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 small garage stuffed with children's hand-me-downs gives way to some unexpected discoveries, including an awesome piece of JFK memorabilia dating back to his presidential campaign. Then, the crew discovers rare and valuable Christmas ornaments.
Kraig gets called to an unusual job by some especially unusual clients. This enormous space is packed so tight the Garage Brothers can barely move. But the payoff is worth the hard work; Kraig discovers the biggest vintage sign he's ever found, an amethyst crystal egg and memorabilia from one of fiction's most popular wizards.
Kraig cleans a small shed packed with big potential. During the cleanout they discover the RMS Titanic, an old-school G.I. Joe and an opportunity for a little target practice. They also find a 20-dollar gold coin potentially worth more than $100,000!
Kraig discovers a slew of items he's never come across before, including a mysterious item he cannot identify without help, a bible more than 300-years-old, and an antique toaster that really stands apart. Tony discovers a new passion and Ron masterminds an amazing renovation that really rocks and rolls.
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 posters' meaning is their value.
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. Also, the team brings in an innovative solution for this homeowner's desperate storage needs.
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 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 gang uncovers He-Man and all his cohorts in a messy garage, and Kraig's shocked when he discovers their value. When Ron pries open a locked box, the guys set eyes on the most horrifying discovery ever, causing Tony to almost call it quits, but Kraig uncovers a piece of history that changes everything.
Kraig cleans out a fireman's garage filled with hot items. These sure-fire sellers are such smoking discoveries that Kraig calls in a fire truck, no joke. Ron even suits up and uses a fire extinguisher on Tony. The job really heats up when the guys discover a 100-year-old plaque that leads to the ride of their lives.
Happy days are here again, for real! The crew discovers Happy Days memorabilia, featuring the full cast of characters. Also, tons of people have Nintendo and Fisher-Price stuff stashed away, but who knew old toys could be worth this much! Ron finds himself in a tight spot when he gets locked in a rabbit coupe and Kraig hits the pavement in a lightning-fast race car.
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 home brewer's dream garage.