Election Paraphernalia at the 'Pawn Stars' Pawn Shop

ABC News' Brad Mielke finds a giant, foam Ronald Reagan head for sale in Las Vegas.
4:24 | 10/19/16

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Well good morning from Las Vegas, Nevada I'm Brett milky from ABC digital and we are here getting ready for the big event of the day it's debate night. Yes the heavyweight fight between. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. It's all happening tonight we'll have live coverage free threat today. In the meantime we should take take a few looks around Las Vegas right see what the surpassed our pursuit of the city has to offer. And where better to start your day you guys. And the golden civil punch up the home of the pond stars. From the History Channel we are around here today and as you can see from just behind me over here they are all getting shot. Ready to go for the day innings on their inventory as tourists and locals alike sort of flocked to the area every morning right when he opened at 9 AM local time. We might see them get opening get selling earlier typical for the do we getting a sneak peek you guys behind the scenes. We're day here a little bit about some the items they might be going up for sale soon. Will see what happens. I want to go right you're simply whose blossoming for sale this is Mike Mike Butler got good what you might Wear. You know we're here time at first. The third presidential them. Today and you brought something that is very specific to a debate today what do you have here. V Ronald Reagan. Foam which. The 1980 convention. In Detroit Michigan. This thing this gigantic. And being debate we figured it was a perfect time to come down to news be gold and silver costs are straw. Well tell me this story here how do you how do you come to have the straight Canty Ronald Reagan handed. From 1980 great little story a friend of mine and I when we were nineteen years old. We managed to speak into the rents and to the convention center. Aaron acted like your part of the group and walked by the tables. Grab the foam hats off the table and walk right into the conventions or. And while we repair we were throwing it up and down and included hollering and about ten minutes later we realize how boring the convention was. And we decide to do is go outside to the streets of Detroit. Walking around with our own heads and we went home I've kept it all these years and I figured it's time to us all. You big Ronald Reagan fan I was this is something new were sent out about doing that was so not about to do indeed try to at the time. Being young we were just fans of everybody at that time. If you just joining us I've ABC's credibility. Joined here by Mike from by the Nevada area ordeal of going I live in Henderson about who just outside of Las Vegas right outside Las Vegas is your selling this digger Ronald Reagan had known for somebody who hasn't been -- upon choppy what have you done this before you. It walked into apostle and try to sell something before no I haven't been into upon store before to sell anything. I've been and to look at stuff but that's about it. And we are back to guys sorry for the technical difficulty here we're just surrounded by so much cool stuff I suppose that probably interviewed with the brain weighs around here let's get back here to Mike is Mike. You got this huge Ronald Reagan had. You've got this in 1980 convention and he did people see this thing that your family and friends that they constantly wondering what you had a big foam wreck and had yet. They always did I had an on display at my house in Detroit area. And they always say it would be keeping that part says as sentimental reasons at the time it's something that we had fun doing what we were kid. And when I ended up moving here to the Las Vegas area 26 years ago it's sad that back in just takes traveling until I finally. Decided it was time to Salo with all the big hoopla going on here in Las Vegas. I'd so now your job later today will probably be to actually see what price you can get where you're hoping for 500 dollars in debt. Million dollar question here do you have more political paraphernalia hanging out around your house your some crazy old souvenirs I don't know about. Now this is the only big souvenir that I have nothing extraordinary other than this article thank you so so much I got to ask you have you watched the debate tonight. Of course I'm gonna watch the debate everybody's going to be watching the debate tonight it's the big one here in Vegas they do it right here in Vegas. It looked that's and we seem the anticipation around the city growing even taxi cab drivers who you know have seen it all asking me. Brett can this series of debates possibly get any nastier we will see later signed thank you so much good luck might.

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