When a client petitions for a pair of 1920s visible gas pumps, Rick recruits Ron and Tyler, and the shop goes all in on a 1930s horse gambling wheel.
Rick and Ron stumble across a 1950s Wurlitzer jukebox in need of fine-tuning, and Tyler restores a 1940s chocolate bar vending machine for a local picker.
Rick and his guys get an eye full when a 100-year-old mutoscope comes into the shop, and it’s double the fun when Ron and Tyler spot a tarnished tandem bike at a client’s house.
It's time for rusty rehab after Rick and his brother Ron pick up two 1950s service station showpieces, and a client carries in a turn-of-the-century Edison film projector.
Rick and Ron take restoration by the horns when they agree to revive a vintage mechanical bull, and a client drops in with a 1940s Pepsi "Gullwing" cooler.
When a client hefts in a 1900s penny scale from the Santa Cruz boardwalk, Rick and his crew tighten their belts, and a picker strolls in with a 1930s Taylor Tot walker.
Rick agrees to restore a vintage Italian bumper car from a local antique shop, and the shop pedals away on a 1970s kiddie tractor.
Rick and the crew sharpen their skills on a 1900’s Berkel meat slicer, and refurbish a snail mail mechanism when a 1950s stamp vending machine arrives at the shop.
Rick and the guys aim to please when an 1800s cannon rolls into the shop and a client brings in a 1960s slot machine from the old Silver Slipper Hotel & Casino.
Rick prepares for battle when a 1940s dog tag maker comes in, and the shop reins in the restoration of a 1950s toy horse.
Rick and his crew take a shot in the dark when a 1943 trap machine lands in the shop, and Ron and Tyler find a rare rusty pump while on the road.
Rick faces a larger than life restoration on a 1930s Pep Boys marquee, and the crew takes on Mother Nature with the overhaul of a 1948 Coca Cola machine destroyed by Hurricane Irene.
Rick and his crew face a sticky situation when a cement gun from 1915 rolls into the shop, and the shop faces the music when a client brings in a 1920s Alba gramophone.
Rick takes on the biggest challenge of his career when a 1960s rocket-slide comes into the shop, and every minute counts when the shop outfits a 1930s pump with a coin counter that doesn't fit.
Ron takes matters into his own hands when a client brings in a 1900s love tester, and the guys put their work on display when a weather worn 1950s casino billboard arrives at the shop.
The heat is on as the crew restores a salty 1960s popcorn machine, and a client brings in an antique Michelin Man air compressor.
Rick battles a brain freeze when a 1940s Good Humor bicycle pedals into the shop, and client needs a fine-tune on a 1920s Atwater Kent art-deco radio.
Rick and Tyler kick off a restoration race after a pair of vintage scooters wheel in, and the shop makes cents of a 1940s candy vending machine.
Rick and his guys get keyed up to restore a colossal 1920s cannonball safe, and the shop freshens up some vintage farm tools.
Rick roasts up a pipin’ hot coffee grinder overhaul and the shop goes full throttle on a nautical tune up a collectible 1930s fishing boat motor.
The clock is running for Rick and his crew when they hail in a 1950s taximeter, and it’s Brettly's big break when he oversees the restoration of a 1800s Zeno gum vending machine.
Rick puts the pedal to the metal when NASCAR driver Greg Biffle asks him to restore his 1970s Montesa motorcycle, and the shop drives forward on a 1950s Kidillac.
Soon-to-be stepbrothers Tyler and Brettly volunteer to tow in a 1947 railroad speeder, and sirens sound when a client brings in a NYC police call box.
Rick has a riddle on his hands after an antique three-wheeled cart with no identification comes into the shop, and the crew has a lot on their plate when a client trucks in a massive 1920s stove.
Rick and his crew face a tough trek when a 1972 Honda ATC motors into the shop, and Ron and Tyler are up to no good as they plan Rick's bachelor bash.
Rick auditions a new employee when a 1950s Cushman scooter with sidecar swerves into the shop, and, the team gets a-rockin' on a 1948 homemade wooden horse.