Storage Wars: Top 4 Most Expensive Locker Finds | A&E

These Storage Wars champs score big money when they bet on lockers that contain big ticket items, including an expensive antique miniature piano, and collectible art from a famous painter. #StorageWars
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Packed with dramatic bidding, intense rivalries and quirky personalities, “Storage Wars” follows treasure hunters Darrell, Brandon, Jarrod, and Brandi as they seek to score big in the high-stakes world of storage auctions

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47 thoughts on “Storage Wars: Top 4 Most Expensive Locker Finds | A&E

  1. I have an honest question, since Hester revealed this entire series from season 1 up until now has been scripted and most items planted prior to the filming for audience excitement, then how much money did these professionals actually make before the show? I remember when Brandon and his father hit a massive win of comic book collection series. it was worth over $400,000 – anyone have any insight in to how much money they actually make with real auctions, not during the shows bs scams ?

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