This is a first for Garage Brothers. Kraig and his team travel 17 hours all the way to the Lone Star State. The guys tackle a massive job in the small town of Nocona, Texas. But there's nothing small about a 50-foot barn that hasn't been opened in a decade. They even discover a jaw-dropping piece of American history.
Kraig can't believe the job he just landed. It's a huge risk, but he's bringing his crew on a 17-hour road trip all the way to Dallas, Texas. Get ready to see the messiest garage ever. Will The Garage Brothers have enough energy to tackle a massive stockpile of electronics? This three-bay garage is packed to the ceiling with vintage arcade games, vending machines, and rare memorabilia that keep the guys busy for two full days. This is a very expensive job for Kraig but he might earn record-breaking profits; the garage is stuffed with thousand dollar discoveries!
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.
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.
A photographer's jam-packed garage is loaded with cool discoveries, including an Atari video game system, a rare pair of Air Jordan sneakers and a guitar pick used by rock 'n' roll icon Bob Dylan! This stuff could add up to big bucks.
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 becomes Shed Brothers when Kraig and his team tackle an antique shop owner's packed storage shed. Some antiques sell for big bucks, but there are plenty more items stashed away. This small storage space is packed with potential, including Dale Earnhardt NASCAR memorabilia.
Kraig comes to a client's rescue and helps clean out a messy garage in order to get a house on the market. Time is of the essence, but this garage is filled with so many items it might take longer than he expected! Night vision scopes, infrared binoculars, swords, and a crystal dagger are bound to sell for a profit, but an unexpected expert appraisal could change everything.
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.
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?
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.
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.