The Garage Brothers discover an eclectic mix of collections in a local artist's garage, but Tony's a liability and if he's not careful, the crew won't make a dime on this gig. Several sets of wheels get the crew rolling though and it's a piece of Asian art that could be worth big bucks, if they can figure out where it came from. But what if the team's resident appraiser, Mike, can't solve this mystery?
Kraig and his crew help habitual flea-market pickers clean out a mismatched collection of stuff. One vintage find after another keeps the Garage Brothers busy at work. Will a first edition book signed by a legendary comedian raise profits in Kraig's favor?
A huge garage presents an opportunity for huge profits when the guys find an insanely powerful spotlight, cool tools and old items from an even older tavern.
Kraig expects a massive payday when he takes on a seven-garage gig, but isn't prepared for the mayhem that unfolds. The Garage Brothers make some remarkable discoveries, including a two-ton find, but they also run into a few roadblocks. If Ron doesn't pull through, he'll be hitchhiking home.
The crew plunges into a garage full of throwbacks, where they discover the first-ever action hero, ancient electronics and a quirky mid-century carving. Even broken discoveries have all the markings of a major payday, if they can find all the missing pieces.
Kraig takes on a hockey player's garage. Behind these doors are autographed cartoons, legendary hockey signatures and a signed stock car helmet. There's something for everyone in here. The only question is how much is it all worth?
Kraig and his crew discover foreign valuables from around the world. Will exotic treasures cover Kraig's costs?
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.
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.
Kraig and his muscle descend into a massive basement stuffed with magic tricks and explosive discoveries that literally go up in flames. It's not a wash, these hot items sell for big bucks. And a first edition comic book might set up Kraig for early retirement. Tony even dresses up and performs magic tricks for the crew. But the real surprise takes place during the expert appraisal.
The crew discovers formulas more than 100 years old, you'll never believe what's inside these bottles! It's slightly disturbing, but not nearly as terrifying as the Victorian Death notice Kraig uncovers. Captain Ron gets carried out on a gurney and Tony falls in love with a mannequin. Garages like this one are few and far between.
A packed garage hides tons of odd stuff including a D-Day-themed game, a childhood toy that inspired a horror franchise and a mystery instrument potentially worth thousands of dollars that keeps Kraig guessing at the value. When all is said and done, the crew turns this space into a homebrewer's dream garage.
The Garage Brothers take on a job for a rocketeer with something special in his driveway. Once they crack into the garage, Kraig needs to figure out how to handle and what to do with an 11-foot rocket. Will it explode, fly, or send profits soaring?