Mike and Frank use the force to uncover a secret Star Wars stash in California. The guys try to make a deal on a mint '56 Chevy Belair. While combing through a unique collection, Mike finds a rare Ford. The guys pick a Tennessee home hiding a secret. Mike makes a mistake in Indiana. Later, the guys get a warm reception from a collector in Ohio, but the pick brings an unexpected sting.
Featuring a never-before-seen farmer's mini-bike; a stash of untouched inventory from one of the country's oldest bicycle and sporting goods store; and a hidden hideway filled with history and mementos from a bluegrass legend.
In this enhanced 3-hour episode, the guys are first in line to pick an incredible North Carolina collection of weird and wonderful circus and sideshow memorabilia. While combing through the collection, Mike stares down the headlights of a rare Ford; and the guys pick a home hiding a big secret. Then, Mike and Frank discover an amazing fleet of one-of-a-kind concept cars. Some so unique they don't even know how to price them.
The guys visit a woman overwhelmed by an incredible inheritance, and she opens the doors to a secret vault. They meet an 80-year-old rebel who speeds a mini bike around his massive property. Mike takes a Route 66 road trip in a 1930s convertible to bring the car back to the widow of its previous owner.
When a freestyle lands them on the doorstep of a former arms dealer and her judo champion husband, the guys make a back-room deal. The guys encounter a mad scientist who creates his own lightning and hypnotizes Frank. On a family compound near NYC, Mike flips for the coin-op elephant in the room, and a staggering collection of A-list mannequins leaves him speechless.
The guys visit a hardcore collector in California who's under pressure from his County to downsize. A roadside hunch leads to a bonanza of rare vintage cars. Next, the guys meet a man who had pieces on display in the Smithsonian, but find that what he's held on to is even more mind-blowing. A father/daughter power struggle is a roadblock to picking a century farm. Mike and Frank get a lead from a fellow picker. The toughest obstacle is making a deal with the "Godfather of Junk".
Enhanced episode. They pick a large collection of sideshow memorabilia; take a 1929 Roadster down a decaying 100-year-old elevator; uncover a surprise when they hear hissing coming from beneath an out-of-control collection; explore a stash of rare motorcycle parts found behind a secret wall; and find an aviation collectible, a propeller linked to Charles Lindbergh.