American Restoration

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Upcoming episodes

Jan 17th
900a

David Copperfield: Rick Works His Magic

When living legend illusionist David Copperfield calls on the shop to restore two items from his magic museum's collection, it's time to see what tricks Rick has up his sleeve. Can he pull a rabbit out of a hat or will all the hocus-pocus be too much to handle?
Jan 17th
930a

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 put the wheels in motion for a museum-quality makeover. Can they turn this small car into a big deal or will the restoration run out of gas? Then, a 1950s pillow speaker--a radio used by hospitals to play music for bed-ridden patients--arrives looking for a dreamy restoration. Can Rick bring the music back to this sleepy speaker or will the project hit a clunker?
Jan 17th
1000a

Knockout Restoration

When a client looks to restore a vintage arcade Punch-Out Game given to the shop by Rick Harrison, Rick Dale and his guys put up their dukes for a knockout restoration. Then Rick and Tyler make a bet on who'll pack a bigger punch when the job is done. But they might not find out if Rick has to throw in the towel on this heavyweight project.
Jan 17th
1030a

Bond Ambition

When an authentic James Bond Lotus Esprit Submarine Car featured in the film The Spy Who Loved Me rolls into the shop, Rick is faced with one of the most difficult projects of his career. Will this be the one that puts him in over his head? Then, Ron and Tyler look to strike up a deal at an eccentric antique shop and Ron tests his big brother's patience with a foolish flub.
Jan 17th
900p

Shocks, Locks, and Clocks

Rick feels a jolt of panic when an early 1900s Electro-Shock Alarm Clock arrives in need of hard-to-find parts. Can Leonard the picker, expert in things weird and scientific, save the day on this creepy contraption? Later, the shop's got a problem when trying to convert a vintage 1940s Wayne Gas Pump into a polo player's equipment locker.
Jan 17th
930p

Bed, Bug & Beyond

When a client asks Rick to convert a 1960s Volkswagen Beetle into a child's bed inspired by Herbie the Love Bug, Ron takes Leonard out to search for the perfect punch buggy. Can the crew turn this iconic ride into a piece of fun furniture or will they just bug out? Then, Rick gets more than he bargained for when he lets his straggly-bearded buddy, Caveman, crash in the boneyard.
Jan 17th
1000p

Riders of the Storm

When an New Jersey amusement park owner brings a Hurricane Sandy damaged 1920s Haunted House Car to the shop, the pressure is on to restore a piece of history for a recovering community. With the help of Ted and new painter Niko, Rick hopes to help this wreck-on-wheels once again take some spooky spins.
Jan 17th
1030p

Car Before the Horse

When a client cruises in with a 1962 mini-Corvette to be modeled after his full-size version, Rick looks to turn this tiny ride into racing ragtop. Then, a 1950s coin-operated mustang ride hoofs it into the shop. Can Rick restore this broken down pony into a sleek stallion?
Jan 17th
1100p

Beer Bell-y

When a beat-up 1940s Boxing Bell arrives in Rick's shop, the crew prepares for a rusty rope-a-dope. Can the guys go the distance and fight their way to a knockout restoration? Then, a client brings in a vintage slot machine to be converted into a beer-pouring "Sloterator." Can Rick turn this classic gambling machine into a happy-hour-ready drink dispenser?
Jan 17th
1130p

Un-Kniev-able

When a BMX stunt rider brings in his 1976 Evel Knievel Junior Roadmaster bicycle, Rick bargains to get a jaw-dropping daredevil performance from the client for a discount on the project. Rick'll have to perform a few tricks of his own if wants to turn this broken-down bike into a show-worthy set of wheels. Then, the crew digs in when a vintage arcade Mighty Mack Crane Game swings into the shop. Can Rick keep his eye on the prize or will the ball get dropped?