Rick gets a chill when a beat-up 50's Bevador beverage cooler comes in for a fix-up, and when a 40's Rexair vacuum/air filter arrives in pieces, Rick wonders if he'll be able to put it back together.
A rare 1930's photo booth arrives at Rick's, the crew shoots for a picture-perfect restoration, and Rick sends his team to the Rose Bowl Flea Market, where he sold his very first machine decades ago.
A hacked-up 1970's Harley-Davidson golf cart is dropped into the shop,, and vintage 1950's toy horse pedal cart trots in for much-needed rejuvenation.
When a 1920's "wig wag" train signal arrives, Rick and his crew move full steam ahead; Kelly plans a car show at the shop; Rick challenges the crew to find the baddest ride for a mystery prize.
Rick shoots to beat the clock with a 40's high-school electric scoreboard, and an atomic age Uranium detector arrives for a scientific spruce-up.
When a 1920's floor sander rolls in, Rick and his crew clean up their act, and an antique apple vending machine that needs a healthy dose of TLC is shipped to the shop.
When a 50's bowling equipment vending machine rolls into Rick's, the guys take aim and hope for a strike, and a 1900's antique copper pest sprayer buzzes to the shop.
Rick puts pedal to the metal when a toy 1950's Ferrari "Bimbo" Racecar cruises into the shop, and Ron, Tyler and Brettly find a rare safe, nickelodeon, cigar dispensing slot machine and live tigers.
When a 1920's chainsaw arrives, the crew powers up for a razor-sharp restoration, and a customer brings in a unique slot machine--one that dispenses golf balls instead of coins.
Rick visits a strange client to unlock the mystery of a 1937 Iron Lung; a prank war breaks out after Rick gives Tyler lip; and Brettly brings in a big haul after his first solo picking trip.
Billy Joel brings in an item near and dear to his heart so the team prepares for a rock-star restoration, and Rick sends Ron, Tyler and Brettly out on a picking competition.
Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison arrives at the shop looking for his son Corey's birthday present, and Rick suggests a new couch made from and old car—a sofa suitable for Corey's man cave.
Rick's favorite customer Big Mike comes in with a 1964 Ducati motorcycle in a basket, and Tim from the Pinball Hall of Fame needs Rick's help on a 1960s Gatling gun arcade game.
A star-shaped 1970s Carl's Jr. sign arrives in need of a fast-food facelift, and Ron returns from a monster picking trip with a huge haul.
Rick gets a visit from Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, and the crew converts a classic gas pump into a kick-ass "keg-erator."