In search of a rare race car for an important museum client, the guys travel to Italy for what could be the biggest deal of their lives. But when their dolce vita dream goes bust, they hit the road and start picking. Outside Venice, Mike's old friend Flavio has a sweet collection of retro motorbikes. Plus, he puts the guys back on track with a series of leads and an energetic interpreter.
In search of a rare race car for an important museum client, the guys travel to Italy for what could be the biggest deal of their lives. But when their dolce vita dream goes bust, they hit the road and start picking.
Leaving Italy behind, the guys drive clear across the continent to England where they haggle over an iconic red phone booth with a raunchy urban past. Next door, a British eccentric's garage is packed with motorized treasures.
With a line-up of hair-raising Halloween picks, the guys crawl back underground in Pennsylvania in search of the "Mole Man." Later, the guys look for rusty relics at an abandoned Oklahoma amusement park. In Missouri, Mike and Frank tour a former penitentiary with a seriously spooky vibe. Notorious for hauntings, the massive institution is one of the darkest and creepiest places they've ever picked.
In Kansas, Mike and Frank meet an octogenarian artist whose collection includes a shrine to each of his six ex-wives and every other woman he's ever been with. Picking a fellow picker, the guys visit a sprawling junkyard that's packed with rusty gold. Meanwhile, back in Iowa, Danielle discovers the guys have been keeping an expensive secret from her.
A Kansas junkyard is packed with rusty old cars, signs, and machinery, but it's nothing compared to the awesome collection inside. Later, in a town that was annihilated by a tornado, the guys put picking aside to jump-start a charity auction instead. Meanwhile in Iowa, the construction crew uncovers a costly surprise while breaking ground on the new store addition.
The guys are freestyling in Kansas with a completely empty van when they stumble upon a staggering honey hole. Later, a couple's garage sale collection looks like a bust. That is, until the guys uncover barn after barn of awesome stuff. Meanwhile in Iowa, Danielle learns that Frank's coin-op motorbike is worth some serious coin.
In pursuit of a red-hot lead, the guys are in Oklahoma where they're determined to track down the motorbike that once belonged to legendary gangsters Bonnie and Clyde. Down the road, the owner of a sprawling salvage yard is notorious for hanging on to everything. Meanwhile in Iowa, Danielle seals the deal on the mother lode of retro movie posters.
Once a roadie for a long list of fabled performers, Travis' home is like a rock'n'roll scrapbook. Later, in Louisiana, the guys get seriously fired up at the Bonnie & Clyde Ambush Museum. And while the collection is off limits, owner Boots offers up a promising lead. Down the road, the guys uncover a killer collection of negatives and a bass with a potential link to the King of Rock'n'Roll.
In Missouri, Mike and Frank stumble upon a labyrinth of curious finds during a freestyle pick. Down the road in Oklahoma, they tour a vintage car company where the owner's entire collection of retro relics is for sale. Meanwhile, the boys' crate of European treasure has landed in the States. And while Danielle handles logistics, Robbie delivers an expensive motorbike that may have been damaged during shipment.
A costume shop in upstate New York is an unlikely place for a pick, but owner Nicky and her husband have also amassed an entire barn full of awesome stuff. Later, Mike climbs over a wall of chairs to uncover a stash of Art Deco cigarette machines. Back in Iowa, an appraiser is awestruck by a recent find, and Mike's coveted 1911 Harley is finally ready for its first test drive.
Mike and Frank find themselves in paradise when they unearth an elephant, an alligator, and a life-size sculpture of Elvis in rural Vermont. While freestyling in New York, an awesome rusted-out trailer leads to a treasure trove of folk art finds and rare military memorabilia. Back in Iowa, Danielle gets encouraging news from an appraiser, but construction on the store is causing a headache.
In Colorado, a fast-talking negotiator is determined to get top dollar for every last piece of her collection. Down the road, a local artist has a killer collection of atomic age lamps and pricey glow-in-the-dark sculptures. Later, a lone mountain home features its own jailhouse, an underground bomb shelter, and an awesome collection of Western ware.
A 135-year-old Colorado opera house is packed with vintage Americana and Mike and Frank are determined to buy whatever they can. Down the road in Colorado Springs, the boys visit a fellow picker's junkyard home. And while the property is a bonanza of rusty gold, his prices are through the roof.