What did u think of last nights episode of Truck Edition? Meanwhile, Monkey Business tries to turn a '50s carnival tank into a go-cart for a motorcycle group and Bob's garage jumps on to restoring a '70s gas powered toy. Will Rick have the power to give this project a jolt or will the restoration run out of juice? Can Rick turn this wreck on wheels into a museum-quality marvel or will the project go off the rails? Rick Dale Restoration Journey When Rick nine years old, his father brought him an old bicycle to restore; his dad valued the pride that a person gets from doing a good job, and wanted his son to understand the same. There were rumors that the change was due to low ratings, and that Rick was not getting along with his clients, but it then took two years for History Channel to renew the show for the seventh season, and when the show resumed, the plot was still about restoring items, however, there were a number of stores where the action was taking place as opposed to just one shop. Can he pull a rabbit out of a hat or will all the hocus-pocus be too much to handle? Can Rick take this broken-down bike and make it road-trip worthy? Then, a 1950s Calliphone Portable Record Player makes some noise for the crew. What is the American Restoration All About? Then, Ron bargains with a local bar to restore their 1913 Mercantile Scale.
Then, a 1950s pillow speaker--a radio used by hospitals to play music for bed-ridden patients--arrives looking for a dreamy restoration. Posted by on The most challenging project that Rick had to work on was a motorized surfboard, which took him six months as the project had so many issues. Can the guys take this gambling gadget and make it a showpiece, or will the restoration go up in smoke? A new cast was brought in too. Whatever the case, Dale was not happy about everything, and went ahead to post a video of himself thanking his fans for their support and for watching the show; he literally had to hold back tears. After restoring the bike together, Dale loved riding it around his neighborhood. Rick'll have to perform a few tricks of his own if wants to turn this broken-down bike into a show-worthy set of wheels.
Can Rick hit the right notes on this classic instrument, or will the project fall flat? In this show, the cast was performing activities at their pawn store, however, from time to time, Rick Dale, an expert in vintage pieces, would be consulted for his expertise. . Meanwhile in New York, Steve finds himself in the dark during the restoration of a vintage neon sign. The team restores a variety of pieces to their former condition. Will this be the one that puts him in over his head? But they might not find out if Rick has to throw in the towel on this heavyweight project. Then, the shop goes all in on an antique 1910s Slot Machine which once paid out cigars instead of cash. Rick also purchases items from pickers, so that he can restore them for himself.
The show depicted everyone doing a great job, although they sometimes also encountered some difficulties while working as a team; the most affected people were Dale and his brother Ron. American Restoration Cast Fired, Was the Show Cancelled? But with the event only weeks away, Rick must speed into action to deliver. Then, when word gets out that P-Funk will put on a concert for the big reveal, Brettly and Tyler try to take charge of the planning. Can the shop turn this ramshackle ride into a striking set of wheels? But when the master, macho-man Ron, challenges his 98-pound protegé, Leonard, to a big-rig contest, no one's sure who will be student and who will be teacher. Then, the crew digs in when a vintage arcade Mighty Mack Crane Game swings into the shop.
Meanwhile, Dale has his hands full trying to get a rare 1936 Crocker motorcycle to run and Steve restores a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Type 8A for a long time friend and customer. Then Rick and Tyler make a bet on who'll pack a bigger punch when the job is done. Meanwhile, Dale is in a rush to build a bike in time for his museum's annual motorcycle raffle and Andy restores a 1952 Shuffle Bowler game that may or may not have ties to the mafia. And later, Bodie rectifies with another project from the Petersen Museum, an early 1900s electric car charger, and Dale builds a custom Harley for a customer looking to connect to his past. Can they pull off a spectacular show, or will it be a funky flop? But they might not find out if Rick has to throw in the towel on this heavyweight project.
Some celebrities who have made appearances in the series include Lance Burton, Jason Mraz, Billy Joel and David Copperfield. Then, Ron and Tyler look to strike up a deal at an eccentric antique shop and Ron tests his big brother's patience with a foolish flub. The team would then get to work on them, and sometimes reach out to freelance workers for assistance in some of the tasks, and to merchants for the required parts. Then, the shop powers up when a 1940s Battery Charger bolts in. Can Rick keep his eye on the prize or will the ball get dropped? Can they turn this small car into a big deal or will the restoration run out of gas? Then, returning customer Big Mike brings in a 1960s Schwinn bicycle as a 60th birthday surprise for his business partner. Can he take this piece from beat-up and broken down to fairground fantastic? Although having been at the business for three decades, Rick says that he still learns something new each day, but always loves what he does. Although some people claim that the show was a fake, this might not be the case as Dale even had the pleasure of restoring items belonging to celebrities Jason Mraz and Billy Joel.
Then Rick and Tyler make a bet on who'll pack a bigger punch when the job is done. But when he cuts the price in exchange for a party, will Rick be miffed about the money or pumped to party? In New York, Steve's Restorations grapples with a rare vintage arm wrestling arcade game from the 1980's while the guys at Bodie Stroud Industries retrofit a 1950s gas pump for a surprising new purpose. American Restoration is a History Channel , produced by Leftfield Pictures with its first six seasons shot in Las Vegas, Nevada. Could it be music to Rick's ears or will it be a restoration record scratch? Can Rick bring the music back to this sleepy speaker or will the project hit a clunker? American Restoration season 6 episode 9 Knockout Restoration When a client looks to restore a vintage arcade Punch-Out Game given to the shop by Rick Harrison, Rick Dale and his guys put up their dukes for a knockout restoration. Can this playground piece go from faulty to fresh? Then, when Ron and Leonard need lessons on how to use the shop's forklifts, Tyler makes them practice using giant excavators. Then, in Georgia, Bob's Garage brings back a family's cherished 1959 hi-fi stereo. Can Ron and Leonard successfully search for its hard-to-find seat to make this present pop? Meanwhile, Andy modernizes a spark plug cleaner into a stereo for a long time friend and Steve hatches a plan to transform a beat up 64 Ford Falcon into a work of art.
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