When a Vegas Pawn Star hauls in a crumbling 1957 Chevy 150, Rick and his team work quickly to overhaul the classic clunker. Later, a couple of American Pickers show up hoping to sell some of their varied vintage valuables.
A custom restoration on a 1967 Ford "Eleanor" Mustang is done for Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds; a 1936 Crocker motorcycle proves difficult to get running; and a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Type 8A is restored for a long-time friend and customer.
A rusted-out 1956 Willys truck is transformed into a BBQ kitchen-on-wheels; a mini-Divco "milk truck" kiddie car from the 1960s is turned into a souped-up go-kart; and Bob is eager to restore a 1952 Bally's coin-operated horse ride.
Steve works on a unique roller-skate car from the 1970s. In addition, Dale tries to restore a 1929 Harley Davidson for a magazine owner, and Bodie puts the focus on a 1930s penny scale for a soda shop.
Bodie tries to restore a rare 1970 GTO "Judge" in one month's time for the SEMA car show. Meanwhile, Andy modernizes a spark plug cleaner into a stereo for a friend; and Steve hatches a plan to transform a beat up 64 Ford Falcon into a work of art.
Andy works on a bizarre kit car that's part VW bug, part DeLorean and part motorcycle; Bodie deals with an early 1900s electric car charger; Dale builds a custom Harley for a customer looking to connect to his past.
Bodie restores a very rare 1948 Davis Divan for the grand reopening of the Petersen Automotive Museum; Monkey Business works on turning a '50s carnival tank into a go-cart for a motorcycle group; and Bob's garage takes on a '70s gas-powered toy.
Dale works on a 90-year-old Indian motorcycle so that it can be used in a traveling motorcycle stunt show; Steve restores a vintage neon sign; Bodie transforms a 1950s cola dispenser into a beer-keg refrigerator.
In the Season 7 premiere, the biggest restoration of Bodie's career hits a snag; Dale's tune-up on a 1946 Harley becomes a full-blown overhaul; and a customer brings in a family relic from the late 1800s.