They will go up into peoples’ attics, down into peoples’ basements, and to peoples’ storage sheds in order to find neat and novel relics from the past – anything from a metal post from 1901 to a car from 1950. A lot of people like the negotiation process the guys go through, trying to get a price which will both give the person selling a good amount of money, but also at the same time, enabling the guys to make money on the sale as well.
It is always fun to see what type of items the guys find in these peoples’ junk piles, and how much they are able to not only buy them for, but how much they go for out on the open market.
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, the city is located across the river from Moline, Illinois and a short drive away from Chicago.
This closeness to the Windy City was one of the main influences in her life, giving her an avenue of escape as well as exposing her to the world of alternative subculture.
We personally think it is because of the spunkiness provided by the office manager, Danielle.
Danielle loves the punk lifestyle and especially loves the music that comes with it.
Well, it turns out that the two are just best friends.
In fact, Mike and Danielle have known each other for over 20 years!
Danielle and Mike certainly do not have a thing for each other, but Danielle did have a string of significant others.
She was formerly married to a French designer named Alexandre de Mayer, but the two split soon after their wedding.
She was also married to a man named Kevin Colby, with whom she has two children, but the pressures of her fame led him to want to break the marriage up. She had her kids in the mid to late 2000s with her then husband Kevin Colby.
Viewers love the way that Mike able to get people to open up to him.
He has this happy go lucky, highly inquisitive attitude that makes all of the people he encounters simply open up to him, and it makes for really good, quality, and wholesome television.