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 ...
New guy Chris is tested on a Dale Drake scooter—and Kowboy's hazing. A trip to a Renaissance fair gives inspiration for a suit of armor looking for a regal restoration.
Rick sees a big challenge when a rare 1940s Mobil Pegasus sign rolls into the shop, and the team gets more than they bargained for when picking-nerd Leonard tries to score a job.
Rick hands Brettly a project on a 1970s Popcorn machine tune up, and the crew buckles up for a wild ride when an ejection seat from a 1950s F106 fighter jet lands at the shop.
A 1970s Wet Bike, an early version of a jet-ski, cruises into the shop, and Rick test a loud-mouth new painter named Niko in a competition against Counting Cars’ Horny Mike.
A 1964 NASA Jet Pack signed by astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Gene Cernan blasts into the shop, and returning customer Darius brings in a World War II-era bomb.
When a 1950s Cushman Ice Cream Cart glides into Rick's, the shop digs in for a sweet retro ride, and new picker Leonard takes his first treasure hunting trip with Ron.
A 1960s Electric Mini-Car arrives for a car show quality upgrade, and Rick feels the heat when he's asked to throw the first pitch in a LA Dodgers' game.
Rick is tasked to repurpose a retro cigarette dispenser into a bike tool vending machine, and Tyler steps in for Rick to bid on rare 1950s pedal bulldozer project.
An early 1900s Electro-Shock Alarm Clock arrives in need of hard-to-find parts, and the shop tries to convert a vintage 1940s Wayne Gas Pump into a polo player's equipment locker.
A client asks Rick to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed inspired by Herbie the Love Bug, and Rick gets more than he bargained for when he lets Caveman crash in the boneyard.
A client cruises in with a 1962 mini-Corvette to be modeled after his full-size version, and a 1950s coin-operated mustang ride hoofs it into the shop.
A New Jersey amusement park owner brings a Hurricane Sandy-damaged, 1920s Haunted House Car to the shop, and Rick calls on Ted and new painter Niko.