Storage Wars: Torched (Season 11) | A&E

Ivy finds a glass torch that heats up his pocket in this clip from Season 11, Episode 16, “Crate Balls of Fire”. #StorageWars
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31 thoughts on “Storage Wars: Torched (Season 11) | A&E

  1. Oooh…nice find on the torch! I have the GTT that is one size smaller and it cost me $800 used (half price) and that was a deal–years ago. Without getting a close look, I'd say that was a Mirage. She was right on about the price. (about $1500 used, and it's in nearly new condition). Niiiice. I'm curious as to whether there was a bunch of glass with it–some of the older glass colors are hard to find and very expensive (over $100 per pound).

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