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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