The guys visit Dan Haggerty's California home.
A retired auctioneer and his daughter engage in some big-time haggling; Mike finds a long-sought 1930s Cord convertible.
The guys explore barns in Upstate New York.
Mike struggles to free a huge vintage sign. Also, the guys try to seal an impossible deal, and Danielle and Frank bask in a final joyride in a 1956 Chevy.
A 135-year-old opera house in Colorado is explored.
Mike uncovers vintage pilot gear on a sprawling New England property. Other finds include automotive artifacts and motorcycle equipment.
A red phone booth is found in England.
A retro billboard is found in Arkansas.
The Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum in Louisiana is visited.
An intervention is staged by Mike and Frank.
The guys visit a man who hasn't thrown away anything since the 1950s, and doesn't look like he may change his mind.
The guys engage in serious negotiations with siblings at an antique shop closed since the 1970s. Later, they find a historic aircraft with an intriguing backstory.
The men go to Michigan, anticipating automotive treasures. Included: an automotive advertising-art collection; a collection of antique car and gas station memorabilia; and a collection of MotoMeters.
Part 1 of 2. A rare race car is sought in Italy.
Conclusion. A skeletal Fiat 500 is found in Rome.
Tennessee's Dollywood theme park is toured.
The guys check out a chilling collection at a former gas station transformed into an eccentric home.
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