MIKE: Danielle is
sending us to see Bob. Apparently his grandson says
he’s got a ton of stuff. MIKE: This dude is
off the beaten track. FRANK: I know. I don’t even see any signs. Hey, what’s this up here?
A bunch of buildings. MIKE: This is mega. FRANK: Let me get a flyer out. [dog barking] MIKE: Well, there he is,
right here. Must be the grandson.
[dog barking] MIKE: Hey-hey! Man, you guys are off
the beaten path a little bit. DAVE: Oh, a little bit.
MIKE: Nice to meet you. DAVE: Dave; nice to meet you.
FRANK: How’re you doing? DAVE: My grandpa’s farm.
He’s got, uh… a little bit of everything
for you guys to look at. MIKE: Yeah, I see he’s got
a lot of stuff outside. DAVE: Yeah, he doesn’t
go anywhere without bringing back something.
MIKE: No kiddin’. DAVE: These barns are just
getting fuller by the day. He has trouble letting
go of some stuff. FRANK: Sure.
DAVE: Right through here. MIKE: Hey-hey.
FRANK: Hello. BOB: Hello.
MIKE: How are you? BOB: Wonderful. DAVE: This is my
grandfather, Bob. MIKE: Hey , Bob.
FRANK: Hey, Bob, I’m Frank. BOB: Hi, Frank.
FRANK: Nice to meet you, sir. MIKE: Alright. So, you were told
we were coming, right? BOB: I heard someone was coming
that might buy some of my junk. MIKE: Alright, well,
we buy a lot of junk. BOB: It’s easier for me to
tell you what I don’t collect than what I do collect.
MIKE: Choo! FRANK: You got a lot
to look at here. DAVE: We can’t go
to a garage sale without him filling the truck. MIKE: Can we look
around a little bit? BOB: You bet. MIKE: Whoa. BOB: I can’t stand to see
anybody throw anything away. If I see things selling
ridiculously cheap, I have to buy it, whether I got
any interest in it or not. FRANK: So you collected
a little bit of axes and saws and primitives and tools. BOB: I now refer
to it as a disease. FRANK: Bob, what
about this gauge? BOB: It’s for sale. FRANK: It’s for sale.
BOB: Yeah. FRANK: It’s a brass gauge. Alright, someone has put… somebody’s put a clock
mechanism in the back there… and turned it into a clock.
BOB: [laughs] FRANK: 40 bucks. BOB: You got a deal.
FRANK: Alright, you got it. MIKE: Bob, there
was something here, and that was probably signage. You know, the paper sign
or the cardboard sign would drop to the top of that.
BOB: I understand. MIKE: And that would hold that. 45. BOB: Okay. MIKE: Alright, I appreciate it. FRANK: Bob is in the mode
for selling. He’s got over 70,000
articles in here. He’s ready to
get rid of stuff. FRANK: Hey Bob.
BOB: Yeah. FRANK: This is
a little box here. And I found this, this is
a dry chem fire extinguisher. These two items,
would you sell it? BOB: Of course.
FRANK: Okay, so 40 on the box. BOB: Yeah.
FRANK: 20 on the extinguisher? BOB: Alrighty.
FRANK: Good deal. BOB: I’m getting
a little long in the tooth. If this stuff stays here,
the kids will probably end up selling them for
10 cents on the dollar. MIKE: Let me see this chair. Put that on the ground,
let me see if the legs… FRANK: It’s wooden.
MIKE: Yeah, I know. That’s what’s
interesting about it. The backrest part right here…
FRANK: Adjustable. MIKE: …is wood. The bottom of it adjusts too. FRANK: Oh, I see.
MIKE: Oh, look at that. Whoa.
You see that, Bob? BOB: Holy smokes,
the price just went up…. MIKE: [laughs]
BOB: …about $50. FRANK: As it went up,
the price went up. MIKE: 100 bucks. BOB: Each? MIKE: No.
[laughs] [laughter] FRANK: You know, you
always hope you’re gonna meet great people,
and you also hope you’re gonna meet somebody
that has a great collection. Well, today, we got both. [honks horn]
FRANK: See you, Dave! See you, Bob!