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.
The crew discovers memorabilia autographed by an entire hockey team and unusual mannequins covered in body art. This job is packed with some of the coolest discoveries Garage Brothers have ever made, but will these items cover Kraig's costs?
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.
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 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.
A thrift store fanatic filled her garage to the brim with all sorts of odds and ends: novelty knives, military knives and throwing knives make for a hair-raising gig. But a $31,000 discovery makes this job stand apart from all the others.
Kraig and his crew discover foreign valuables from around the world. Will exotic treasures cover Kraig's costs?
A garage full of hardware is a promising gig for Garage Brothers. Even though Tony takes a blow to the head, Kraig discovers a tool worth more than $1000! The day is shaping up nicely, until Kraig gets ganked.
Kraig's crew dives headfirst into a garage so messy it might take days to clean. A dark and sketchy tunnel, a satanic find and a questionable cue-stick only add to Kraig's anxiety. Can he cover his costs?
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?
A professional boxer needs his garage cleaned out and it's full of hard-hitting discoveries, including a glove signed by world-renowned heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali. Is his signature the real deal or a hit below the belt? When the job's a wrap, the crew plans to punch up the garage and turn it into an affordable at-home boxing studio.
Kraig Bantle cleans a basement that hasn't been emptied since the Great Depression of 1929. He finds a bizarre government gadget that is so weird, it's not clear where it came from. There are so many shocking discoveries downstairs, it's hard to believe how much the crew earns on this job.
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.
There's 50 years of history packed into this storage space: groovy vintage furniture, antique cameras, super eight millimeter projectors bundled with bizarre films and a piano that literally plays itself!
Kraig discovers animation cells portraying the Pink Panther, a first for Garage Brothers! That's not all, a garage stuffed with vintage toys like Lincoln Logs and Lionel Trains might make this an extremely lucrative gig. When all is said and done, the guys turn this garage into a dart hall.
Kraig takes on a massive job. If the guys can decipher the valuables from the junk, they might strike it rich. Garage Brothers uncover puzzling farming gear, old-school blowtorches, frightening furs, and an especially rare tube radio.
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?
This isn't your every day mess, it's three bays jam packed with New Orleans leftovers. There are enough beads and gambling tables for Kraig to start his own Mardi Gras celebration. Garage Brothers find other cool items too, including a professional boxing heavy bag and antique cast iron clocks.
Kraig faces an uphill battle, but it's totally worth the hard work because this garage is stuffed with vintage video games, old comic books and sweet toys. That's not all, they even find a full-sized arcade game and a massive vintage scale! This garage is full of firsts for the Garage Brothers. For the homeowners, its time to grow up and clear out the dust-covered collectibles.
Kraig's on a mission to bring home a life-sized silver superhero. An extremely rare autographed comic book cover turns heads and raises profits.
The Garage Brothers have something special up their sleeves for this antique-packed garage. Hundred-year-old farming equipment and a 19th -century parlor organ are music to Kraig's ears. And the team brings in an innovative solution for this homeowner's desperate storage needs.
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.
The Garage Brothers clean out an inventor's three-bay storage area stuffed with a strange mix of items: a collection of books gilded in gold, an awesome vintage pinball machine and cool scientific gadgets. All these discoveries might add up to big bucks, if they all work.