The buyers return to Montebello, home to some of the biggest finds and worst dramas. Ivy has never hit it big here so he is focused on a good score no matter the cost. Meanwhile, Jarrod and Brandi are determined to not let another big locker get away.
Moreno Valley, California, is a bit out of the way, but any auction could have the hidden treasure that keeps the buyers on the hunt. Mary decides it is time to take matters into her own hands and launches a daring idea, while Ivy keeps it old school.
The buyers journey eastward to the city of sin for a marathon of auctions. But with a 300-mile haul between them and their stores, the rules of the game have changed. Now on a level playing field, Jarrod fires back at the big dogs.
The Storage Warriors press their luck at a marathon of auctions. When Darrell gambles on a locker completely covered with blankets, Brandon questions his father's judgment. Barry makes a surprising new friend when appraising a sign from the '40s.
Klemtu Hill is a volcano in British Columbia where Bigfoot reports are in the hundreds. Whatever is out there, it leaves tracks and even kills people. Les braves the dangers of this Bigfoot hotspot to find the truth behind these strange reports.
The buyers are in Arlington, Texas. Bubba vows to run the price on his 'Outsider' nemesis because he is fed up with Victor's head games. Jenny Grumbles finds a stimulating item, while Mary and Moe try their hand at having a strategy.
Jarrod and Barry vie for a unit filled with power tools and high-end potential. Darrell Sheets sends a message by bringing a fleet of trucks. Dave Hester reveals his trade secret to the storage auction process.
The buyers head to a high-end facility in the 'antiquers' town of Torrance, Calif., where the competition has never been stiffer. Dave and Jarrod bid on a unit with a classic Jaguar. Barry buys a locker to satisfy his adventurous spirit.
In Yucaipa, Calif., Darrell Sheets crosses the line with a stab at Dave Hester's Newport Consignment Store. Brandi and Jarrod argue over the worth of a bizarre-looking horse head. Barry Weiss bids on a locker littered with antique furniture.