The story of oil is the story of civilization as we know it. Take a look at the ingenious and outrageous men who risked everything for "black gold" and unimaginable wealth.
Stan sends Daniel to meet four people, each with extraordinary—but totally different—types of powers. Could they be an ultimate team of real life superhumans?
Bullet shells from John Dillinger's last robbery are brought into the shop. Will Rick be able to escape with this rare ammo? Then, Rick and Corey try to make a deal on a vintage Schwinn Whizzer from 1947.
Chumlee checks out two classic pinball machines, while Rick wings it with a carrier pigeon capsule from WWII. Later, the guys give Rick a hard time when he decides to take up boxing. Can he prove he's got the eye of the tiger, or will he end up down for the count?
Tony comes across an old barn in need of tearing down, but what he really wants is the material it's made of. Meanwhile, Bruce convinces Clint to attend a public auction, and Mitchell vows to make Yummy's upcoming birthday the best celebration ever.
The guys take a look at an 1861 Civil War saber, but it seems too good to be true. Later, Corey bets the Old Man he can get top dollar for a watch.
Sammy Hagar hires Rick to transform a vintage refrigerator into a rum dispenser. Later, the crew works to restore a horse-themed slot machine.
Visit San Francisco's historic Nob Hill with Dr. Libby O'Connell.
The stars get into the Halloween spirit when a 19th-century vampire killing kit shows up for sale and ghostbusters appear with paranormal detective tools. Later, a costume contest takes place in the shop.
Marty is forced to make a mid-flight detour that costs him precious fuel. Rich faces his worst fear when the dogs run off in pursuit of a deadly predator, and Kyle takes down a beast.
Darrell continues teaching Reno how to drive the ice roads, but dad's overprotective ways may be too much. Lisa and Todd hit a road block in their race to keep Polar in the load count competition, while faulty wiring could sink Alex's cement load.
Danny stumbles upon an extremely rare 1979 Dodge Dreamer, and mad mechanic Gordon stops by with a monster street machine that blows the guys away.
From robots to the steam cars in Jay Leno's garage, explore the mechanical inventions made possible by man-made steam power.
We all know how the 13 Colonies broke from the British Empire and formed the USA, but this bloody conflict brims with incredible accounts that will blow your mind. Henry Rollins unearths tales of overlooked heroes, astonishing innovations and heartbreaking tragedy.
What was the purpose of the vast construction at Puma Punku? Giorgio Tsoukalos explores the construction and mysterious history of this unique ancient site. Why is there no evidence of the precision tools required to create the unique blocks and sophisticated masonry found there?
Will Trubridge is a free-diver who claims he can dive under water deeper than any other human with no mechanical assistance.
Bart comes in to sell a World War II carrier pigeon capsule.
Doug wants to sell a Stretch Armstrong toy in mint condition.
Joel King rides a powered skateboard faster than a car, but with no brakes or steering, the smallest mistake could prove fatal.
In this scene, Art and Joey maneuver a rig out of a thick snowbank on Ricochet Hill.
Congressman John Lewis, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writer
Taylor Branch and others explore the impact of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
on American society and throughout the world. The video
is included in the Library of Congress Exhibition “The Civil Rights Act of
1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom”
The guys are in rock and roll heaven when they visit Travis, a former roadie. Mike is skeptical at first but later sinks his teeth into a Hank Williams Jr. jacket for $100.
At John's restoration shop in Illinois, the guys come across several Harley hats. Unable to get one over his own head, Frank deduces that the hats are antiques, back when the average head size was much smaller.
Ron Hope, DAV National Commander, talks about his first-ever pick with Mike Wolfe and shares more about his experience in Vietnam.
Mike and Frank meet Wanda, the tchotchke queen of Texas. The guys realize there aren't many big-ticket items, but they find Wanda's eclectic eye to be rather refreshing.
Mike Wolfe and DAV National Commander and former Vietnam helicopter pilot Ron Hope go on a mission to pick life-saving Army aviation items.
Kyle must kill a buffalo in order to sustain his family throughout the winter.
Eustace and Preston finally see their hard work come to fruition.
Rich Lewis teaches his neighbor, Cory, how to track mountain lions after he spots one in his own backyard.
Rich Lewis gets his trusty Quarter Horse, Rusty, ready for some winter riding.
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