American Restoration follows five of the best restoration shops in the United States as they not only restore pieces of America’s history, but create new and awe-inspiring works from vintage items. Each shop has a unique focus—from classic cars, to rare antique signs, to one-of-a-kind bikes. They’ll prove their prowess as masters of restoration, while exploring each item’s ...
Rick attempts to restore a 1960's three-wheeled Marketeer Golf Cart for the Pawn Stars, and a customer drops off an extremely rare Hopalong Cassidy bicycle from the 1950's.
Up against a tough deadline, Rick's team attempts to restore an antique Hershey's dispenser from the 1940's, and the team tries to fix up a 1950's Kelvinator fridge.
A local magician calls on some of Rick's restoration magic to fix a damaged street lamp, and Tyler gets a tough lesson in business after giving a price estimate on a 1930's Eco-Tire Meter.
Rick hops on board a toy train brought into the shop, and the guys are asked to restore an antique popcorn machine from 1948 back to its original hot popping glory.
Rick buys a 1950's Coke cooler with plans to convert it into a Hot Dog Cooler Grill, and the Pawn Stars come by with a broken down barber's pole.
It's game on for Rick and his team when they restore an early 1900s strength-testing punching bag game, and the crew is under a tight deadline to fix up an antique railroad strongbox.
The team travels to a Las Vegas museum to restore a civil defense air raid siren from 1957, and a client brings in a turn-of-the-century, nickel-plated cash register.
Rick and his brother Ron take a road trip to a dusty desert salvage-yard to rummage for some beat-up antiques to flip for cash, and Rick takes a restoration risk and auctions off a 1920s visible gas pump.
Rick and his team have a chance to restore a Prohibition-era slot machine, and a 1940's Pepsi cooler comes in for an ice-y overhaul.
Rick and his team restore a NASA helmet from the 1960s' Gemini missions, and after an old picker drops off a rusty gas cart for a fix-up, they try to give it a fill-up.
When an antique candy machine from the 1950s arrives at the shop, Rick's team has their hands full--and not just with sweets, and the guys have to find a way to open a giant antique safe.
Rick and his team try to service an antique railroad vacuum used to clean train carriages, and a client requests a retro restoration of his childhood red wagon.
A client brings in an extremely rare British motorcycle from the 1950s, and the team has to put their two cents into the restoration of a 1940's Accurate Weight penny scale.
Rick and his team have a chance to restore an extremely rare department store x-ray machine from the 1940s, and a first grade teacher brings in a mechanical apple corer and peeler from the 1880s.
The team brews up an instant formula for restoration of a 1950's coffee vending machine, and Rick is challenged to convert a 1930s Montgomery Ward refrigerator from icebox to wine-box.
A client cruises in with a 1960's go-kart, and Tyler conspires to fix up a 1950's fan as a gift to Rick for Father's Day. Can he briskly breeze through this covert quest?
Rick and his team flex their muscles on a powerful penny arcade strength tester from the 1940's, and a client brings in a small gum and cigarette-vending slot machine from the 1930's.
Rick and crew get their feet wet when a 1952 powerboat ride splashes into the shop, and Rick rolls up his sleeves to tackle a 1940s child’s tricycle for a Las Vegas museum.
Rick shifts into high gear on an overhaul of a 1967 Harley, and the crew sorts through a postal patch up when a 1940s U.S. mailbox arrives at the shop.
Rick drives full speed ahead when a 1960s coin-operated motorcycle roars into the shop, then must decide if he wants to buckle up and steer an overhaul of a crumbling 1950s bumper car.
A Vegas Pawn Star hauls in a crumbling 1957 Chevy 150, and a couple of American Pickers show up hoping to sell some of their varied vintage valuables.
It's batter up when a 1940's baseball batting game flies into the shop, and the crew is put to the test when they tackle a tarnished 1920s tire changer.
Rick and his crew change gears when a 1967 Honda Scrambler motorcycle swerves into the shop. Can they win the race on this dirt road restoration, or will they run out of gas before the finish line?
Rick and crew suit up when a client flies in with a helicopter gunner helmet from the Vietnam War, and its bottoms up when guys pop the tab on a classic 1948 Coca Cola vending machine makeover.
Rick gets his hair blown back when he finds a beat-up WWII-era Koken barber chair, and a client brings in an extremely rare 1950s Coca-Cola cooler.
Rick and his crew must launch a rapid refurbishment when the Pawn Stars steer a 1950s Atomic Missile pedal car to the shop, and a client brings in a 1930s fare box.
Rick takes the reins when a turn-of-the-century, horse-drawn fuel delivery wagon from the early 1900s trots into the shop, and, Kelly convinces the crew to restore a 1940s Kotex Dispenser.
A client brings in his father's 1954 Bantam tractor, and the guys have a mechanical mystery on their hands when a client brings in an early 1900s air brake tester for trains.
Rick and his crew try to obey the speed limit when a 1962 Czechoslovakian scooter zooms in, and a miniature 1930s oil tanker trucks into the shop.
Rick must light a fire under his team to overhaul a 1900s chemical cart, and it’s surfs up for Rick and Tyler when they find a 1940s motorized surfboard in a client’s garage.
Rick turns up the heat when an 1881 potbelly stove whips into the shop, and the guys are unexpectedly challenged to restore a 1940s children's Irish mail cart by hand.
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?
Brettly takes the wheel when he decides to restore a beat-up 1965 Chevrolet truck, and Ron Tyler get a sneak peek at a 1940s coin-operated peep show machine for sale.