Head back in time with the Pawn Stars when Rick checks out a fully restored 1960s VW Samba. Featuring a rare 23-window design, will this iconic bus cause him to get bit by the bug? Then, Chum gets scrambled when a piece...
Rick refurbishes a virtual wreck of a classic off-road motorcycle more because he wants to ride it than resell it. A customer brings in a 300 year old gold coin of questionable authenticity. Then Chumlee is stunned when Rick accepts a first offer.
The Pawn Stars are presented with an engraved whale's tooth believed to be authentic 1800's scrimshaw. Can the gang make a whale of an offer or will it be a fluke? Then, the Old Man sets his sights on a pair of mysterious Civil War era rifles.
A customer wants to sell a bowling ball mortar he built which, of course, needs to be test fired by Chumlee. And that's not the only potential purchase with the potential to explode. But a gas mask for babies really bugs Rick.
Rick checks out a Remington revolver reportedly associated with Teddy Roosevelt. Rick authenticates a US Cavalry bugle that a customer trades for an engagement ring. A customer wants to sell a gift from Richard Nixon.
Customers look to sell a room full of Transformer toys, an "Alice in Wonderland" book illustrated by Salvadore Dali, a collection of Kennedy letters and some Micky Mouse telephones that make for a good practical joke.
Customers offer some questionable items; a hand grenade and a peep show machine. Other items include a tin toy motorcycle, JFK memorabilia and a Paul Revere coin. The items that turn out to be real pay off well.
A customer turns up with a double barreled, double caliber rifle and a double barreled pistol. Other items are battered but may be valuable including a pair of Steve Kaufman paintings, a Martin guitar and a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne.
Chumlee appears on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" but nearly blows the opportunity. Customer bring in a Delorean, a Franklin Roosevelt letter and a 1956 Gibson guitar and are surprised to learn their true value.
Rick checks out cowboy bling in the form of two parade saddles. Customers are looking to sell a variety of vintage toys; a cannon, a teddy bear and a couple Schwinn bikes. Of course the cannon begs to be test fired. Then there's the truck load of Sammy Davis Jr. memorabilia.
Chumlee is charged with getting a remote controlled car running. Rick has a Winston Churchill letter verified. But he is creeped out, not to mention risking eternal damnation, when he considers buying a holy relic of the first American born saint.
A customer brings in a goofy looking, three-wheeled, 1960's, electric car but the Old Man loves it. More surprising, when a customer brings in a pair of Air Jordan's Chumlee turns out to be the expert. Then Rick checks out a classic Victrola
Rick is excited by a collection of Old West memorabilia and a pair of European pistols from the 1800's that start with a low asking price. That gives Big Hoss and Chumlee an excuse for a duel. Other items bought in for sale include an Olympic gold medal, a collection of fishing lure and a Schlitz sign.
The Pawn Stars seek counsel when the business card of the infamous Old Western outlaw turned-lawyer John Wesley Hardin moseys into the shop. Will the guys afford the ransom or will this deal meet its end at high noon?
The Pawn Stars prepare to charge when a man brings in a Civil War musket once carried by an ancestor wounded in battle. Complete with rare documentation. Then, Rick blows a gasket when his son Corey sells an extremely rare movie poster from his personal collection. And later, a rusted-out 1950s atomic missile-themed pedal car squeaks its way into the shop.