The guys are on an assignment that's 150 years in the making. The Gettysburg Museum asks Mike and Frank to help expand its collection by hunting down some hard to find Civil War items. It's a daunting task made even harder with a limited budget. Danielle gets things rolling when she sends them to a previous customer who's a Civil War buff. Frank scores a Spencer Carbine. They next visit a collector, Keith, who doesn't want to sell, but they convince him to loan a rare Dog River Confederate sword to the museum. They also buy a Springfield musket and canteen. But their ...
In Florida, the guys visit a couple of old lovebird-soulmates whose prolific collection is out of this world. An awesome circus property turned animal preserve features lions and tigers and bears (oh my!), and a dusty barn that's packed to the rafters with old trunks. The guys are freestyling in a storm when a zebra-striped vintage motorbike leads to a ramshackle property. A major score leads to an unlikely reunion at a vintage motorbike museum.
On their first-ever trip through Arizona, the guys tap into their spirit animals to track down a lifetime picker whose property is packed with killer stuff. A real-deal cowboy with a serious poker face, Fargo's Wild West ranch is like stepping back in time. And, while picking behind a remote strip mall, a bizarre totem pole catches Mike's eye but it's an original Air Stream trailer that renders him speechless.
Mike and Frank are picking their way through Florida when they get a lead on a potential gold mine: A former motorbike racer, Steve's five-acre property is like an automotive graveyard! On 'Planet Sidecar' the guys discover an off-grid hangar-sized geodesic dome home that's packed with collectibles. Mike's hunger for seafood ends up satisfying his appetite for picking when a waterfront lunch leads to a chance meeting with a trio of local businessmen.