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Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt are gamblers…their game, classic and exotic cars. Whether it's a rare Shelby Mustang or a one-of-a-kind Bugatti, the key is buy low and sell high, something that doesn't always happen.
Curtis Dowling discusses the mission of his new CNBC Prime reality series.
People will spend big money for a real antique. Curtis tells a story of a farmer who spent millions on a Picasso for his pigs – but was it real?
Check out Catherine's impressive skills as she pretends to auction off a winged Pegasus carousel horse.
Learn what "Sleepers" are and how they can turn into big profits. Curtis gives an example of a $300 purchase that later sold for $3 million.
It may be easy to just rely on a feeling when it comes to forgeries, but Curtis Dowling explains how to go beyond that.
No matter what the market, Jeff's experience working on cars covers a broad spectrum. From CEOs to retired school teachers, Jeff's clients are as diverse as his projects, but they're all car lovers.
Jeff and Perry talk about the dynamics in the shop and how ideas get generated between team members.
The reason Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt are in the business is simple: they have a lifetime love affair with cars. Hear how that love has influenced them throughout the years.
Learn more about Catherine's background and what she thinks gives her an advantage in the antique world.
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