Rare concert posters capture moments in history and a t-shirt autographed by one of the greatest guitarists of all time make this job rock. And if rock 'n' roll doesn't do the trick, a rare mineral collection might. A massive amethyst and other gems from across the globe might make Kraig rich.
Five kids turned this garage into a hand-me-down dumping ground and Kraig struggles making a profit. Tony finds vintage beer and vampire killing gear, a questionable combo for sure. Getting anything done in this garage is tough, but toys can turn a serious profit if they're vintage.
The Garage Brothers will have to work until the cows come home to find any moneymakers in this cluttered barn. A brass platter, a 1960's stereo, and a kitschy turkey doll are just a few of the odd items that could be trash or treasure. But the job could come to a screeching halt when Frank carelessly breaks one of the most valuable finds. If the job isn't ruined, the team will turn the space into a beautiful animal shelter.
Buckle up, this garage is packed with motocross gear. And the crew unveils one of the first wakeboards ever made!
Kraig can't pass on a promising gig rumored to yield heirlooms and professional-grade DJ equipment. This job's a gamble though, the clients can't decide what to keep. Kraig finds a nuclear discovery so radioactive it glows green! Will profits do the same?
This is a haul for the record books. Garage Brothers landed an all-star job in a garage packed with baseball memorabilia and more than 100,000 trading cards. Kraig hopes America's pastime proves profitable. Will Kraig hit a grand slam with a Louisville Slugger signed by Hammerin' Hank Aaron?
Garage Brothers search for valuable tools, which Tony repurposes as zombie survival gear. Kraig's kicking himself for taking this job but he has a chance to redeem himself when Tony challenges him to a friendly wager. Who's your money on?
The Garage Brothers tackle a mess seven years in the making. The homeowner wants the space cleaned in order to surprise her parents. But the real surprise is when Kraig discovers the garage is filled with century-old items. Kraig might have hit the bullseye with a set of vintage bows and an antique phonograph.
Garage Brothers go to war with a Marine's garage. This unusable space is stuffed with a ton of vintage military gear, authentic uniforms, tasty field rations and an officer's sabre. All this cool stuff will definitely cut a profit.
This overstuffed garage once belonged to a drag racer who left behind a ton of gear, and you won't believe how much used car parts and old tires sell for! But a big-time discovery sends Kraig to meet with a real NASCAR driver. Will this racer's surplus land Garage Brothers in the winner's circle?
Kraig and the gang discover a knife crafted out of buffalo bones and an ivory box that might be worth thousands, but are they legal to sell? They even uncover propaganda posters intended to incite riots. The only thing more shocking than the poster's meaning is their value.
European discoveries keep the crew guessing all day long. A famous board game written in another language makes for a good time, while a beautiful set of uranium glass is an explosive discovery. But a $5,000 item catches Kraig by surprise.
Kraig Bantle uncovers iconic discoveries, including an item salvaged from the Titanic. That's not all, as KISS Army action figures shock the crew with an unexpected value and a research microscope used by Kodak could turn a hefty profit.