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In small towns, and along America s back roads, treasures are waiting to be uncovered--valuable relics from our history that are hidden in junk piles, buried in barns and stacked in garages. It takes experts to find them...and turn rust to riches. Season One of AMERICAN PICKERS on HISTORY follows highly skilled pickers Mike Wolfe, owner of Antique Archaeology in Iowa, and his business partner Frank Fritz, as they hunt down objects with historical, collectible and pop culture value that have been long forgotten by their owners. From a vintage Harley to a one-of-a-kind Ferris wheel, each treasure hunt uncovers weird and wonderful Americana, offering a glimpse into a little-known side of the antiques business. Along the way, Mike and Frank meet people whose own stories open a window into American lives and history.
DISC 1 (4 episodes, approx 180 min): Big Bear / Super Scooter / White Castle on the Farm / Invisible Pump
DISC 2 (4 episodes, approx 180 min): Back Breaker / Mole Man / Frank s Gamble / 5 Acres of Junk
DISC 3 (4 half-hour episodes, approx 92 min): Bigfoot in Alabama / Know When to Fold / Fill er Up / Leland s Cafe
I really enjoy the show and can easily watch episodes over and over.
They seem like fun guys who like each other, like talking to people and like finding neat 'stuff' that they know they can resell.
American Pickers is a great show, it is amazing to see the things people have, so much history is out there to be seen.
Not so much a fan. I found it quite sad in episode 1 that they thought "Leland" was such a nice guy, a wealth of knowledge, and a WW2 vet who they heard stories from about... Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Cory E Weatherton
Pretty awesome to see the stuff that these guys find that seem like nothing to us but are of value to them and the people that buy their stuff. Read morePublished 3 days ago by J-Rod
Meh. Its ok. Some episodes they are clearly taking advantage of old people.Published 4 days ago by Condrad
I only discovered this show this summer and was so pleased to be able to go back to the beginning of the series. I've learned so much watching.Published 5 days ago by Marian