Reply
  • pubg gaming

    November 2, 2019

    500 dollar stove as it BREAKS

    Reply
  • FamesHD

    November 2, 2019

    The 2 neegros are the most annoying in this show

    Reply
  • brother craig

    November 2, 2019

    this is a hundred

    Reply
  • brother craig

    November 2, 2019

    lol 60 for a cd-rom are you insane

    Reply

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