Eric Myers and his crew clear out a jam-packed 300-year-old attic. The third floor of this classic colonial is stuffed with ironic toys, strange saddles and true pieces of American history. Will private letters from Jackie Kennedy and extremely rare model trains mean big bucks for Junk Junk Baby?
A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling a job stuffed with awesome sports memorabilia and items more than 100 years old. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated is worth big bucks. If not, he'll bank on a century-old board game to turn things around.
A record player sitting in storage turns out to be a potentially great discovery. This job is packed with all sorts of mismatched items, and the gang discovers an awesome wagon that dates back before the days of Flexible Flyer! Tons of cool stuff pops out of a mess 95 years in the making.
The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call in order to help two sisters surprise their mother with an upstairs makeover. Eric and his crew discover some awesome items in the process: the oldest video gaming console ever made, hilarious items sold on '50s infomercials and a huge antique scale that looks like a lollipop.
Eric and the crew bank on kerosene switch lamps to light up profits. If not, an antique icebox called the Vermonter might bring in some cold hard cash. It's a tough job, but Larry Bird makes an appearance and helps bail the guys out of the red.
This 200-year-old barn is packed to the brim with antiques, including a rare copy of Margret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind." First editions have sold for $40,000, so Eric might be in for a huge payday. When Eric and his crew finish the job, they turn the barn into an awesome hangout.