Storage Wars: Miami: Yorgen and Christian’s Vintage Tricycles (S1, E5) | A&E

Yorgen and Christian find rad vintage tricycles in a locker, but a little accident might cut into their profit in this collection of scenes from “Deuces Wild.”

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Storage Wars: Miami
Season 1
Episode 104
Deuces Wild

In Storage Wars: Miami, emotions run high for a feisty group of dynamic buyers and two very different local auctioneers as they battle for potentially lucrative storage units.

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2 thoughts on “Storage Wars: Miami: Yorgen and Christian’s Vintage Tricycles (S1, E5) | A&E

  1. Actually, the two small trike models are Hallmark Kiddie Car Classics that were sold through their stores in fairly recent times. They are worth less than $100 each brand new in the box..out of the box and used, less than $50. I know, I bought those two models when Hallmark was still selling them. The repro Sky King, likewise, sold for much less than $300 brand new. I have one of those in my collection as well, purchased brand new in box. This is the problem I'm seeing more and more – over inflated prices for wheeled toys. Listening to so called experts, people come across a rusty hulk of a tricycle or other ride on toy, get big dollar signs in their eyes, and think they've struck gold. I've gotten to the point I rarely buy any more additions to my collection. Sellers have gotten ridiculous in their prices and – no surprise – their items sit for months on end with no one buying. Shame…I've seen some older trikes in bad shape but mostly complete that could be fixed up to look nice again, but not at a price way up in the hundreds for something that has to be completely stripped down to bare metal to do a decent restoration.

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