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AMERICAN RESTORATION features Rick Dale and his crew of loose screws at Rick's Restorations in Las Vegas, Nevada, as they take rusty, beat-up items and restore them to their original glory. Whether it's a giant gas pump from the 1940s or a Hopalong Cassidy bicycle from the 1950s, every restoration is a high-stakes business project where worthless rust is transformed into a valuable collectible. However, these restorations aren't easy. Every project presents unique challenges for Rick and his team, who develop inventive processes to finish each job flawlessly and on time. From old gas carts to timeless slot machines, the items Rick restores are part of the fabric that makes up American culture. Things just aren't made like they used to be, but at Rick's Restorations, old becomes new again.

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Started: Oct/25/2010
Usually airs on: Wednesday

Type: Reality
Genres: History
Country: US US

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    02:00- 02:30

    Bodie takes on the juicy restoration of a 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe for the CEO of Carl's Jr. Meanwhile, Dale is in a rush to build a bike in time for his museum's annual motorcycle raffle and Andy restores a 1952 Shuffle Bowler game that may or may not have ties to the mafia.

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    Dale finds the engine from a super rare 1940 Harley-Davidson WLD in a box of seemingly random parts and is tasked with trying to put the puzzle back together. Meanwhile, Steve turns a 1959 Cadillac tailfin into a custom couch for a Cadillac fanatic and Bodie and his team restore a 1963 Ford Galaxie back to its former 'race code' glory.

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    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.

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    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.

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    03:30- 04:00

    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.

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    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.

  • s07e03
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    Steve's Restorations takes on the challenge of restoring a client's rust bucket 1978 Gran Torino; in Georgia, Bob's Garage brings back a family's cherished 1959 hi-fi stereo.

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    02:00- 02:30

    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.

  • s07e01
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    3 years ago
    02:00- 02:30

    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.

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    When a broken-down 1950s Table Hockey Game slides into the shop, Rick takes a shot at taking this toy from the sidelines back into play. Then, the shop goes all in on an antique 1910s Slot Machine which once paid out cigars instead of cash. Can the guys take this gambling gadget and make it a showpiece, or will the restoration go up in smoke?
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    When a one-of-a-kind quarter-scale model of a 1932 Hudson car arrives in the shop, Rick and the guys put the wheels in motion for a museum-quality makeover. Can they turn this small car into a big deal or will the restoration run out of gas? Then, a 1950s pillow speaker--a radio used by hospitals to play music for bed-ridden patients--arrives looking for a dreamy restoration. Can Rick bring the music back to this sleepy speaker or will the project hit a clunker?
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    Rick tries to step right up when a 1940s Tilt-A-Whirl carnival car spins into the shop. Can he take this piece from beat-up and broken down to fairground fantastic? Then, returning customer Big Mike brings in a 1960s Schwinn bicycle as a 60th birthday surprise for his business partner. Can Ron and Leonard successfully search for its hard-to-find seat to make this present pop?
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    4 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    When a client looks to restore a vintage arcade Punch-Out Game given to the shop by Rick Harrison, Rick Dale and his guys put up their dukes for a knockout restoration. Then Rick and Tyler make a bet on who'll pack a bigger punch when the job is done. But they might not find out if Rick has to throw in the towel on this heavyweight project.
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    5 years ago
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    5 years ago
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    When Rick is tasked to repurpose a retro Cigarette Dispenser into a Bike Tool Vending Machine, the wheels are set in motion for a pedal-to-the-metal project. Then, Tyler steps in for Rick to bid on rare 1950s Pedal Bulldozer project. Can they rise to the challenge and give this pile of parts a pick-me-up?
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    When a 1960s Electric Mini-Car arrives for a car show quality upgrade, the crew's got the challenge of making this sparky little roadster into a fast and safe ride for the open road. Will this pint-size put-put prove to be a full-size headache? Then, Rick feels the heat when he's asked to throw the first pitch in a LA Dodger's game. Ron tries coaching his big bro, but will Rick's pitch on the mound be a ball or a strike?
  • s05e06
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    When a 1950s Cushman Ice Cream Cart glides into Rick's, the shop digs in for a sweet retro ride. Can Rick transform this fun frozen treat machine or will he leave the client feeling ice cold? Then Leonard, the new picker, takes his first treasure hunting trip with Ron. Can the prot g impress the boss's brother or will the student leave feeling stumped?
  • s05e05
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    When a 1964 NASA Jet Pack signed by astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Gene Cernan blasts into the shop, Rick and his team prepare for an out-of-this-world restoration. Later, returning customer Darius brings in an item unlike anything the shop has ever seen: a World War II era bomb.
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    When a 1970s Wet Bike, an early version of a jet-ski, cruises into the shop, the client raises the stakes by offering Rick and Ron cash if they can ride the restored rig without wiping out. And then, Rick tests a loud-mouthed new painter named Niko in a high stakes shop competition against Counting Cars' Horny Mike.
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    5 years ago
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    A 1970s Popcorn machine rolls in for an old-timey tune up. But when Rick hands the project off to Brettly, it looks like this snack cart might go stale. Then, the crew buckles up for a wild ride when an ejection seat from a 1950s F106 fighter jet lands at the shop.
  • s05e02
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    5 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and his crew see a big challenge after a rare 1940s Mobil Pegasus sign rolls into the shop. And when the client asks for it to spin on top of a pole, the hunt is on to make this restoration fly. But the team gets more than they bargained for when they meet Leonard, a self-proclaimed picking-nerd, who hopes to score a job at the shop.
  • s05e01
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    5 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick realizes with business booming, he'll need to hire extra hands to keep the shop running smoothly. But when new guy Chris is tested on a Dale Drake scooter that arrived in pieces, he must put Kowboy's hazing aside and prove he can hack it. Then, a suit of armor arrives for a regal restoration. Can a trip to a Renaissance fair inspire the guys to take this hunk of metal from a pile of parts to a piece of history?
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    A vintage 1950s Coke cooler is turned into a hot-dog cart.
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    Jason Mraz commissions a restoration; a classic gas pump is transformed.
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    A 1970s Carl's Jr. sign is restored.
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    5 years ago
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    When Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison arrives at the shop looking for his son Corey's birthday present, Rick Dale suggests a new couch made from and old car. But the hunt for the coolest classic proves more difficult than he thought. Can Rick Dale make a sofa suitable for Corey's man cave or will the project be a wreck on wheels?
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    An iron lung from 1937.
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    6 years ago
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    6 years ago
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    Rick gets a chill when a beat up 50's Bevador beverage cooler comes in for a fix-up. Then, when a rare 40's Rexair vacuum/air filter arrives in pieces, Rick wonders if he'll ever be able to puzzle it all back together.

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    6 years ago
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    A rare Shoot The Bear arcade game arrives at the shop needing so much work that Rick is forced to call in an electronics expert to assist with the restoration. Later, Kowboy clashes with Rick about the shop s uniforms and tries to persuade him to change the color of their work shirts.
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    6 years ago
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    A 1964 'Escorter' from the World Fair comes in for restoration. The team also works on a tool sharpener found in a boneyard.
  • s03e44
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    6 years ago
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    The team is challenged when a late 1800's Penny Farthing bicycle is delivered to the shop needing a major restoration. Rick tries to motivate some of the crew to work harder at the shop by implementing an Employee of the Month award. And later, the guys work on a 1930's parlour stove that hasn t been functional in decades.
  • s03e45
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Someone pays Rick $9500 to restore a coin operated amusement ride from 1959. Whilst another clients wife steals her tricycle to get it restored. Plus a rare vending machine appears in the mail.
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick enlists the help of Danny Koker to help with a vintage scooter. Plus a X-Ray Machine is bought in as well.
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    An antique sleigh; a 1930s paper-cup dispenser.
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    The team are tasked with restoring a unique wheelchair that's put together from parts of a B-17 bomber. Kelly takes part in a photo shoot.
  • s03e40
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick has to try and crack the code of a 8000lb damaged safe when it's dropped off in the shop. Plus an amusement park ride from the 30's is all brought in.
  • s03e39
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick restores a Mosrite guitar for his friends birthday. Plus a pak trak hunting scooter also needs fixing up.
  • s03e38
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    The workshop is hired to fix up a very important sign. Plus a classic Pepsi vending machine needs fixing.
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    A client has a hefty price to pay of $10,000 when he asks for his 1900's peanut roaster to be repaired. Ron and Tyler are invited to take a look around a backyard full of vintage gas pumps and signs. Later Ron buys an English taxi.
  • s03e36
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick is asked to restore a replica F-105 fighter jet by Nellis Air Force. Tyler is challenged by a Buffalo Forge Grill needing a tune up.
  • s03e35
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    6 years ago
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    A customer brings by a disassembled 59 BMW motorcycle with a side car for Rick to restore. Will he be able to return the bike to its glory days or will missing parts force him to abandon the project? Later, the guys work on an antique pencil dispenser that will be auctioned off for a special cause and Rick is visited by a Picker who has some unique items for sale.
  • s03e34
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    6 years ago
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    The shop s super strength is tested when a 1940's Hi-Striker carnival game is dropped off for restoration. Can Rick and his guys ring the bell or will the crew strike out? Later, the guys hammer away at fixing up a rare, handmade nail gun from the 1800 s.
  • s03e33
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    6 years ago
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    Pawn Star Chumlee rolls into the shop with a 1950's Murray pedal car and a specific vision for how he wants it restored. Will Rick agree with his request for a tricked out ride or persuade him to go for a more classic restoration? Later, the crew works to fix up a 1965 Honda Superhawk that hasn t run since the 80's and is missing one key part.
  • s03e32
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    6 years ago
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    Rick suits up to restore a basketball arcade game from the 1950s but problems with its electronics force him to enter into a unique business agreement. At the shop, a simple disagreement between Tyler and Ron escalates into an all-out prank war. Later, Rick and the team are challenged by a client to make an antique barber chair resemble his Shelby Cobra.
  • s03e31
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    6 years ago
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    A client has high expectations of Rick and the crew when he agrees to a $10,000 restoration of his 1950 s soda fountain. A repeat customer challenges the guys to revive his vintage phone booth. Kelly thinks Rick works too much and challenges him to spend some time away from the shop.
  • s03e30
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    6 years ago
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    Sammy Hagar hires Rick to restore a vintage refrigerator into a rum dispenser. Will Rick's re-invention turn out to be a huge hit or will this fridge flop? And later, the shop sets to work on a horse-themed slot machine that has been dropped and no longer works.
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    6 years ago
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    A miniature Model T; a vintage 1930s forest-field-service phone.
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  • s03e27
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    02:00- 02:30
    After a 1900s signal cannon bursts into the shop, Rick prepares for the big boom. Can he gather his troops to launch this field firearm or will this restoration offensive backfire? Then, the shop attempts to hold their first auction. Will they profit on this pet project or will they end up footing a big bill? And later, the shop says ciao to a 1950s Italian folding bicycle. Can they zoom through this bendy bike or will they get stuck on a steep slope?
  • s03e26
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick auditions a new employee when a 1950s Cushman scooter with sidecar swerves into the shop. Will this specialized staffer ace this tricky trial or will another one bite the dust? And later, the shop gets a-rockin' on a 1948 homemade wooden horse. Can they saddle up this swaying steed or will this trotting toy buck them off?
  • s03e25
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick and his crew face a tough trek when a 1972 Honda ATC motors into the shop. Can they navigate this rough ride's rocky route to restoration or will this three-wheeled vehicle veer off course? And later, Ron and Tyler are up to no good as they plan Rick's bachelor bash. Will they plan the ultimate Dale debauchery or will they be forced to clean up their act?
  • s03e24
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick has a rolling riddle on his hands after an antique three-wheeled cart with no identification comes into the shop. Can he piece together this perplexing puzzle or will this moving mystery remain unsolved? And later, the crew has a lot on their plate when a client trucks in a massive 1920s stove. Can they cook this over-sized oven to perfection or will this kitchen range restoration be a recipe for disaster?
  • s03e23
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    02:00- 02:30
    It's time for some soon-to-be stepbrothers bonding when Tyler and Brettly volunteer to tow in a 1947 railroad speeder. Can the shop hop aboard this rapid restoration express or will a low estimate from Tyler cause the job to jump the tracks? And later sirens sound when a client brings in a NYC police call box. Can the shop get away scot-free with this cop calling configuration or will this end up a cuffing mess?
  • s03e22
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick puts the pedal to the metal when NASCAR driver Greg Biffle asks him to restore his 1970s Montesa motorcycle. Can Rick steer this speed demon dirt bike to the finish line or will this muddy motorbike wipe out before the checkered flag? And later, the shop drives forward on a 1950s Kidillac. Can they keep this classic kiddie car cruising or will they need to swiftly step on the baby brakes?
  • s03e21
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    02:00- 02:30
    A customer brings his uncle's Zeno gum dispenser. Meanwhile, a regular customer brings in a taxi meter. Tyler appoints Brettley to the meter project. Meanwhile, Rick decides to have a new façade built for his shop. The façade resembles a 1940s downtown street.
  • s03e20
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    02:00- 02:30
    A customer comes in wanting to purchase the coffee grinder from Cannonball Safe. The grinder is missing some parts, so Tyler has to look for them. The grinder is painted red and orange. Meanwhile, another customer wants his father's Evinrude outboard motor restored. Originally green, the motor is chromed except for the area around the logo, which is painted red and yellow. Also, Brettley demonstrates Nana's obedience so he can have her around the shop.
  • s03e19
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick and his guys get keyed up to restore a colossal 1920s cannonball safe. Can they lock up this protected project or will this massive mission be too heavy to handle? And later, the shop freshens up some vintage farm tools. Can the guys carefully crack these compact contraptions or will one rotten egg spoil this scramble?
  • s03e18
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick and his son Tyler kick off a restoration race after a pair of vintage scooters wheel into the shop. Can Tyler show up his dear ol' dad or will Rick prove father always knows best? And later, the shop makes cents of a 1940s candy vending machine. Can they sweeten up this nickel-and-dime device or will this sugary service leave a bad taste in their mouths?
  • s03e17
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick battles a brain freeze when a 1940s Good Humor bicycle pedals into the shop. Can he deliver a sweet solution to this sticky situation or will this cold cart be forever frozen in time? And later, a client brings in a 1920s Atwater Kent art-deco radio. Can the shop fine-tune this airwave apparatus, or will it be nothing but dead air for this rundown receiver?
  • s03e16
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    The heat is on for Rick and his crew when they restore a salty 1960s popcorn machine. Can they freshen up this corny contraption or will this snack server get too hot to handle? And later, a client brings in an antique Michelin Man air compressor. Can the guys fill up this pressure pump or will they accidentally blow a hole in this aged apparatus?
  • s03e15
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    While Rick is away from the shop, his brother Ron takes matters into his own hands when a client brings in a 1900s love tester. Is this a match made in overhaul heaven or will this romantic restoration break his heart? And later, the guys put their work on display when a weather worn 1950s casino billboard arrives at the shop. Can they preserve this aging desert advertisement, or will this shabby sign be better left to rot roadside?
  • s03e14
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    A customer wants a 1960s rocket ship themed playground slide restored. The slide is in pieces and many are in bad shape. All Rick and his team have to go on is a photo of the original. The crew experiences many problems which delay their progress, as well as having the fiberglass worker offer triple the original price estimated, putting the project way overbudget. However, they discover a way to save a lot of time and money. The slide is also an enormous project, at 30 ft (9 m). Meanwhile, a customer wants a 1940s gas pump converted into a coin counter for his bank. An LCD screen is added to the pump and the crank is removed. Meanwhile, another customer wants his childhood Buddy L toy steamroller restored. Many of the pieces are broken, so Tyler has them remade by a jet blaster. Many of the parts of the steamroller are blasted using dry ice.
  • s03e13
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    03:00- 03:30
    Tyler gets promoted to shop foreman, and assigns Ron and Kowboy to build him a desk. Meanwhile, an elderly couple want a 1920s Alba gramophone restored. The player had been in a bird-filled area and therefore had bird feces all over it, which needed to be cleaned off. A swing record is included with the finished project. Meanwhile, a regular customer wants a 1915 Gunnite cement gun restored for the Railroad Museum. Such sprayers had been originally used to reinforce tunnels to prevent cave-ins. For demonstration purposes, Rick uses a nonhazardous material rather than cement.
  • s03e12
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick faces a larger than life restoration when a client lugs in a 1930s Pep Boys marquee to the shop. Can he tackle this towering task or will these famous figures turn into a colossal catastrophe? And later, the crew takes on Mother Nature with the overhaul of a 1948 Coca Cola machine destroyed by Hurricane Irene. Can they weather this soda storm or will this windy work blow them away?
  • s03e11
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and his crew take a shot in the dark when a 1943 trap machine lands in the shop. Can they get off to a flying start on this target practice project or will they end up missing the mark? And later, Ron and Tyler find a rare rusty pump while on the road. Can they crank out a successful sale or will this fuel find fail?
  • s03e10
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick prepares for battle when a 1940s dog tag maker comes into the shop. Can he successful stamp out this embossing endeavor or will this military mechanism have a major malfunction? And later, the shop reins in the restoration of a 1950s toy horse. Can they gallop through this tin toy transformation or will they need to put this pony plaything out to pasture?
  • s03e09
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and the guys aim to please when an 1800s cannon rolls into the shop. Can they hit their transformation target or will this banged up blaster backfire? And later, a client brings in a 1960s slot machine from the old Silver Slipper Hotel & Casino. Can the shop hit the jackpot on this 10-cent contraption, or will they lose big on this gaming gamble?
  • s03e08
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and his crew sharpen their service skills when a client ships in a 1900s Berkel meat slicer. Can they carefully carve out a mechanical masterpiece, or will they lose a few fingers on this slice and dice device? And later, a 1950s stamp vending machine arrives at the shop. Can they refurbish this snail mail mechanism or will this correspondence contraption be postmarked return to sender?
  • s03e07
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    03:00- 03:30
    After Rick agrees to restore a vintage Italian bumper car from a local antique shop, the shop braces for immediate impact. Can they effectively electrify this dented delight or will this entertaining endeavor give them whiplash? And later, the shop pedals away on a 1970s kiddie tractor. Can they sow the seeds of success with this rusty ride, or will this plowing plaything buy the farm?
  • s03e06
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    03:00- 03:30
    When a client hefts in a 1900s penny scale from the Santa Cruz boardwalk, Rick and his crew tighten their belts. Can they successfully slim down this massive mechanism or will their weighty workload tip the scales? And later, a picker strolls in with a 1930s Taylor Tot walker. Can Ron and Brettly properly push this baby buggy bargain along or will this toddler transaction need a time out?
  • s03e05
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and Ron take restoration by the horns when they agree to revive a vintage mechanical bull. Can they stay steadily astride this rough ride or will they be bucked off? And later, a client drops in with a 1940s Pepsi Gullwing cooler. Can they swiftly swallow this ice-cold challenge or will they need to put this soda service on ice?
  • s03e04
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Rick and his team continue picking on Route 66, finding a 1930s container for oil cans and another for windshield wiper blades. Tyler is put in charge of the wiper container project, but almost ruins the project by removing the rivets to take the container apart (the container being in very good condition and the rivets themselves being almost brand new). Tyler has trouble putting the pieces back together, but manages to finish the project with the help of Kyle. Meanwhile, a customer wants a Thomas Edison kinetoscope restored. Rick takes the containers to a local car show, but cannot find a buyer. Also, Rick's paint towels keep getting used up. Rick puts up a sign telling his team not to use them as tissues, but to no avail. He then installs a camera to determine the culprit, only to find that several of his employees are to blame.
  • s03e03
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Tyler and Ron find a tandem bicycle, which they restore without having Rick inspect it first. The project is done for an old picker who specializes in countless memorabilia including a replica of the original Batmobile. Meanwhile, a customer wants a century-old mutoscope restored. The original film in the mutoscope was a scene featuring Adam and Eve, but to make it less graphic, it is replaced with a film depicting a bar fight.
  • s03e02
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick finds a Seeburg Wurlitzer jukebox while traveling on Route 66, which the owner wants restored. Meanwhile, Tyler and Ron work on a candy vending machine. Because the word Candy on top of the machine is broken, Tyler has to find a way to replace it, and finds someone with a water jet cutter to re-create the word. Meanwhile, Kowboy's cat has to go in for a checkup.
  • s03e01
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    A regular customer wants to purchase two visible gas pumps. Because Rick only has one, he sends Tyler and Ron out to find another. After countless searching, they finally find one that turns out to be an auto-stop. Meanwhile, another customer wants a horse racing gambling wheel restored.
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    02:30- 03:00
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  • s02e49
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    6 years ago
    02:30- 03:00
    A photo from the 1930s. Also: The guys visit the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, Cal.
  • s02e48
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    Rick gets a chill when a beat up 50's Bevador beverage cooler comes in for a fix-up. Then, when a rare 40's Rexair vacuum/air filter arrives in pieces, Rick wonders if he'll ever be able to puzzle it all back together.

  • s02e47
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    6 years ago
    03:30- 04:00
    A rare Shoot The Bear arcade game arrives at the shop needing so much work that Rick is forced to call in an electronics expert to assist with the restoration. Later, Kowboy clashes with Rick about the shop s uniforms and tries to persuade him to change the color of their work shirts.
  • s02e46
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    6 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    A rare Escorter from the 1964 World s Fair scoots into the shop for a restoration. Will Rick and the crew give this vintage vehicle a restoration that out of this world or will it be a world-class flop? Later the guys work on an antique tool sharpener that a client picks out of the Boneyard.
  • s02e45
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    03:30- 04:00
    A customer has huge expectations of Rick s work when she agrees to pay $9500 to restore a 1959 coin operated Western Express amusement ride. A client steals his wife s treasured 1960 s Murray tricycle and brings it to Rick so he can surprise her with a restoration. Later, a rare apple vending machine from the 1930 s arrives at the shop in the mail.
  • s02e44
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    03:00- 03:30
    The team is challenged when a late 1800's Penny Farthing bicycle is delivered to the shop needing a major restoration. Rick tries to motivate some of the crew to work harder at the shop by implementing an Employee of the Month award. And later, the guys work on a 1930's parlour stove that hasn t been functional in decades.
  • s02e43
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    03:30- 04:00
    A vintage scooter; a 1920s X-ray machine.
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    An antique sleigh; a 1930s paper-cup dispenser.
  • s02e41
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    An electric wheelchair made from parts of a B-17 bomber. Also: Kelly participates in a photo shoot.
  • s02e40
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    03:00- 03:30
    An amusement-park ride from the 1930s; an 8000-lb. safe.
  • s02e39
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    03:30- 04:00
    A 1960s hunting scooter; a classic Mosrite guitar.
  • s02e38
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    03:00- 03:30
    A vintage Pepsi dispenser.
  • s02e37
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    03:30- 04:00
    A client s expectations are sky high when he agrees to a $10,000 restoration of his early 1900 s peanut roaster. Later, Ron and Tyler go digging for gold in a California picker s backyard that is loaded with antique gas pumps and signs. Ron buys a vintage English taxi and sets out to prove to Rick that it was worth the investment.
  • s02e36
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    03:00- 03:30
    Rick is contacted by Nellis Air Force Base to restore their replica of an F-105 fighter jet. Will the crew be able to execute their plan of attack to restore the fighter, or will they miss the mark and abort the mission? Later, Tyler s skills are challenged when a unique Buffalo Forge Grill rolls into the shop requiring a much needed tune up.
  • s02e35
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    A customer brings by a disassembled 59 BMW motorcycle with a side car for Rick to restore. Will he be able to return the bike to its glory days or will missing parts force him to abandon the project? Later, the guys work on an antique pencil dispenser that will be auctioned off for a special cause and Rick is visited by a Picker who has some unique items for sale.
  • s02e34
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    The shop s super strength is tested when a 1940's Hi-Striker carnival game is dropped off for restoration. Can Rick and his guys ring the bell or will the crew strike out? Later, the guys hammer away at fixing up a rare, handmade nail gun from the 1800 s.
  • s02e33
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    Pawn Star Chumlee rolls into the shop with a 1950's Murray pedal car and a specific vision for how he wants it restored. Will Rick agree with his request for a tricked out ride or persuade him to go for a more classic restoration? Later, the crew works to fix up a 1965 Honda Superhawk that hasn t run since the 80's and is missing one key part.
  • s02e32
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick suits up to restore a basketball arcade game from the 1950s but problems with its electronics force him to enter into a unique business agreement. At the shop, a simple disagreement between Tyler and Ron escalates into an all-out prank war. Later, Rick and the team are challenged by a client to make an antique barber chair resemble his Shelby Cobra.
  • s02e31
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    02:00- 02:30
    A client has high expectations of Rick and the crew when he agrees to a $10,000 restoration of his 1950 s soda fountain. A repeat customer challenges the guys to revive his vintage phone booth. Kelly thinks Rick works too much and challenges him to spend some time away from the shop.
  • s02e30
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    When a 1940s Japanese Maruishi bicycle pedals into the shop, Rick and his crew strap on their helmets for an uphill ride. Can they swiftly cycle through this ten-speed transformation, or will they take a wrong turn on this rare racer? And later, the crew restores a compact Chiclet vending machine from the 1940s. Can the guys sweeten up this gummy gadget, or did they bite off more than they can chew?
  • s02e29
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Brettly takes the wheel when he decides to restore a beat-up 1965 Chevrolet truck. Can he keep on trucking with this tricky transformation or will this clunker wind up running on empty. And later, Rick's brother Ron and son Tyler get a sneak peek at a 1940s coin-operated peep show machine for sale. Will this naughty negotiation play nice or will the guys have to bare all to get their hands on this kinky contraption?
  • s02e28
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    When Rick's brother Ron and son Tyler encounter a 1950s milk vending machine for sale, they attempt to squeeze out a good deal. Can they churn something out of this dairy discovery or will one false moo-ve have them headed home empty-handed? And later, the guys restore two kiddie handcar trains from the 1950s. Can they make a perfect pair out of these rusted railroad rides, or will this amusing assignment run out of steam?
  • s02e27
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    02:00- 02:30
    An 1881 potbelly stove; and a 1940s children's mail cart from Ireland.
  • s02e26
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    02:00- 02:30
    A 1900s chemical cart; and a 1940s motorized surfboard.
  • s02e25
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    02:00- 02:30
    A 1954 Bantam tractor; and a 1900s air-brake tester for trains.
  • s02e24
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    02:00- 02:30
    A 1930s oil-tanker truck; and a 1962 Czechoslovakian scooter.
  • s02e23
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    02:00- 02:30
    Rick and his crew must launch a rapid refurbishment when the Pawn Stars steer a 1950s Atomic Missile pedal car to the shop. Can they follow the tough trajectory of this hazardous heat-seeker, or will this mission miss its mark? And later, a client brings in a 1930s fare box, once used on public transportation. Can the crew keep this transformation on track, or will this ride-on restoration go off the rails?
  • s02e22
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    Rick takes the restoration reins after a turn-of-the-century, horse-drawn fuel delivery wagon from the early 1900s trots into the shop. Will it be safe travels on this galloping gas tank, or will this petrol project take a spill? And later, Kelly convinces the manliest crew in Las Vegas to restore a 1940s Kotex Dispenser for a charity auction. Can the guys man up and conquer this girly gadget?
  • s02e21
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    02:00- 02:30
    A World War II-era Koken barber chair; and a rare 1950s Coca-Cola cooler.
  • s02e20
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    02:00- 02:30
    When a client flies in with a helicopter gunner helmet from the Vietnam war, Rick and his crew have to suit up for some restoration recon. Can they get clearance to polish up this American heroes heli-hat, or will they have to call in some air-support? And later, it's bottoms up for the guys when they pop the tab on a classic 1948 Coca-Cola vending machine makeover. Can the guys quickly quench their thirst on this fizzy fix-up, or will this carbonated contraption explode in their faces?
  • s02e19
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    02:00- 02:30
    A 1967 Honda Scrambler motorcycle.
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    02:00- 02:30
    It's batter up when a 1940's baseball batting game flies into the shop. Can Rick hit this American pastime out of the park, or will a curve-ball send him back to the bench? And later, the crew is put to the test when they tackle a tarnished 1920s tire changer. Can they overpower this aged apparatus, or will this rusty restoration grind to a halt?
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  • s01e34
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    When a 1940s Japanese Maruishi bicycle pedals into the shop, Rick and his crew strap on their helmets for an uphill ride. Can they swiftly cycle through this ten-speed transformation, or will they take a wrong turn on this rare racer? And later, the crew restores a compact Chiclet vending machine from the 1940s. Can the guys sweeten up this gummy gadget, or did they bite off more than they can chew?
  • s01e33
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 03:30
    Brettly takes the wheel when he decides to restore a beat-up 1965 Chevrolet truck. Can he keep on trucking with this tricky transformation or will this clunker wind up running on empty. And later, Rick's brother Ron and son Tyler get a sneak peek at a 1940s coin-operated peep show machine for sale. Will this naughty negotiation play nice or will the guys have to bare all to get their hands on this kinky contraption?
  • s01e32
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    When Rick's brother Ron and son Tyler encounter a 1950s milk vending machine for sale, they attempt to squeeze out a good deal. Can they churn something out of this dairy discovery or will one false moo-ve have them headed home empty-handed? And later, the guys restore two kiddie handcar trains from the 1950s. Can they make a perfect pair out of these rusted railroad rides, or will this amusing assignment run out of steam?
  • s01e31
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    An 1881 potbelly stove; and a 1940s children's mail cart from Ireland.
  • s01e30
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    A 1900s chemical cart; and a 1940s motorized surfboard.
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    A 1954 Bantam tractor; and a 1900s air-brake tester for trains.
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    A 1930s oil-tanker truck; and a 1962 Czechoslovakian scooter.
  • s01e27
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    02:30- 03:00
    Rick and his crew must launch a rapid refurbishment when the Pawn Stars steer a 1950s Atomic Missile pedal car to the shop. Can they follow the tough trajectory of this hazardous heat-seeker, or will this mission miss its mark? And later, a client brings in a 1930s fare box, once used on public transportation. Can the crew keep this transformation on track, or will this ride-on restoration go off the rails?
  • s01e26
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 02:30
    Rick takes the restoration reins after a turn-of-the-century, horse-drawn fuel delivery wagon from the early 1900s trots into the shop. Will it be safe travels on this galloping gas tank, or will this petrol project take a spill? And later, Kelly convinces the manliest crew in Las Vegas to restore a 1940s Kotex Dispenser for a charity auction. Can the guys man up and conquer this girly gadget?
  • s01e25
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    02:00- 02:30
    A World War II-era Koken barber chair; and a rare 1950s Coca-Cola cooler.
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