Bodie restores a 1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang; Dale has his hands full trying to get a rare 1936 Crocker motorcycle to run; Steve restores a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Type 8A for a longtime friend.
Steve works turning a rusted-out 1956 Willys truck into a BBQ kitchen-on-wheels; Bodie and his son transform a mini-Divco milk truck kiddie car from the 1960s into a souped-up go-kart.
Bodie restores a 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe for the CEO of Carl's Jr.; Dale is in a hurry to build a bike in time for his museum's annual motorcycle raffle; Andy restores a 1952 Shuffle Bowler game that might have ties to the mafia.
Dale discovers the engine from a super rare 1940 Harley-Davidson WLD in a box of seemingly random parts; Steve turns a 1959 Cadillac tailfin into a custom couch; Bodie and his team restore a 1963 Ford Galaxie back to its former race code glory.
Steve works on a unique Roller Skate Car from the 70s; Dale helps restore a rare 1929 Harley Davidson JDH; Bodie tries fix a 1930s Penny Scale for a local soda shop.
Bodie is tasked to restore a very rare 1970 GTO Judge in one month's time for the SEMA car show; Andy modernizes a spark plug cleaner into a stereo; Steve makes a plan to transform a beat up 64 Ford Falcon into a work of art.
Andy gets to work on an odd kit car that's part VW bug, part Delorean and part motorcycle; Dale builds a custom Harley for a customer looking to connect to his past.
Bodie is charged with restoring a very rare 1948 Davis Divan for the grand reopening of the Petersen Automotive Museum; Monkey Business tries to turn a '50s carnival tank into a go-cart for a motorcycle group.
Dale is rushing to bring a 90-year-old Indian motorcycle back to life to perform on the infamous traveling motorcycle stunt show, the Wall of Death; Bodie tries to transform a 1950's cola dispenser into a modernized beer keg refrigerator.
Bodie fixes up a 1959 Ford F100 in hopes of flipping it to an exacting Ford truck aficionado; Andy restores a 1940's JC Higgins bike; Bob's Garage resurrects a buried 1930's gas pump.
Steve's Restorations takes on the challenge of restoring a client's rust bucket 1972 Gran Torino; in Georgia, Bob's Garage brings back a family's cherished 1959 hi-fi stereo.
At Wheels Through Time, Dale is charged with bringing a mysterious, 104-year-old motorcycle back to life; Steve's Restorations deals with a rare vintage arm-wrestling arcade game from the 1980s.
The pressure is on for Bodie when the largest restoration of his career flames out; Dale's routine tune-up on a 1946 Harley turns into a complete overhaul; the Monkey Business team runs into a hairy situation.
A broken-down 1950s table hockey game is brought into the shop; an antique 1910s slot machine which once paid out cigars instead of cash.
A one-of-a-kind quarter-scale model of a 1932 Hudson car is brought into the shop; a 1950s pillow speaker is brought in for a restoration.
Kyle Bush and Marcus Smith call on Rick to create a trophy inspired by NASCAR's past for the History 300 race; Ron reveals a crush on NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and makes it his mission tag along with Rick to the History 300.
A 1940s carnival car enters the shop; a returning customer brings in a 1960s Schwinn bicycle to be restored.
A client wants to restore a vintage arcade game; Rick and Tyler make a bet.
Rick negotiates for a rare 1963 Simplex Sportsman Shriner's Bike; Ron bargains with a bar to restore their 1913 Mercantile Scale.
Illusionist David Copperfield calls the shop, wanting to have two items in his museum's collection restored.
A vintage arcade game; Ron bargains with a bar.
An authentic submarine car from a James Bond movie; Ron and Tyler try to strike a deal with an antique shop.
When a Big Mac Jail from a 1970's McDonalds PlayPlace arrives in the shop, Rick prepares for a fast food facelift.
When a rare British 1950's Ariel Square-Four motorcycle speeds into the shop, the crew goes full throttle to restore.
It's full steam ahead when returning customer Mark Bassett brings in a late 1800's Velocipede.
George Clinton of Parliament Funkadelic arrives with a 1920's piano and the team preps for a pitch-perfect project.
A beat-up 1940s boxing bell is brought in; a client brings in a vintage slot machine to be converted into a beer-pouring sloterator.
A New Jersey amusement park owner brings a Hurricane Sandy damaged 1920s haunted house car to the shop.
A client cruises in with a 1962 mini-Corvette to be modeled after his full-size version; a 1950s coin-operated mustang ride is brought into the shop.
A client asks Rick to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed; Rick lets his buddy crash in the boneyard.
An early 1900s electro-shock alarm clock arrives at the shop for repair; the guys attempt to convert a vintage 1940s Wayne gas pump into a polo player's equipment locker.
Rick is hired to repurpose a retro cigarette dispenser into a bike tool vending machine; Tyler prices out a project to rebuild a rare 1950s pedal bulldozer.
A 1960s electric minicar arrives for a car show quality upgrade; Rick is asked to throw the first pitch in an L.A. Dodgers' game.
A 1950s Cushman ice cream cart is brought in; Leonard takes his first treasure hunting trip with Ron.
A 1964 NASA jet pack signed by Buzz Aldrin and Gene Cernan; Darius brings in a World War II era bomb.
A 1970s wet bike is brought into the shop; Rick tests a loud-mouthed new painter in a high stakes shop competition against Horny Mike.
A 1970s Popcorn machine rolls in for a tune up; the crew takes a lok at an ejection seat from a 1950s F106 fighter jet.
A rare 1940s Mobil Pegasus sign is brought into the shop; the team meets a picking-nerd who hopes to score a job at the shop.
Chris is tested on a Dale Drake scooter that arrives in pieces; a suit of armor is brought in for a restoration.
Rick transforms a vintage 1950s Coke cooler into a LA Dodgers inspired hot dog cart.
Jason Mraz brings in a sign to be restored in honor of his late grandfather; the crew converts a classic gas pump into a keg-erator.
A star-shaped 1970s Carl's Jr. sign in need of a restoration; Ron returns from a monster picking trip with a huge haul.
Rick's favorite customer comes in with a 1964 Ducati motorcycle in a basket; a 1960s Gatling gun arcade game.
a 1950s Predicta TV is brought in for an update; a late 1800s barber-shop towel steamer; Rick asks Tyler and Brettly to create a TV ad.
Rick Harrison arrives at the shop looking for a birthday present for his son.
The team performs a restoration for Billy Joel; Rick sends Ron, Tyler and Brettly out on a picking competition; a walk-behind tractor is brought into the shop.
A 1937 iron lung is brought into the shop for a restoration; a prank war breaks out after Ron gives Tyler lip; Brettly brings in a big haul after his first solo picking trip.
A 1920s chainsaw is brought in for a restoration; a customer brings in a unique slot machine that dispenses golf balls instead of coins.
A toy 1950s Ferrari Bimbo racecar is brought into the shop; Ron, Tyler and Brettly find a rare safe, a nickelodeon and a cigar dispensing slot machine.
A 1950s bowling equipment vending machine is brought into the shop; a 1900s antique copper pest sprayer.
A 1920s floor sander is brought in; an antique apple vending machine is shipped to the shop.
Rick restores a 1940s high-school electric scoreboard; an atomic age uranium detector.
A 1920s wig wag train signal is brought in; Kelly plans a car show at the shop; Rick challenges the crew to find the baddest ride for a mystery prize.
A hacked up 1970s Harley-Davidson golf cart is dropped off at the shop; a vintage 1950s toy horse pedal cart.
The crew shoots for a picture perfect restoration of a rare 1930s photo booth; Rick sends his team to the Rose Bowl flea market.
A beat up 1950s Bevador beverage cooler is brought in for a fix-up; a rare 1940s Rexair vacuum.
A "Shoot the Bear" arcade game needs work; Kowboy and Rick clash over the shop's uniforms.
An "Escorter" from the 1964 World's Fair needs a restoration; antique tool sharpener from the Boneyard.
A customer agrees to pay $9500 to restore a 1959 coin operated Western Express amusement ride; a client steals his wife's treasured 1960s Murray tricycle; a rare apple vending machine from the 1930s.
A late 1800s Penny Farthing bicycle is delivered to the shop needing a major restoration; Rick implements an employee of the month award; the guys work on a 1930s parlour stove.
A vintage scooter is shipped to the shop for a complete restoration; a dentist stops by with his 1920s x-ray machine.
An antique horse drawn sleigh is brought to the shop needing a complete transformation for the holidays; Rick Harrison's Christmas party; Big Mike comes by with a 1930s Dixie Cup dispenser.
An amusement park ride is restored; a heavily damaged safe could hold hidden treasures.
Wheelchair made from B-17 bomber pieces; Kelly's risque photo shoot.
Rick Harrison brings in his unique soda dispenser; a neon sign with historical significance is restored.
A 1960s Pak Trak hunting scooter is brought to the shop; Rick calls Danny The Count to check out the unique dirt mobile; Kelly purchases a classic Mosrite guitar for Brettly's birthday.
Rick is contacted by Nellis Air Force Base to restore their replica of an F-105 fighter jet; Tyler's skills are challenged when a unique Buffalo Forge Grill is brought into the shop.
A client agrees to a $10,000 restoration of his early 1900s peanut roaster; Ron and Tyler go digging for gold in a California picker's backyard; Ron buys a vintage English taxi.
A customer brings by a disassembled 1959 BMW motorcycle with a side car for Rick to restore; the guys work on an antique pencil dispenser that will be auctioned off for a special cause; Rick is visited by a picker who has some unique items for sale.
A 1940s Hi-Striker carnival game is dropped off for restoration; the guys hammer away at fixing up a handmade nail gun from the 1800s.
Chumley from "Pawn Stars" comes into the shop with a 1950s Murray pedal car and a specific vision for how he wants it restored; the crew works to fix up a 1965 Honda Superhawk that hasn't run since the 1980s.
Rick restores a basketball arcade game from the 1950s; a disagreement between Tyler and Ron escalates into an all-out prank war; Rick and the team are challenged by a client to make an antique barber chair resemble his Shelby Cobra.
Rick agrees to a $10,000 restoration of a 1950s soda fountain; the guys revive a vintage phone booth; Kelly challenges Rick to spend some time away from the shop.
Sammy Hagar hires Rick to turn a vintage refrigerator into a rum dispenser; a horse-theme slot machine has been dropped and no longer works.
Rick and the crew work to restore a miniature Model T; a fire fighter brings in a vintage 1930s forest field service phone.
A 1950's arm-wrestling game; washing machine from the 1930's.
A 1900s signal cannon is brought into the shop; the shop attempts to hold their first auction; 1950s Italian folding bicycle.
Rick auditions a new employee; a 1950s Cushman scooter with a sidecar is brought in; 1948 homemade wooden horse.
A 1972 Honda ATC is brought into the shop; Ron and Tyler plan Rick's bachelor bash.
An antique three-wheeled cart with no identification is brought into the shop; a client trucks in a massive 1920s stove.
Tyler and Brettly volunteer to tow in a 1947 railroad speeder; a client brings in a NYC police call box.
NASCAR driver Greg Biffle asks Rick to restore his 1970s Montesa motorcycle; 1950s Kidillac.
The clock is running for Rick on a 1950s taximeter; Brettly oversees the restoration of a 1800s Zeno gum vending machine.
Rick restores a recently picked 1800s coffee grinder for a client who spots it in the boneyard; a collectible 1930s fishing boat motor.
Rick and his guys restore a colossal 1920s cannonball safe; the shop freshens up some vintage farm tools.
Rick and Tyler kick off a restoration race after a pair of vintage scooters are brought into the shop; a 1940s candy vending machine.
A 1940s Good Humor bicycle is brought into the shop; a client brings in a 1920s Atwater Kent art-deco radio.
Rick and his crew restore a 1960s popcorn machine; a client brings in an antique Michelin Man air compressor.
With Rick away from the shop, Ron takes matters into his own hands when a 1900s love tester is brought in; a weather worn 1950s casino billboard is brought into the shop.
A 1960s rocket-slide is brought into the shop piece by giant piece; the shop outfits a 1930s pump with a coin counter that doesn't fit.
A cement gun from 1915 is brought into the shop; a client brings in a 1920s Alba gramophone.
A client lugs a 1930s Pep Boys marquee into the shop; the crew overhauls a 1948 Coca Cola machine destroyed by Hurricane Irene.
Rick and his crew take a shot in the dark when a 1943 trap machine lands in the shop; Ron and Tyler find a rare rusty pump while on the road.
A 1940s dog tag maker comes into the shop; the shop reins in the restoration of a 1950s toy horse.
An 1800s cannon rolls into the shop; a client brings in a 1960s slot machine.
A 1900s meat slicer and a 1950s stamp vending machine challenge Rick and his crew.
Rick agrees to restore a vintage Italian bumper car from a local antique shop.
A client hefts in a 1900s penny scale from the Santa Cruz boardwalk; a picker strolls in with a 1930s Taylor Tot walker.
Rick and Ron agree to revive a vintage mechanical bull; a client drops in with a 1940s Pepsi Gullwing cooler.
Rick and his brother pick up two 1950s service-station showpieces; a client carries in a turn-of-the-century Edison film projector.
A 100-year-old mutoscope comes into the shop; Ron and Tyler spot a tarnished tandem bike at a client's house.
Rick and his brother Ron stumble across a 1950s Wurlizter jukebox; Tyler is challenged to restore a 1940s chocolate bar vending machine.
A client petitions for a pair of 1920s visible gas pumps; the shop goes all in on a 1930s horse gambling wheel.
A 1940s Japanese Maruishi bicycle pedals into the shop; the crew restores a 1940s Chiclet vending machine.
Brettly decides to restore a beat-up 1965 Chevrolet truck; 1940s coin-operated peep show machine.
1950s milk-vending machine; the guys restore two kiddie handcar trains from the '50s.
An 1881 potbelly stove whips into the shop; the guys are challenged to restore a 1940s children's Irish mail cart.
Rick and his team must overhaul a 1900s chemical cart; Rick's brother Ron and son Tyler find a 1940s motorized surfboard.
A client brings in his father's 1954 Bantam tractor; a client brings in an early 1900s air brake tester for trains.
A 1962 Czechoslovakia scooter zooms into the shop; a mini 1930s oil tanker trucks into the shop.
A horse-drawn fuel delivery wagon trots into the shop; the crew restores a 1940s Kotex dispenser.
The Pawn Stars bring in a 1950s atomic missile pedal car; a client brings in a 1930s fare box, once used on public transportation.
Rick finds a beat-up WWII-era Koken barber chair; a client brings in an extremely rare 1950s Coca-Cola cooler.
A helicopter gunner helmet from the Vietnam War; 1948 Coca-Cola vending machine makeover.
A 1967 Honda Scrambler motorcycle arrives at the shop.
A 1940s baseball-batting game flies into the shop; the crew tackles a tarnished 1920s tire changer.
A 1960s coin-operated motorcycle roars into the shop; a client brings in a 1950s bumper car.
A 1967 Harley motors in for a surprise overhaul; a 1940s U.S. mailbox arrives at the shop.
A 1952 powerboat ride splashes into the shop; Rick tackles a 1940s child's tricycle for a Las Vegas museum.
A Pawn Star brings in a 1957 Chevy 150 found by the American Pickers for an overhaul; a couple of pickers show up hoping to sell some of their vintage valuables.
Rick and his team strong-arm a powerful penny arcade strength tester from the 1940s; a client brings in a small gum and cigarette-vending slot machine from the 1930s.
A client cruises in with a 1960s go-kart; Tyler conspires to fix up a 1950s fan for Rick.
Rick's son comes across a 1950s coffee vending machine; Rick is challenged with a 1930s Montgomery Ward refrigerator.
The team has a chance to restore a rare department store x-ray machine from the 1940s that was used to fit shoes; a first grade teacher brings in a mechanical apple corer and peeler from the 1880s.
A client brings in a rare British motorcycle from the 1950s; the team puts in their two cents on a 1940s Accurate Weight penny scale.
Rick and his team attempt to service an antique railroad vacuum; a client requests a retro restoration of his childhood red wagon.
A candy machine from the 1950s arrives at the shop; the guys have to find a way to open a giant antique safe.
Rick and his team restore a Prohibition Era slot machine; a 1940s Pepsi cooler is overhauled.
Rick and his team restore a NASA helmet from the 1960s Gemini missions; an old picker needs a rusty gas cart fixed-up.
Rick and his brother take a road trip to find some beat-up antiques; Rick auctions off a 1920's gas pump.
The team restores a 1957 civil defense air raid siren; a nickel-plated cash register.
Rick and his team restore an early 1900s strength-testing punching bag game.
Rick plans to convert a 1950s Coke cooler into a hot-dog grill; the Pawn Stars come by with a broken-down barbers pole.
A local picker pays Rick Dale a visit with a truckload of rust laden loot; the guys are asked to restore an antique popcorn machine from 1948.
Rick must restore a local magician's street lamp after a Vegas windstorm; Rick's son Tyler gets a tough lesson in business after giving a price estimate on a 1930s Eco-Tire Meter.
Rick's team attempts to restore an antique Hershey's dispenser from the 1940s; the team tries to fix up a 1950s Kelvinator Fridge.
Rick attempts to restore a 1960s three-wheeled Marketeer Golf Cart for the Pawn Stars; a customer drops off an extremely rare Hopalong Cassidy bicycle from the 1950s.
Steve works turning a rusted-out 1956 Willys truck into a BBQ kitchen-on-wheels. Bodie and his son transform a mini-Divco milk truck kiddie car from the 1960s into a souped-up go-kart.
Bodie restores a 1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang. Dale has his hands full trying to get a rare 1936 Crocker motorcycle to run, while Steve restores a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Type 8A for a longtime friend.
Bodie restores a 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe for the CEO of Carl's Jr. Dale is in a hurry to build a bike in time for his museum's annual motorcycle raffle, and Andy restores a 1952 Shuffle Bowler game that might have ties to the mafia.
Dale discovers the engine from a super rare 1940 Harley-Davidson WLD in a box of seemingly random parts. Steve turns a 1959 Cadillac tail fin into a custom couch, and Bodie and his team restore a 1963 Ford Galaxie back to its former race code glory.
Andy gets to work on an odd kit car that's part VW bug, part Delorean and part motorcycle. Dale builds a custom Harley for a customer looking to connect to his past.
Steve works on a unique Roller Skate Car from the 70s. Dale helps restore a rare 1929 Harley Davidson JDH, and Bodie tries fix a 1930s Penny Scale for a local soda shop.
Bodie is tasked to restore a very rare 1970 GTO Judge in one month's time for the SEMA car show. Andy modernises a spark plug cleaner into a stereo, and Steve makes a plan to transform a beat up 64 Ford Falcon into a work of art.
Dale is rushing to bring a 90-year-old Indian motorcycle back to life to perform on the infamous travelling motorcycle stunt show, the Wall of Death. Bodie tries to transform a 1950's cola dispenser into a modernised beer keg refrigerator.
Bodie is charged with restoring a very rare 1948 Davis Divan for the grand reopening of the Petersen Automotive Museum. Monkey Business tries to turn a '50s carnival tank into a go-cart for a motorcycle group.
Bodie fixes up a 1959 Ford F100 in hopes of flipping it to an exacting Ford truck aficionado. Meanwhile, Andy restores a 1940's JC Higgins bike, and Bob's Garage resurrects a buried 1930's gas pump.
The pressure is on for Bodie when the largest restoration of his career flames out. Dale's routine tune-up on a 1946 Harley turns into a complete overhaul, and the Monkey Business team runs into a hairy situation.
At Wheels Through Time, Dale is charged with bringing a mysterious 104-year-old motorcycle back to life. Steve's Restorations deals with a rare vintage arm-wrestling arcade game from the 1980s.
Steve's Restorations takes on the challenge of restoring a client's rust bucket 1972 Gran Torino. In Georgia, Bob's Garage brings back a family's cherished 1959 hi-fi stereo.