$8,000 Train Set

It was one of the very few times that Fritz got deceived in a purchase he made. Actually, he had bought a very old Lionel Train set, obviously, not from a toy train shop, after being tempted by its good condition for $8,000. But, it was later that he realized he was tricked when the train got sold for an amount of $3,400 which was much less than he had expected. The reason for this depreciation was that the train’s part had been replaced.

$8,000 Rundown Airstream

This time too, the duo made a near escape from a major loss, after 1948 made Airstream travel trailer (pullable with a car), which they had bought for $8,000 ended up costing them $3,000 extra which they paid in repairing it. Luckily, they managed to swap it for a rare motorcycle which was made in India and $5,000 in cash.

1960 Cadillac Fleetwood

This 1960 Cadillac Fleetwood proved to be a good buy at a total of $10,000 which comprised of $500 in shipping. As the car presently has a value of $14,500. The brothers brought to use all of their negotiation skills to lower the price of the car while buying it from the owner. In the end, it all worked out for them.

$9,500 Elephant’s Head

The 57th episode turned to be the most eccentric for the viewers. The reason was the fact that the duo decided to buy a cleaved head of an elephant for $6,000 in cash and rare objects worth $6,000 which included a photo booth and a jukebox. The sight of the elephant heads hanging was really creepy.

$9,500 Guitar

A not so creepy purchase by Fritz and Wolfe. They paid $9,500 and 2 amps to acquire this 1958 Gretsch Chet Atkins 6120 guitar. They couldn’t hold on to the guitar for much longer as later, they sold the guitar along with an amp, to guitarist Dan Auerbach for $10,000.

$10,000 Vincent Motor

Fritz made a considerable amount of profit after selling the extremely rare Vincent Motorcycle to the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa, for an amount of $12,000. He had originally bought this automobile made by British automobile manufacturer which dated back to 1920s for a price of  $10,000.