Baggage Battles: North Carolina Pictures

The auction specialists head to Archdale, NC, to participate in a Quality Salvage Industries lost freight auction.
Episode: North Carolina

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Photo By: Mandy Schoch Photography

Mark uses a flashlight to get a closer look at some of the items up for auction during the preview.

Sally and Laurence arrive at the preview in North Carolina after flying in from their home in LA.

Mark discovers an unusual item up for auction -- a coffin. It seems pretty heavy ... wonder what (or who) is inside?

Billy takes a moment to sit back and relax with his cigar during the auction preview.

Laurence and Sally inspect a chair that is up for auction. They want to see what condition it is in before deciding whether or not to bid on it.

Billy finds a small vintage car at the preview. An item like this is right up his alley.

The car piques someone else’s interest, too. This could lead to a bidding war between Billy and Mark.

Laurence takes a closer look at one of the items at the preview. An extra look can help determine whether something is authentic or not.

Billy examines an old jukebox. These evening lost freight auctions have been known to have a few unique and vintage items.

Mark is torn about bidding on the motorcycle. Could he turn a profit on an item like this?

The Quality Salvage Industries auctioneer begins the bidding for the lost freight pallets.

Billy proudly displays his number for the auctioneer after winning a pallet of unknown items -- who knows what he will find inside.

Laurence and Sally celebrate after winning a cage of unknown boxes. What's even better is that he outbid Mark for it.

Mark and Sally discuss their purchases at the auction. Even though they sometimes bid against one another, they can still laugh about it after.