Auction Hunters TV show review
Ever wonder what happens to abandoned storage units and those which go unpaid? Well you no longer have to wonder. Auction Hunters is all about the interesting world of storage unit auctions. The show follows Allen Lee Haff, an actor and Clinton "Ton" Jones, a reptile expert, as they tackle what was once just a hobby, buying storage units.
The men go to auctions on a nearly daily basis, buy units which they think have hidden potential then sort through the contents in search of money making items which they can sell. The finds range from rare coins to old guns to vintage Coca Cola merchandise. Like any business there is a lot of competition so the men must outplay the other bidders to get the units they want at a price which will still allow them to spin a profit.
Each episode follows the men buying a couple units and taking a few items to specialists in the specific industry who can value the item. Then they try to sell it and see how much they can really make off each unit. It's entertaining to watch because Ton is really just a funny man without even trying. He says a few words here and there while Allen does the talking but it's Ton's words which make you laugh and remember him. If for nothing else, it's really interesting to see what's in someone's storage unit.
Oh, and yeah, I used to do this too so maybe I'm a bit biased. Keep up the great work, Ton! Loving your show!