Frank jumps for joy as he and Mike pick a recently closed toy museum ready to sell its collection of treasures.
Outside of Washington, D.C., Mike and Frank find a stash of untouched inventory from one of the country's oldest bicycle and sporting goods store.
Plowing through a 40-acre salvage yard, Mike and Frank harvest a few lost treasures, including a never-before-seen farmer's mini-bike.
Frank falls hard for a rare Harley-Davidson Knucklehead at a collector's hidden California compound.
Mike and Frank use the force to uncover a secret "Star Wars" stash in California; the guys attempt to make a deal on a mint 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air; Mike stares down the headlights of a rare Ford; a Tennessee home hides a big secret.
Mike and Frank find a massive warehouse in Chicago filled with cast-off treasures, including some superstar sports memorabilia.
In California, Mike falls for the sweetest classic Ford pick-up he's ever seen.
Mike and Frank harvest a few lost treasures while plowing through a 40-acre salvage yard and uncover a stash of untouched inventory from a bicycle and sporting goods store; the guys come across a hidden hideaway in the Appalachian mountains.
In North Carolina, Mike and Frank are first in line to pick a collection of circus and sideshow memorabilia; Mike stares down the headlights of a rare Ford; the guys pick a home hiding a big secret; Mike and Frank discover a fleet of concept cars.
Mike and Frank visit a woman who feels overwhelmed by her incredible inheritance; an octogenarian speeds around his property on his mini bike; the guys stumble across the mother lode of Americana; Mike takes an epic road trip in a convertible.
The picking gets red, hot and blue in a Louisiana warehouse as Mike makes a move on Gypsy Grandma, the queen of arcade games; enhanced.
In a jam-packed home, Mike and Frank find superhero heaven, coming across a rare Superman comic as well as the very first Spider-Man comic worth $50,000; enhanced.
The guys visit a jaw-dropping Kentucky property with a racetrack that revives an old Mike and Frank rivalry; a freestyle stop in North Carolina looks like a bust until a one-of-a-kind TV relic is unearthed.
Mike and Frank have their work cut out for them on a huge property with more custom 1932 Fords than they have ever seen in one place; Danielle takes on an important military mission.
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; enhanced.
Mike and Frank roll up on a coin-op empire ruled by sisters who are ready to rumble for every penny.
Mike and Frank land on the doorstep of a former arms dealer and her Judo champion husband; the guys encounter a mad scientist who creates his own lightening; Mike flips for a coin-op elephant and a staggering collection of mannequins; enhanced.
Mike and Frank find a classic 1933 Ford that's been sitting for such a long time that a tree has grown up around it, but nothing will stop them from rescuing this rare ride; enhanced.
Mike and Frank uncover a once-in-a-lifetime find and must decide whether to go big or go home; Mike gets down-and-dirty to rescue a discovery from Mother Nature.
It's a picking paradise as Mike and Frank come across a huge 200,000 square-foot factory turned private collection by Woody, its dumpster-diving owner; enhanced.
Mike stumbles upon a century-old Jell-O ice cream wagon worth thousands; Robbie makes a huge offer on an iconic Ford; enhanced.
Mike and Frank visit a collector who's under pressure to downsize; a hunch leads to a bonanza of rare vintage cars; the guys meet a man who has pieces on display in the Smithsonian; the guys are hindered by a father-daughter power struggle; enhanced.
While combing through a mind-blowing collection, Mike stares down the headlights of a rare Ford; the guys pick a Tennessee home hiding a big secret; enhanced.
Mike and Frank pick the collection of a mysterious businessman known as the Colonel; the guys go hog wild at a sprawling ranch in Texas, where Mike flips for a Volkswagen bus; Frank finds a storied heirloom that re-ignites a high school obsession.
Mike and Frank are first in line to pick an incredible North Carolina collection of weird and wonderful circus and sideshow memorabilia; enhanced.
A visit to a Kentucky property with a racetrack revives a rivalry between Mike and Frank; a stop in North Carolina looks like a bust until the guys unearth a one-of-a-kind TV relic; enhanced.
Mike and Frank comb through a collection of sideshow memorabilia; the team strives to get a 1929 Roadster safely down a decaying elevator; Mike hears hissing coming from beneath a collection; the guys find ultra-rare motorcycle parts; enhanced.
Mike and Frank put thousands of dollars on the line to strike a deal with a tough negotiator; the guys meet Hubba, a rockabilly reverend with many talents.
Mike and Frank try to buy from a handyman on a unique homestead; in New York, the guys visit a computer store packed with technological artifacts; the guys are stunned by a house with storefronts frozen in time, containing never-sold stock; enhanced.
Mike and Frank visit a tourist attraction; a collector shuts down deal after deal; Frank meets an old friend in the heartland of beer; faced with a packed property, the guys race to find what they're looking for before nightfall; enhanced.
When they uncover one of the rarest motorcycles in the world, Mike and Frank must come up with more money than ever before to try and seal the ultimate deal; enhanced.
Mike and Frank explore a stash of ultra-rare motorcycle parts found behind a secret wall, and they find the ultimate aviation collectible, a propeller linked to Charles Lindbergh; enhanced.
Mike and Frank visit a packed property and split up to find what they're looking for before nightfall; Mike discovers something living in the attic; enhanced.
In the heartland of beer, Frank is surprised to meet an old friend; the guys secretly prepare a surprise build for Danielle; enhanced.
Mike and Frank are stunned by a house with storefronts frozen in time, containing a bounty of never-sold stock and a secret bootlegging basement; enhanced.
Mike and Frank get the pick of a lifetime when they go behind the scenes at a famous tourist attraction; in Cape Cod, Mass., a collector shuts down deal after deal until his wife steps in; enhanced.
If the guys can't get a mammoth 1929 Roadster safely down a decaying 100-year-old elevator, they will be $20,000 in the hole; Mike uncovers a surprise when he hears hissing coming from beneath a collection; enhanced.
Mike and Frank attempt to buy from a handyman who lives on a unique homestead, but the handyman's deal making could end the pick before it begins; enhanced.
In Detroit, Frank takes a big risk on one of the greatest pieces he's ever seen; Mike acquires a Purple Heart along with a very special mission; enhanced.
After a mammoth pick on a 25-acre homestead, Mike and Frank comb through the largest collection of sideshow memorabilia they've ever seen; enhanced.
Mike and Frank have their hands full with a high-strung super collector who may bounce off the walls; Danielle lands in New York City for a high-stakes auction of rock memorabilia; enhanced.
The guys meet a scientist who creates his own lightning and hypnotizes Frank; enhanced.
On a family compound, Mike flips for a coin-operated elephant; a staggering collection of A-list mannequins leaves Mike speechless.
Mike and Frank land on the doorstep of a former arms dealer and her Judo-champion husband to make a killer backroom deal.
At a drive-in, Mike and Danielle uncover a vintage reel of Beatles' footage that could be one of a kind.
Frank goes nuts for a 100-year-old snack icon; Mike falls hard for a Roaring Twenties roadster.
Mike and Frank pick the collection of a reclusive businessman known as "the Colonel," who goes to great lengths to keep his identity a secret.