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American Restoration

American Restoration follows the best restoration shops in the United States as they restore pieces of America's history and create awe-inspiring works from vintage items including classic cars, rare antiques and one-of-a-kind bikes.


Season Season 1 Episode Guide

1 - Hopalong Rick # 1

Hopalong Rick: Rick attempts to restore a 1960s three-wheeled Marketeer Golf Cart for the Pawn Stars. Can his team drive this double bogey into a hole-in-one? (S1, ep 1)

2 - Lights Out # 2

Lights Out: After a severe Las Vegas windstorm knocks down and destroys a local magician's street lamp he calls on some of Rick's restoration magic to fix it. (S1, ep 2)

3 - Space Kowboy # 3

Space Kowboy: Rick takes on an out-of-this-world project when he restores a NASA helmet from the 1960s' Gemini missions. (S1, ep 3)

4 - Ice Cold # 4

Ice Cold: Up against a tight deadline, Rick's team attempts to restore an antique 1940s Hershey's chocolate dispenser and a 1950s Kelvinator Fridge. (S1, ep 4)

5 - Buttered Up # 5

Buttered Up: Amid a rusty loot, Rick discovers an old toy train to renovate and restores a 1948 popcorn machine back to its original hot-popping glory. (S1, ep 5)

6 - Jackpot # 6

Jackpot: Rick and his team gamble on restoring a Prohibition-era slot machine and attempt to give a 1930s Pepsi cooler an overhaul. (S1, ep 6)

7 - Safe Keeping # 7

Safe Keeping: The guys have to find their way inside a giant steel safe before they carry out its urgent restoration. But can they crack its combination code to begin work? (S1, ep 7)

8 - Cooler # 8

Cooler: Rick buys a 1950s Coke cooler with plans to convert it into the holy grail of Coke collectibles: the Hot Dog Cooler Grill. (S1, ep 8)

Season Season 2 Episode Guide

1 - Pumped Up # 1

Pumped Up: Rick and his brother head to a dusty desert scrap yard in search of beat-up antiques to fix and flog. Then, Rick takes a hefty restoration risk with a 1920's gas pump. (S2, ep 1)

2 - Knockout # 2

Knockout: Rick takes a risk in agreeing to restore a 1900's punch bag game. And, against a tight deadline, will a rusted-shut railroad strong-box get the better of his team? (S2, ep 2)

3 - Apples And X Rays # 3

Apples And X-Rays: Rick faces the task of restoring a rare x-ray machine used to fit shoes in the 1940s. Then the guys take a bite out of a project to mend an 1880's apple corer. (S2, ep 3)

4 - Rev'd Up # 4

Rev'd Up: Rick and his team get rev'd up over a rare 1950s British motorcycle in need of renovation. Later, the team take on a heavy task, restoring some 1940's penny scales. (S2, ep 4)

5 - Suck Up # 5

Suck Up: Rick's team service a giant vacuum once used to clean train carriages and take on the retro restoration of a man's red wagon from his childhood. (S2, ep 5)

6 - Duck And Cover # 6

Duck And Cover: Rick and the team head to a Las Vegas museum to restore a 1957 air raid siren. Later, they battle to restore a turn-of-the-century till. But will it sell? (S2, ep 6)

7 - Grippin' Mad # 7

Grippin' Mad: Rick Dale opens his workshop doors on a new set of restoration challenges, beginning with a 1940s penny arcade strength tester and a tiny vending machine. (S3, ep 1)

8 - Hot & Cold # 8

Hot & Cold: The heat is on as the team struggle to restore a 1950s coffee machine. Meanwhile, Rick battles to keep his cool as he converts a 1930s refrigerator into a wine box. (S3, ep 2)

9 - Secret Fan # 9

Secret Fan: Go-kart aficionado Rick is thrilled when one is brought in for restoration. And, eager to impress his dad, Tyler discovers he still has some big lessons to learn. (S3, ep 3)

10 - Anchors Away # 10

Anchors Away: The crew get their feet wet trying to restore a 1952 powerboat. Plus, Rick rolls up his sleeves to spruce up a 1940s kids' tricycle for a Las Vegas museum. (S3, ep 4)

11 - Special Delivery # 11

Special Delivery: Rick shifts into high gear when a 1967 Harley motors in for an overhaul. A 1940s post box also needs a patch-up. But will it be as easy as it looks? (S3, ep 5)

12 - Rusted And Busted # 12

Rusted And Busted: The team races to restore a 1960s coin-operated motorbike and a crumbling 1950s bumper car. But will these retro rides prove more trouble than they are worth? (S3, ep 6)

13 - Wheel & Deal # 13

Wheel & Deal: Rick and the team work to restore a huge horse-drawn fuel delivery wagon. Rusty and rotten, it's a big ask. Could this be the first challenge to beat them? (S3, ep 7)

14 - Missile Impossible # 14

Missile Impossible: Rick and his canny restoration team launch a rapid refurbishment on a 1950s Atomic Missile that belongs to the Pawn Stars. (S3, ep 8)

15 - American Hero # 15

American Hero: Rick and his crew examine a helicopter gunner helmet from the Vietnam War before casting their eyes over a classic 1948 Coca-Cola vending machine. (S3, ep 9)

16 - Close Shave # 16

Close Shave: Rick finds a beaten-up 1940s Koken barber's chair before a client brings in an extremely rare 1950s Coca-Cola cooler. (S3, ep 10)

17 - Picks & Ricks # 17

Picks & Ricks: The Pawn Stars haul in a crumbling 1957 Chevy 150 for a much-needed restoration. The American Pickers rock up too hoping to flog some their vintage valuables. (S3, ep 20)

18 - Batter Up # 18

Batter Up: Rick's crew is put to the test when they tackle a rusty 1920s tyre changer. Plus, a 1940s baseball game is in dire need of an urgent makeover. (S3, ep 11)

19 - Suds And Duds # 19

Suds And Duds: The crew takes on a dirt road restoration when a 1967 Honda Scrambler motorcycle rolls into the shop. Plus, Tyler and Rick work to restore a TWA flight sign. (S3, ep 12)

20 - Cold War Cruisin' # 20

Cold War Cruisin': Rick and his crew take on a big job when a 1962 Czechoslovakia scooter zooms into the shop. They also find a mini 1930s oil tanker in dire need of repair. (S3, ep 13)

21 - Tractors & Trucks # 21

Tractors & Trucks: Rick and the team salvage a 1954 Bantam tractor. Later, they are put to the ultimate test when they agree to fix up a puzzling air brake tester for trains. (S3, ep 14)

22 - Bikes & Barbeques # 22

Bikes & Barbecues: The guys look to buy and restore a 1940s Japanese Maruishi bicycle and a vintage Chiclet sweet vending machine. (S3, ep15)

23 - Surfing The Strip # 23

Surfing The Strip: Crippled by a tight budget, Rick and his team attempt to overhaul a 1900s chemical cart. Plus, a 1940s motorised surfboard is in drastic need of a revamp. (S3, ep 16)

24 - Smoking Hot # 24

Smoking Hot: The guys put all their skills and expertise to the test, as they are challenged to restore a 1940s children's Irish Mail cart and a potbelly stove from 1881. (S3, ep 17)

25 - Milking It # 25

Milking It: The team struggle to restore two rusty kiddie handcar trains. Plus, Ron and Tyler get to work on a 1950s milk vending machine, but will their efforts churn a profit? (S3, ep 18)

26 - Keep On Trucking # 26

Keep On Trucking: Brettly takes the wheel during the ambitious restoration of a beat-up 1965 Chevrolet truck. Ron and Tyler get a sneak peek at a 1940s peep show machine. (S3, ep 19)

27 - Pick, The Pawn & The Polish # 27, The

The Pick, The Pawn & The Polish: The Pickers bring the banged-up Chevy to Rick's Restoration. But they get a nasty shock when they learn just how much work the car needs. (2 of 3)

Season Season 3 Episode Guide

1 - Double Trouble #1

Double Trouble: Rick casts his eyes over a 100-year-old mutoscope before Rick's brother Ron and his son Tyler spot a tarnished tandem bike at a client's house. (S3, ep1)

2 - Pain In The Gas #2

Pain In The Gas. Rick looks for a pair of 1920s visible gas pumps before taking a keen interest in a 1930s horse gambling wheel. (S3, ep2)

3 - Ridin' Route 66 #3

Ridin' Route 66: Rick and his team fine tune a well-worn 1950s Wurlitzer jukebox. Rick also cuts a deal with a local picker to restore a 1940s chocolate bar vending machine. (S3, ep 3)

4 - Slick Pick #4

Slick Pick: Rick salvages two 1950s service station showpieces and a turn-of-the-century Edison film projector. Can he restore them to their former glory? (S3, ep 4)

5 - Buck Wild #5

Buck Wild: Rick gets set for a rough ride when he agrees to restore a vintage mechanical bull. He also takes on a 1940s Pepsi cooler that's in desperate need of a makeover. (S3, ep 5)

6 - Big Move, The #6

The Big Move: Rick's skills are put to the test when a client heaves in a huge 1900s penny scale. The team also tackles the tricky restoration of a 1930s Taylor Tot walker. (S3, ep 6)

7 - Bumper Balls #7

Bumper Balls: Rick works his restoration magic on a vintage Italian bumper car from a local antiques shop. Later, staff take on the revamp of a 1970s toy tractor. (S3, ep 7)

8 - Cold Cuts #8

Cold Cuts: Rick and the team sharpen their restoration skills on a 1900s Berkel meat slicer. They also work their magic on a 1950s stamp vending machine. (S3, ep 8)

9 - Top Dog #9

Top Dog: Rick looks to stamp his mark on a 1940s dog tag maker. Later, the workshop takes on a 1950s toy horse. Can they restore this much-loved toy to its original state? (S3, ep 9)

10 - Big Bang, The #10

The Big Bang: Rich and the team work restoration wonders on a 1960s slot machine from the Silver Slipper Hotel & Casino and a 19th-century cannon. (S3, ep 10)

11 - Tall Order #11

Tall Order: Rick's team overhaul a 1948 Coca-Cola machine battered by Hurricane Irene. They also take on the huge task of restoring an iconic Pep Boys marquee. (S3, ep 11)

12 - Pump & Gun #12

Pump & Gun: Ron and Tyler find a rare rusty pump while on the road. If renovated, it could make them a fortune. But can they cut a deal with its owner? (S3, ep 12)

13 - Tyler's Promotio#13

Tyler's Promotion: Rick and the restoration team fine-tune a 1920s Alba gramophone. They also fix up a 1915 cement gun that once had a very intriguing purpose. (S3, ep 13)

14 - Blast Off! #14

Blast Off!: Rick takes on the biggest challenge of his career when an iconic 1960s rocket-slide is painstakingly brought into the shop piece by giant piece. (S3, ep 14)

15 - Hot & Salty #15

Hot & Salty: The team get to work reviving a 1960s popcorn machine. Later, they face a big challenge when a client brings in an antique Michelin Man air compressor. (S3, ep 15)

16 - Kings Of Signs #16

Kings of Signs: Rick's team gets to work on restoring a weather-worn 1950s casino billboard and tackles the tricky revamp of a 1900s arcade machine. (S3, ep 16)

17 - Treats & Feet #17

Treats & Feet: Rick and the team do a £6,500 deal to fix up a 1940s Good Humor ice-cream bicycle. They also fine-tune one of the earliest radios, a 1920s Atwater Kent. (S3, ep 17)

18 - Restoration Rivalry #18

Restoration Rivalry: When two vintage scooters are wheeled into the shop, Rick challenges his son to a restoration race. Staff also work their magic on a vending machine. (S3, ep 18)

Season Season 4 Episode Guide

1 - Cannonball Safe # 1 (54)

Cannonball Safe: Nimble-fingered staff in Rick's miracle-producing workshop in Las Vegas have their work cut out as they attempt to restore a colossal 1920s cannonball safe. (S4, ep1)

2 - Motor Mayhem # 2 (55)

Motor Mayhem: Rick takes on the tough task of overhauling a 1800s coffee grinder and tunes up a highly-collectible fishing boat motor from the 1930s. (S4, ep 2)

3 - Sticky Fingers # 3 (56)

Sticky Fingers: Rick and his crew race against the clock to restore a 1950s taximeter. Plus, Brettly gets his big break when he oversees work on a 1800s gum vending machine. (S4, ep 3)

4 - Train Trouble # 4 (57)

Train Trouble: The shop gets to work overhauling a NYC police call box. Tyler tows in a 1947 railroad speeder. But has he underestimated how much it will cost to fix? (S4, ep 4)

5 - Dirt Bike Duel # 5 (58)

Dirt Bike Duel: Rick finds he can't say no when NASCAR driver Greg Biffle asks him to restore his 1970s Montesa motorcycle. But has he taken on one challenge too many? (S4, ep 5)

6 - Feel The Heat # 6 (59)

Feel The Heat: Rick has a puzzle on his hands when an unidentifiable antique cart rumbles into the shop. Can he solve the mystery of its maker and get it back on the road? (S4, ep 6)

7 - Down & Dirty # 7 (60)

Down & Dirty: The team are in for a rocky restoration when a three-wheeled 1972 Honda ATC rolls in. Meanwhile Ron and Tyler begin to make big plans for Rick's bachelor bash. (S4, ep 7)

9 - Big Boom # 9 (62)

Big Boom: Rick's staff dice with death as they restore a 1900s signal cannon. They also fix up a 1950s Italian folding bicycle and, later, hold their first shop auction. (S4, ep 9)

10 - Right Here, Rum Now # 10 (63)

Right Here Rum Now: Former Van Halen rocker Sammy Hagar challenges Rick to turn an old fridge into a rum dispenser. Later, the shop gets to work on a broken slot machine. (S4, ep 10)

11 - Strong Arm # 11 (64)

Strong Arm: At Rick Dale's Las Vegas antique restoration shop, a customer walks through the doors with a unique 1950s arm wrestling game. (S4, ep 11)

12 - Phony Baloney # 12 (65)

Phony Baloney: The team get to work on a miniature Model T found in a junkyard. Plus, a fire fighter brings in a vintage 1930s forest field service phone for a makeover. (S4, ep 12)

13 - Soda Jerks # 13 (66)

Soda Jerks: A client expects only the best when he pays $10,000 to have his 1950s soda fountain restored. Plus, can the workshop breathe new life into a vintage phone box? (S4, ep 13)

14 - Prank War # 14 (67)

Prank War: Rick is put to the ultimate test when he is asked to make a barber chair resemble a sports car. A disagreement between Tyler and Ron turns into a prank war. (S4, ep 14)

15 - Pimp Chum's Ride # 15 (68)

Pimp Chum's Ride: Pawn Star Chumlee rocks into the shop with a 1950s Murray pedal car and a very specific vision. Meanwhile, the crew restore a 1965 Honda Superhawk. (S4, ep 15)

16 - Hammered # 16 (69)

Hammered: Rick and his restoration team learn the nuts and bolts of a 1940s Hi-Striker carnival game. They also get to work mending an 1800s nail gun. (S4, ep 16)

17 - Busted Beemer # 17 (70)

Busted Beemer: Missing parts threaten to jeopardise Rick's efforts to reassemble and revamp a 1959 BMW motorbike. The team also attempt to mend an antique pencil dispenser. (S4, ep 17)

18 - Planes And Flames # 18 (71)

Planes And Flames: Rick reveals the mechanics of a F-105 replica fighter jet when he gets a call from Nellis Air Force Base. The workshop welcomes a Buffalo Forge Grill. (S4, ep 18)

19 - Nut Job # 19 (72)

Nut Job: A client's expectations prove sky-high when he coughs up $10,000 to restore a peanut roaster. Ron buys a vintage English taxi. But will it be worth the investment? (S4, ep 19)

20 - Call The Count # 20 (73)

Call The Count: Rick rises to the tough challenge of restoring a classic guitar in time for Brettly's birthday. A rare Pak Trak hunting scooter also arrives at the shop. (S4, ep 20)

21 - Harrison's Vendorlator # 21 (74)

Harrison's Vendorlator: Rick Harrison stops with a one-of-a kind Pepsi dispenser. Plus, the workshop feels the pressure when it is hired to restore a very important sign. (S4, ep 21)

22 - Break In # 22 (75)

Break In: A huge and heavily-damaged safe that hasn't been opened in years is dropped off at the shop. Can Rick crack the code to reveal its mysterious contents? (S4, ep 22)

23 - Bombshell # 23 (76)

Bombshell: The team take on the tough restoration of a unique wheelchair made from bits of a 1940s B-17 bomber. Plus, Kelly creates a risque anniversary surprise for Rick. (S4, ep 23)

24 - One Horse Open Sleigh # 24 (77)

One Horse Open Sleigh: An antique horse-drawn sleigh arrives at the shop needing a complete overhaul for the holidays. The Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison throws a Christmas party.

25 - Clueless # 25 (78)

Clueless: A stumped Rick calls Danny Koker for help when a mysterious scooter turns up. A dentist brings in a 1920s X-ray machine. But is it too dangerous to restore? (S4, ep 24)

Season Season 5 Episode Guide

1 - Employee Of The Month #1 (79)

Employee Of The Month: A Penny Farthing and a 1930s stove turn up in need of major overhauls. Rick hopes to motivate his staff with a new Employee of the Month award. (S5, ep 1)

2 - Stolen Memories #2 (80)

Stolen Memories: An exacting client agrees to pay $9,500 to restore a 1959 coin operated Western Express amusement ride. Can Rick's work match his high expectations? (S5, ep 2)

3 - Escorter Service #3 (81)

Escorter Service: Rick and the team get a rare chance to restore a vintage escorter from the 1964 World's Fair. They also begin work fixing up a rare antique tool sharpener. (S5, ep 3)

4 - Bear Down #4 (82)

Bear Down: Rick calls in an electronics expert to help him fix up a rare arcade game. Kowboy clashes with the boss when he gets shirty over the colour of the shop uniform. (S5, ep 4)

5 - Harleys And Horsies #5 (83)

Harleys And Horsies: Rick wagers a high-stakes bet when a battered 1970s Harley-Davidson Golf Cart comes in. The shop also tries to restore a 1950s toy horse pedal cart. (S5, ep 5)

6 - Atomic Restoration #6 (84)

Atomic Restoration: Rick gets his hands on a high school electric scoreboard from the 1940s, before an atomic age Uranium Detector arrives for a scientific spruce-up. (S5, ep 6)

7 - Vaccumm Daze #7 (85)

Vacuum Daze: When a rare 1940s Rexair vacuum cleaner/air filter arrives in pieces, Rick wonders if he'll ever be able to put it all back together. (S5, ep 7)

8 - Pests And Pins #8 (86)

Pests And Pins: Rick and the team give a bowling equipment vending machine a new lease of life. Later, they return an antique copper pest sprayer to its former glory. (S5, ep 8)

9 - Mixed Signals #9 (87)

Mixed Signals: It's full steam ahead when an iconic railway signal arrives for restoration. Rick sets his team a challenge when Kelly organises a car show at the shop. (S5, ep 9)

10 - Photo Finish #10 (88)

Photo Finish: Rick has high expectations when he sends his staff to a famous flea market. At the workshop, a client's rare 1930s photobooth is in need of some TLC. (S5, ep 10)

11 - Sand Hassle #11 (89)

Sand Hassle: The guys hope for a smooth restoration when a 1920s floor sander rolls in. They also hope to return an antique apple vending machine to its former glory. (S5, ep 11)

12 - Bimbo And The Beasts #12 (90)

Bimbo And The Beasts: Rick gets excited when a toy 1950s Ferrari 'Bimbo' Racecar is brought into the shop. Meanwhile, Ron, Tyler and Brettly hunt for bargains. (S5, ep 12)

13 - Golf Ball And Chain #13 (91)

Golf Ball and Chain: Antique restorer extraordinaire Rick Dale casts his discerning eyes over an original 1920s chainsaw and a unique golf ball dispenser. (S5, ep 13)

14 - Iron Men #14 (92)

Iron Men: Rick calls on a former client to help him unlock the mechanical mysteries of a 1937 Iron Lung. Brettly brings in a big haul after his first solo picking trip. (S5, ep 14)

15 - Billy Joel: A Matter Of Rust #15&16 (93&94)

Billy Joel: A Matter Of Rust: Uptown Girl singer Billy Joel turns to Rick and the team for help restoring a motorcycle that's very close to his heart. (S5, ep 1)

17 - Unpredictable #17 (95)

Unpredictable: Rick attempts to give a 1950s Predicta TV a modern update and restore a 1890s barber shop towel steamer. Can he treat these items to a new lease of life? (S5, ep 15)

18 - Sofa King Cool #18 (96)

Sofa King Cool: When Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison comes looking for a present for son Corey, Rick Dale suggests a new couch made from an old car. But can he pull the job off? (S5, ep 16)

19 - Gone To Pieces #19 (97)

Gone To Pieces: The search is on for rare parts when Big Mike brings in a 1964 Ducati motorcycle. Rick also gets charged with restoring a 1960s arcade game. (S5, ep 17)

20 - Star Wreck #20 (98)

Star Wreck: The team hatch a genius plan to turn a classic gas pump into a brilliant beer cooler. They also lend a new lease of life to a 1970s fast-food restaurant sign. (S5, ep 18)

21 - Thin Tin Tin #21 (99)

Thin Tin Tin: Grammy Award-winning artist Jason Mraz gives Rick a tall order when he asks him to restore a special sign to honour the memory of his late grandfather. (S5, ep 19)

22 - Dodger Doggin' It #22 (100)

Dodger Doggin' It: Rick aims for an all-star restoration when Tommy Lasorda, Ron Cey & Paul Lo Duca ask him to turn a 50s Coke cooler into an LA Dodgers-themed hot dog cart. (S5, ep20)

Season Season 6 Episode Guide

1 - Armed And Rusty #101

Armed And Rusty: With business booming, Rick puts a potential new recruit to the test on a Dale Drake scooter. Has he got what it takes to join Rick's famous workshop? (S6, ep 1)

2 - Pegasus On A Pedestal #102

Pegasus On A Pedestal: A 1940s Mobil Pegasus sign presents the crew with a big challenge. Plus, the team meet a self-proclaimed picking nerd who is desperate for a job. (S6, ep 2)

3 - Reject And The Eject #103, The

Reject And The Eject: The crew buckle down when an ejection seat from a 1950s fighter jet lands in the shop. Plus, Brettly gets handed a tough job on an old popcorn machine. (S6, ep 3)

4 - Restoration Wipe-Out #104

Restoration Wipe-Out: A client sets a challenge when he brings in a 1970s wet bike. Rick puts a loud new painter to the test in a contest against Counting Cars' Horny Mike. (S6, ep 4)

5 - Ameri-Cone Dream #105

Ameri-Cone Dream: Rick attempts to breath new life into a 1950s ice cream cart. Plus, new picker Leonard heads out on his first trip. But can he impress the boss? (S6, ep 5)

6 - Astro-Nuts And Bolts #106

Astro-Nuts And Bolts: Rick gets the rare chance to restore a 1964 NASA Jet Pack signed by Buzz Aldrin. Plus, the team are shocked when a man brings in a World War II bomb. (S6, ep 6)

7 - Search Part- Y #107

Search Part-Y: Rick is asked to make a retro cigarette dispenser into a bike tool vending machine, while Tyler bids on a rare 1950s pedal bulldozer project. (S6, ep 7)

8 - Pitch Perfect #108

Pitch Perfect: Rick feels the heat when he's asked to throw the first pitch at an LA Dodger's baseball game. Meanwhile, the crew upgrade a 1960s electric mini-car. (S6, ep 8)

9 - Shocks Locks And Clocks #109

Shocks Locks And Clocks: Rick gets a jolt of panic when an electric shock alarm clock arrives in need of rare parts. Plus, can he turn a gas pump into a sportsman's locker? (S6, ep 9)

10 - Bed Bug & Beyond #110

Bed Bug & Beyond: Rick gets challenged to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed. Can his crew turn this iconic ride into a piece of fun furniture? (S6, ep 10)

11 - Riders Of The Storm #111

Riders of the Storm: With the help of Ted and new painter Niko, Rick attempts to restore a 1920s Haunted House car that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy (S6, ep 11)

12 - Car Before The Horse #112

Car Before the Horse: Rick attempts to turn a 1962 mini-Corvette into a fearsome convertible, before restoring a 1950s coin-operated mustang toy. (S6, ep 12)

13 - Beer Bell-Y #113

Beer Bell-Y: Rick gets to work on a beaten-up 1940s boxing bell before a client brings in a vintage slot machine to be converted into a beer dispenser. (S6, ep 13)

Season Season 7 Episode Guide

1 - Un-Kniev-Able #1

Un-Kniev-Able: Rick turns a beaten-up 1976 Evel Knievel Junior Roadmaster bike into a prize set of wheels. But can a demo of jaw-dropping stunts earn its owner a discount? (S7, ep 1)

2 - Back To Four Square #2

Back To Four Square: The crew work at full throttle to fix a rare British 1950s Ariel Square-Four motorcycle. Ron challenges his protege Leonard to a big rig contest. (S7, ep 2)

3 - George Clinton: Funk Yeah! #3

George Clinton: Funk Yeah!: The Parliament-Funkadelic frontman challenges Rick and the team to fix up a 1920s baby Grand Piano. Can they deliver a pitch perfect restoration? (S7, ep 3)

4 - Slpa-Shots And Stogies #4

Slap-Shots And Stogies: Rick takes a shot at restoring a 1950s table hockey game. His workshop crew also revive a 1910 slot machine that pays out cigars instead of cash. (S7, ep 4)

5 - Big Macs And Cool Tracks #5

Big Macs And Cool Tracks: Rick takes on a retro challenge in the form of a 'Big Mac Jail' from a 1970s McDonald's play area. He also works on a 1950s portable record player. (S7, ep 5)

6 - David Copperfield: Rick Works His Magic #6

David Copperfield: Rick Works His Magic: World-renowned illusionist David Copperfield calls on Rick and the team to restore two items from his magic museum's collection. (S7, ep 5)

7 - Tune-In & Tune-Up #7

Tune-In & Tune-Up: When a one-of-a-kind quarter-scale model of a 1932 Hudson car arrives in the shop, Rick and the guys embark on a museum-quality makeover. (S7, ep 7)

8 - Knockout Restoration #8

Knockout Restoration: When a client looks to restore a vintage arcade Punch-Out Game, Rick Dale and his guys get to work. (S7, ep 8)

9 - Bond Ambition #9

Bond Ambition: Rick is faced with his toughest job yet when a James Bond Lotus Esprit Submarine Car, featured in the film The Spy Who Loved Me, rolls into the shop. (S7, ep 9)

10 - Sparks Will Fly #10

Sparks Will Fly: Rick bids to turn a ramshackle ride into wheels of dreams when a 1963 Simplex Sportsman Shriner's bike turns up. Plus, Ron agrees to a controversial deal. (S7, ep 10)

11 - Boy Meets Whirl #11

Boy Meets Whirl: Minds spin when a custom made car from a 1940s carnival ride arrives for restoration. Plus, a regular client brings in a remarkable Schwinn bicycle. (S7, ep 11)

12 - Off The Rails #12

Off The Rails: Returning customer Mark Bassett brings in a late 1800s railway velocipede, so Rick attempts to turn this wreck on wheels into a museum-quality marvel. (S7, ep 12)

13 - Nascar History 300 Dales Of Thunder #13

Nascar History 300: Dales Of Thunder: Champion driver Kyle Bush and Charlotte Motor Speedway's Marcus Smith call on Rick to create a trophy for the History 300 race. (S7, ep 13)