A series in which a team restores objects to their original condition begins with a 1960s' three-wheeled Marketeer golf cart; and a 1950s' Hopalong Cassidy bicycle.
A 1940s penny-arcade strength tester; and a 1930s gum-and-cigarette vending machine.
It gets bumpy when the guys try to revamp a mechanical bull. Also: a 1940s soda cooler.
Rick and the team work on a hefty 1900s penny scale and a 1930s baby stroller.
A photo from the 1930s. Also: The guys visit the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, Cal.
A 1920s chainsaw; a unique slot machine.
A '50s vending machine; an antique copper pest sprayer from the 1900s.
A suit of armor is restored in the Season 5 premiere.
A vintage arcade game; a 1976 Evel Knievel Junior Roadmaster bicycle.
Illusionist David Copperfield hires Rick to restore two items from his magic museum's collection.
A 1965 Chevrolet truck; and a 1940s coin-operated peep show machine.
A 1960s playground rocket slide; a 1930s pump.
A helicopter gunner helmet from the Vietnam War; and a 1948 Coca-Cola vending machine.
A 1950s Cushman scooter with a sidecar; a 1948 homemade wooden horse.
A Buffalo Forge grill; a replica of an F-105 fighter jet.
A uranium detector; an electric scoreboard from the '40s.
A 1940s boxing bell; a vintage slot machine.
The guys make a customized couch for Rick Harrison ("Pawn Stars").
A 1960s Murray tricycle; a 1959 coin-operated Western Express amusement ride; and an apple-vending machine from the 1930s.
A 1970s popcorn machine; a seat from a 1950s fighter jet.
An 1800s coffee grinder; a 1930s fishing-boat motor.
An alarm clock from the early 1900s; a vintage Wayne gas pump from the 1940s.
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