Rick Dale restores and up-cycles interesting and unusual objects from cars to soda machines.
|"Bombshell" Wheelchair made from B-17 bomber pieces; Kelly's risque photo shoot. (Repeat)||FYISD|
|"Sand Hassle" A 1920s floor sander is brought in; an antique apple vending machine is shipped to the shop. (Repeat)||FYISD|
|"Beer Bell-y" A beat-up 1940s boxing bell is brought in; a client brings in a vintage slot machine to be converted into a beer-pouring sloterator. (Repeat)||FYISD|
|"Gone to Pieces" Rick's favorite customer comes in with a 1964 Ducati motorcycle in a basket; a 1960s Gatling gun arcade game. (Repeat)||FYISD|
Rick Dale, first introduced as a restorer extraordinaire on ``Pawn Stars,'' gets his own History channel show with ``American Restoration.'' The owner of Rick's Restorations in Las Vegas, Dale and his team painstakingly restore pieces of America's past, from an old golf cart to a giant gas pump from the 1940s. Along the way, they learn bits and pieces of history about the objects they restore and come up with inventive ways to get the job done.
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