The team faces its most expensive item ever; Jimmy tries to make a deal on a 1930s Bonnie & Clyde Model Ford; a customer looks to pawn his herd of donkeys, but will Jimmie make room for a zoo?
The shop checks out a long-lost album by Jerry Lee Lewis; a deputy sheriff tried to sell his Civil War-era Colt Dragoon revolver; Jimmie and Tammie try to befriend a pygmy goat for sale.
A classic “Dukes of Hazard” General Lee Charger screeches into the shop; the guys try to polish up a deal on a 1920s shoeshine stand; Jimmie and Johnnie consider a Civil War-era field medical kit.
The shop gets into the beekeeping business; Jimmie tries to buy a rare military-grade sniper rifle; a customer lugs in a steel hatch he believes is from a World War II submarine.
The team chases down a 1951 Chevy Deluxe police car; Jimmie tries to land a deal on an M4 Carbine semi-automatic; a shop regular brings in a silver and turquoise leather belt he found at a yard sale.
The team tries to buy a classic Louisiana boat and checks out two Civil War diaries; Jimmie puts the pedal to the metal to make a deal for a 1972 Chevelle.
The guys hope they’ve discovered a 1700s flintlock gun used by pirates; Jimmie checks out a Greyhound bus that may have belonged to Barbara Mandrell; Joker tries to sell his motorized wheelchair.
The team tries to buy a rare WWII biplane and a lock of Abraham Lincoln’s hair; a customer tries to sell his Mako fishing boat, but will Johnnie and Tammie take a chance to tzoon through the bayou?
The shop checks out a 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle; a Porsche 917 racecar roards by the shop; Johnnie tries to keep his cool when an 11-foot Anaconda skin slithers its way up to the counter.
“Shoe Shine” Mike rolls in with his champion show pig; Jimmie and Tammie check out an early 1900s hydraulic dentist chair; Joker comes in with a walking stick that may have belonged to Geronimo.
The shop encounters a 1790s pocket watch from George Washington; the guys bid on a Mardi Gras float; Johnnie and Yankee check out an antique bateau, one of Louisiana’s first swamp boats.
The crew jumps onboard a houseboat on the bayou; Johnnie and Yankee check out a ’66 Ford Mustang; a Civil War document detailing the history of a Texas cavalry sharpshooter marches into the shop.
The shop sets sights on a WWI military periscope rifle; Bayou Bob hopes to sell his 1890s Mechanical Marvel engine; Jonnie tries to buy a 1950s military field phone that doubled as a torture device.
The shop checks out a 1990 Ferrari 348; Johnnie and Robby try to milk some profit at a dairy farm; a man brings in late-1800’s French gun that combines brass knuckles, a knife blade and a revolver.
The shop takes aim at a 1921 Tommy gun; Jimmie and Tammie try to secure a land grand signed by President Andrew Jackson; Joker tries to strike it rich with a rare 1929 gold coin.
The shop races to check out a 1975 Mac Fire Truck; a rusty best railroad track known as a Sherman necktie rolls into the shop; Joker hopes to sell his classic 1950s popcorn machine.
The shop takes aim at a WWII 50-caliber gun; Jimmie and Tina check out photos from Apollo 13’s rescue; the shop stumbles upon an 1880’s railroad lockbox thought stolen by outlaw Eugene Bunch.
The shop unsheathe a pair of Civil War Union swords; Johnnie and Walt kick the tires of a 1932 Ford Model A Cabriolet; Jimmie ties to put a leash on a an iconic Blue Dog print.
A seller brings in a rare 1915 Gibson duel harp guitar; Johnnie and Fred check out a crawfish business; Jimmie tries to buy a Liberator, a disposable handgun dropped behind enemy lines during WWII.
The shop checks out an ultra-fast racing go-kart; Johnnie and Walt stand on the tip of their toes when a stuffed lion leaps into the shop; a man tries to sell his double barrel knife pistol.
The shop inspects an1866 Springfield Trapdoor rifle; a man brings in a Native American artifact tied to a U.S. peace treaty; a young picker tries to make a deal on a Civil War cavalry horse bit.
Johnnie and Yankee check out a muster of peacocks; Jimmie negotiates for a rare WWI Luger pistol; Johnnie hears sweet music when a rare, vintage Monarch accordion bellows into the shop.
Johnnie and Tammy attempt to strike a deal on a 1971 Fender Precision Bass guitar that will leave Jimmie speechless.
The shop checks out a 1950s U.S. Army Jeep; Jimmie and Tammie get all shook up by a scarf worn by Elvis; Tammie and Walt consider tapping into reserves to buy a vintage 1960s gas pump.