Rick braces for a tussle when a client brings in a 1950's arm wrestling game, and Kelly decides to take on a bigger role at the shop as the crew works to restore a washing machine from the 1930's.
Rick and the crew work to restore a miniature Model T when a customer picks it out of the boneyard, and a fire fighter brings in a vintage 1930's forest field service phone for transformation.
Sammy Hagar hires Rick to restore a vintage refrigerator into a rum dispenser, and the shop sets to work on a horse-themed slot machine that has been dropped and no longer works.
A client has high expectations of Rick and the crew when he agrees to a $10,000 restoration of his 1950's soda fountain, and a repeat customer challenges the guys to revive his vintage phone booth.
Rick restores a basketball arcade game from the 1950's; a simple disagreement between Tyler and Ron escalates’ and the team is challenged to make an antique barber chair resemble a Shelby Cobra.
Pawn Star Chumlee rolls into the shop with a 1950's Murray pedal car, and the crew works to fix up a 1965 Honda Superhawk that hasn't run since the 80s and is missing one key part.
The shop's super strength is tested when a 1940's Hi-Striker carnival game is dropped off for restoration, and the guys hammer away at fixing up a rare, handmade nail gun from the 1800's.
A customer brings by a disassembled '59 BMW motorcycle with a side car for Rick to restore, and the guys work on an antique pencil dispenser that will be auctioned off for a special cause.
Rick is contacted by Nellis Air Force Base to restore their replica of an F-105 fighter jet, and Tyler's skills are challenged when a unique Buffalo Forge Grill rolls into the shop.
A client's expectations are sky high on a $10,000 restoration of his early 1900's peanut roaster, and Ron and Tyler go digging for gold in a backyard filled with antique gas pumps and signs.
Pawn Star Rick Harrison stops by the shop to get his vintage Pepsi dispenser restored, and Rick feels the pressure when a group hires him to fix a neon sign with historical significance to their town.
When a 1960's Pak Trak hunting scooter lands at the shop, Rick calls Danny "The Count" to check out the unique dirt mobile; Kelly ask Rick to restore a classic Mosrite guitar for Brettly’s birthday.
The crew puts a 1930's Custer Car ride on the fast track and try to pull off a miracle restoration when a a heavily damaged, 8000 pound safe is dropped at the shop.
A unique electric wheelchair made from parts of a 1940's B-17 bomber lands at the shop, and Kelly makes Tyler and Brettly uncomfortable when she does a risqué photo shoot as a gift for Rick.
An antique horse drawn sleigh arrives at the shop needing a complete transformation for the holidays, and Big Mike comes by with a 1930's Dixie Cup dispenser that's missing a key part.
Rick call son on the Danny “the Count” when a vintage scooter is shipped to the shop for a complete restoration, and a dentist stops by with his 1920's x-ray machine.
The team is challenged when a late 1800's Penny Farthing bicycle is delivered to the shop needing a major restoration, and the guys work on a 1930's parlour stove that hasn't worked in decades.
A customer pays $9500 to restore a 1959 coin-operated Western Express amusement ride; a client steals brings in a 1960's Murray tricycle; and a rare apple vending machine from the 1930's arrives.
A rare "Escorter" from the 1964 World's Fair scoots into the shop for a restoration, and the guys work on an antique tool sharpener that a client picks out of the Boneyard.