Kraig Bantle and his crew are surprised to find items they've never seen before, including two boxes full of exotic insects. Rare vintage Transformers keep things on track, and a trip to an expert appraiser leads to a place where Kraig never expected to find himself.
The promise of 100-year-old items lures Kraig Bantle into a garage stuffed with historical discoveries. Two potentially antique swords from Toledo, Spain might be worth a small fortune, but the crew is nearly speechless when they uncover artwork signed by Andy Warhol.
Ten rooms filled with a wild array of items have something for everyone, including china crafted from bone, a giant bunny and some strange dolls. But a gold-leafed copy of the Constitution makes this a historic job.
The Garage Brothers discover some seriously strange stuff: dogs dressed like humans, a two-player pinball machine that isn't actually a pinball machine and a condominium designed for chickens.
Kraig and team clean out a garage full of antiques and sports paraphernalia and come across a variety of cool items worth big bucks, from firefighter gear and an old Victrola talking machine to the Millennium Falcon and signed hockey memorabilia.
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.