This time on American Pickers... In Upstate New York, the guys stop in at a sprawling treasure-laden farm where the barn doors are wide open, and where 14 jam-packed trailers beckon. Later, an eccentric mother-daughter duo is selling their extraordinary 1856 home and everything in it. And finally, the guys visit an old cheese factory that's been boarded up for years, and it takes the local fire department to break down the doors to get to the hot items.
This time on American Pickers... The guys challenge themselves to trade a vintage cup dispenser they can't sell for an even better prize. And their first stop is a dilapidated century home that's filled with an auctioneer's incredible collection. Later, an Indiana man's meticulous collection contains over 16,000 items. And finally, after a red-hot pick at Tim's VW village, the guys make a major league discovery in the dugout of the St. Louis Cardinals.
This time on American Pickers... The guys pick a Kentucky farm where they end up cornered by a crazy red-eyed emu! Later, when one great pick leads to another, the guys find themselves touring Jerry's awesome collection of eclectic oversized curios where Mike spies a treasure he's spent a lifetime looking for! And finally, the guys surprise an old friend of Mike's - a famous Nashville set decorator named Ruby - and search her amazing hangar-sized warehouse of cool stuff.
This time on American Pickers... Driving along the back roads of Tennessee, the guys discover a property that's packed with awesome 'mantiques'. Later, Randy's Smokey Mountain property features four jam-packed barns but getting him to part with anything proves to be a challenge. And, Mike and Frank get a warm welcome from a lifetime picker whose staggering collection spans over 30 buildings.
This time on American Pickers... Entertainment legend William Shatner hires Mike and Frank to find a few showstoppers for his new home! And, while they vow to go where no pickers have gone before, the scope of the design project is daunting! With just one week until the big reveal, they scour the back roads of Tennessee. And, hoping to find a garden showpiece, they visit a millstone collector whose wares are pricey and weigh a ton!
This time on American Pickers... The guys pick a South Carolina hardware store that's filled to the rafters with century-old inventory. With a missile on the lawn, a Georgia collector's property features building after building of awesome stuff, and for the first time ever, he says he's ready to part with some of his treasures! And, in backwoods Alabama, the guys are invited to a down-home country auction called the Possum Trot.
Cruising along the California coastline, the guys know they're in for something big. Mil Blair founded the iconic motorcycle magazine Easyriders and, for the first time ever, the legend is willing to sell some of his rare collections of motorbikes and memorabilia. Later, the guys visit Bird's temple of surfing. Although he doesn't normally sell, the guys convince him to part with a few choice surfboards. Also, the guys visit Alfie in the Malibu Hills. His eclectic collection includes over a half million albums and a real bombshell. And finally, they get their new ...
This time on American Pickers... Mike and Frank gain priority access to a California salvage yard piled high with promise. And the staggering yet meticulous collection is like nothing they've ever seen before! Mike eyes a rare brass diving helmet that could help a worthy cause. A great big barn yields a horse worth serious coin. And, when a random lunch leads to a Wild West-style picking opportunity, it's up to Frank the 'free throw king' to seal the deal on the basketball court.
This time on American Pickers... Mike and Frank are revved up about a new client: the NASCAR Hall of Fame. And its curators have asked them to scour the country for roadside relics that tell the story of auto racing. Veteran racer Tiger Tom's collection dates back over half a century. The guys track down the former president of the Charlotte Motor Speedway. And, a former pit crew mechanic of a NASCAR champion has a jaw-dropping collection of artifacts
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 in Arizona on a picking mission when they receive a call from Rick Harrison of Pawn Stars (2009), requesting that they try to find a 1957 Chevrolet for the Old Man's 70th birthday present. But the trouble is that, if you know what you're looking for, it's hard to find. Rick Dale from American Restoration also appears in this episode.
Mike and Frank are cruising around Daytona Beach, and while the sun is shining outside, the van reeks and the hunt is on to find out why. The guys stumble onto a street lined with abandoned businesses and fall head over heels for a girly neon bar sign. Randy's suburban home is packed with rare collectibles, when the guys get a load of his prices, it's time to pull out all the stops.
Mike and Frank are picking their way through Florida when they get a lead on a potential gold mine -- a five-acre property that's an automotive graveyard. The guys also visit an off-the-grid hangar-sized geodesic dome home where they discover two gems: a very rare piece of rock 'n' roll history and an unusual motorcycle sidecar.
The guys head to the Lone Star State, hoping to uncover a Texas-size honey hole. Once there, Mike and Frank dig through a huge outbuilding filled with dead coin-operated games (in the dark because the electricity was out). While they make an offer on a few rare gems, the owner struggles to let go of his grandpa's merchandise and all the memories that go with them.
Thousands of miles from home, the guys are scouring the back roads of Texas desperate to find the big-ticket item that will make the long trip worthwhile. Just like his late father, Aardean is a funeral director who never throws anything away. And with everything from neon crucifixes to an embalming table with an incredible history, the guys are dying to dive in!
In Arkansas, Frank and Danielle pick a former trading post that's packed with awesome Americana. Later, Dr. Smith's family hospital has been shuttered for decades and it's filled with vintage medical curios.
The guys head to Michigan hoping to strike automotive gold in the heart of the America's car capital. Clearing the contents of derelict storage lockers, Brian's sprawling auction house is a picker's playground where Mike and Frank get junk drunk as they dig deep.
Driving through Michigan in a freak spring snowstorm, the prospects look bleak until the guys spot an interesting old Cadillac for sale. With their picking senses twitching, they stop to see what else is on the property. Frank falls hard for a deluxe Model A roadster. But to seal the deal, he's got to talk to the boss and she's not at home!
Determined to uncover a hidden honey hole, the guys are freestyling on their home turf in Iowa. After the boys spot a rusty toy museum sign, lifetime collector George opens the doors to his heavenly collection. A former church turned personal showcase, the shelves are overflowing with vintage toys and George is in the mood to sell.
Mike and Frank are freestyling in Minnesota where they stumble on salvage operator Terry who has a staggering scrap yard. Everything is for sale, including a mother lode of retro signage. Next, coin-op kings Gary and John "say" they're ready to sell some of their vast collection of vintage arcade games. Frank takes a major gamble on some old school peep show coin operated machines.
Looking for roadside relics in West Virginia, the guys pick an Appalachian village museum where Mike ups the ante to score a rare retro motor. The museum's octogenarian owners--The Perrys--have never sold anything before, and after sealing the deal on an odd electric peacock, Mike makes his move.
Hoping to score big on the East Coast, Mike and Frank make stops in Virginia, DC, and Maryland, and are delirious when they find themselves waist-deep in a treasure-packed machine shop. Harry's property is wired for maximum security and once the guys gain access to his amazing vault, Mike makes a high-stakes gamble.
While Mike and Frank pick the back roads of Minnesota, they challenge Danielle to sell a ten-foot fiberglass cowboy boot that's been gathering dust for over a year. After a lifetime in the demolition business, Fast Eddie has tons of unusual oversize treasures. A great lead gives the guys first crack at a treasure-packed farmyard estate sale.