A 1966 Harley Davidson rides into the shop. Will Corey risk it all to cruise away with this chopper, or will he suffer a major blowout? Then, Rick flashes back to the '60s when a collection of original NBC promotional posters unroll in the shop
An original sketch from "Rocky and Bullwinkle" is brought into the shop. Will Rick and Chum be drawn to it or will their plans get erased? Then, Rick is presented with what is believed to be a first edition of Richard Nixon's memoirs.
A signed AC/DC album electrifies the shop. Will Chum get it "done dirt cheap" or will he wind up on the "Highway to Hell"? Then, Rick gets fired up over a Beals Model Remington revolver.
A first edition of Oscar Wilde's "The Happy Prince" is brought into the shop. Then, Corey steps into the ring with a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska.
An archive of items signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is brought into the shop. Will this presidential collection get Rick's vote or will it get vetoed? Then, Rick is presented with a rare photograph of Babe Ruth from his rookie season.
A signed handwritten letter from Founding Father James Monroe arrives at the shop. Can Rick make a revolutionary deal or will be persuaded to vote against it? Then, Corey and Chumlee make a pass for an authentic promotional Playboy chair.
A Brown Bess musket fires its way into the shop. Then, Rick hits the books when Thomas Jefferson's personal copy of Jay's Treaty marches in. Later on, Corey gets rocked when a smashed guitar from KISS front man Paul Stanley comes by.
A piece of original artwork from the 1995 Batman-Spiderman crossover comic swings into the shop. Will Corey and Chum come out heroes and capture this comic book memorabilia? Then, Rick checks out a deadly Revolutionary War halberd.
Art posters by Shepard Fairey unroll in the shop. Made by the same artist that produced the famous President Obama posters, can Rick make the deal? Then, Corey and Chumlee get out of this world when checking out a Mork figurine.
Rick checks out an 1800s first edition book about the Underground Railroad. Then, a full set of a baseball cards given only to troops during Desert Shield is brought in.
A signed Red Hot Chili Peppers album sizzles into the shop. Will Rick take this piece of Rock and Roll history to "Higher Ground," or will he "Give it Away"? Then, Corey saddles up when a Mobo Bronco toy gallops in.
Handprints signed by Sylvester Stallone pummels into the shop. Will Rick score a knockout deal, or go down a Rocky road? Then, Rick scouts out two signed Norman Rockwell lithographs.
Revolutionary War documents signed by King George III reign into the shop. Will the documents be fit for a king, or a royal faux pas? Then, Chum feels the need for speed when checking out a pair of Cushman Scooters.
An Eli Whitney Civil War revolver drops into the shop. Will Rick go forth and win this firearm, or will he blow his shot? Then, Corey boldly goes where no man has gone before when checking out a signed picture of the original Star Trek cast.
A 1951 Willys Wagon pulls into the shop. Will Rick kick the deal into high gear or will he fall off the wagon? Then, Rick takes a stab at a pair of 19th-century European swords.
A baseball believed to be signed by the 1959 World Series Champions, the Dodgers, gets thrown into the shop. Then, Rick gets his big break when he is presented with a rare Berndt-Maurer 1930s movie camera.
A Line Drive Pinball Machine bumps into the shop. Will Corey get the high score, or will it be game over? Then, don't count Rick out when he checks out an 1895 Morgan Dollar.
Concert posters signed by Johnny Cash and Stevie Ray Vaughn rock the shop. Will Corey get them for a song, or will they be out of tune? Then, Rick feels the rush when checking out original blueprints of the Hoover Dam.
A 1965 Panama Canal service medal is presented to the shop. Will Rick keep his eyes on the prize or will he fail to complete his mission? Then, Corey sets his sights on a Renaissance-era crossbow.
The Pawn Stars check out a Superman vs. Muhammad Ali comic book. Will it be a knockout deal for Corey, or will he throw in the towel? Then, Rick finds himself in the grey when inspecting an Edward Hopper charcoal piece.
The world's rarest Hot Wheels car, the Beach Bomb #1, rolls into the shop. Will Rick get supercharged to make a deal or will he get dumped? Then, Rick gets creative when checking out an etching by Rembrandt.
A signed first edition copy of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" skips into the shop. Will Rick make a deal with his brain or will he not have the courage? Then, Corey races to check out a one-of-a-kind Turbo Drive II arcade game.
Rick goes to check out a 1966 Chevy II. Will Rick be able to get the deal started on this classic car? Then, Rick has to make a monumental decision when a program from the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty is brought in.
Two original #1 comic books from the Avengers and Giant Size X-Men series fly into the shop. Then, Corey is faced with a mystery when he is presented with a cane belonging to William Pinkerton from the infamous Pinkerton detective agency.
A 1763 flintlock pistol fires into the shop. Will Corey bring out the big guns or will the deal end in a draw? Then, Rick scopes out a 1890s telescope cane.
They come face-to-face with a life-size Creature from the Black Lagoon. Will Corey reel in the deal or will he be out of his depth? Then, Rick gets the inside scoop with a handwritten love letter from Judy Garland to Frank Sinatra.
A 1923 Babe Ruth baseball card, graded a perfect 10, steps up to the plate. Then, Rick is brought back to the 1930s when an unrestored children's tricycle pedals into the shop.
A 1963 Beatles signed guitar strums into the shop. Will Rick let it be or yell for help? Take a ride with Corey as he gets revved up when he checks out a 1981 Suzuki motorcycle.