SEASON PREMIERE: Paul challenges his crew to the first-ever Gallery 63 Pick-Off! Each player has $500 and 1 hour to pick their treasures at an antique market. The one with the largest profit margin on auction day wins everybody's profits.
A pit crew suit from the movie Talladega Nights brings out Cindy's inner redneck; a custom-built Hydroplane Speedboat pushes Paul's aquatic skills to the test; and a guitar labeled "Bigsby" arrives that could be worth a quarter of a million dollars.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off an early 1900s ticket light from Yankee Stadium. Expert appraiser Jamie Breese authenticates a collection of namebrand vintage watches. A seller brings in his family's collection of historic letters signed by Samuel Adams.
This week at Gallery 63, a seller brings in buckets filled with sterling silver; a father and son consign a seaman's locker from the USS Yorktown, and Jon takes in a kiddie ride that pays homage to WWI Flying Ace, the Red Baron.
A seller claims he has President Thomas Jefferson's desk; Jon tries his luck with an antique horse racing game, and Paul gives his teenage son Elijah a shot at his first consignment - a 2.5-ton US Army truck that can drive underwater!
This week at Gallery 63, a rare 1956 Mustang Pony motorcycle goes on the block, and a Star Wars enthusiast retires his Stormtrooper costume. Delfino wants to consign his first item - an eardrum-shattering air raid siren, but he has to make it work first.
This week at Gallery 63, Paul sells a super sleek Dodge Viper that he's on the hook for; a seller brings in a saddle he says was commissioned by the King of Morocco; and Delfino tries to get a pair of classic drive-in movie speakers to work.
This week at Gallery 63, Jon hits the road to pick an antique telephone; Paul takes in 2 paintings by legendary sports artist, Leroy Neiman; a local rapper brings in a souped-up motorcycle, modified by Michael Jordan's racing team.
The Gallery 63 crew auction off an unusual 1930s book filled with autographs from Old Hollywood celebrites and more. The Garretts gamble on their 1930s gas pump and vintage fire alarm. Paul tests out Elijah's vintage lie detector on the gallery crew.
A signed Evel Knievel cape and photos jumps on to the auction block; an antique Heberlein violin looks to make sweet music at auction; and a vintage phone booth dials the Gallery 63 crew into some old school fun.
This week at Gallery 63, a turn-of-the-century haberdashery is delivered for auction; a Massage-A-Belt exercise machine shakes up the crew and hopefully brings some bids; and Paul hopes a vintage Gulf Oil drum - drums up bids at auction!
This week at Gallery 63, Paul goes on a pick and comes back with a vintage shoeshine stand; an authentic bomb squad suit is put on the block; and a seller brings in a pair of WWI binoculars that were part of World War I era "Eyes for the Navy" program.