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American Restoration 7 Seasons 2013

Season 4
4.8 out of 5 stars (56) IMDb 6.7/10

History takes you back to the future with Pawn Stars perennial favorite, Rick Dale. In the new series American Restoration, viewers go behind-the-scenes of Rick's family business for an in-depth look at the age-old art of antique restoration.

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May 28, 2013

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1. Employee Of The Month

The team is challenged when a late 1800's Penny Farthing bicycle is delivered to the shop needing a major restoration.

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2. Stolen Memories

A customer has huge expectations of Rick s work when she agrees to pay $9500 to restore a 1959 coin operated Western Express amusement ride.

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3. Escorter Service

A rare "Escorter" from the 1964 World s Fair scoots into the shop for a restoration. Will Rick and the crew give this vintage vehicle a restoration that out of this world or will it be a world-class flop?

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4. Bear Down

A rare "Shoot The Bear" arcade game arrives at the shop needing so much work that Rick is forced to call in an electronics expert to assist with the restoration.

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5. Vacuum Daze

Rick gets a chill when a beat up 50's Bevador beverage cooler comes in for a fix-up. Then, when a rare 40's Rexair vacuum/air filter arrives in pieces, Rick wonders if he'll ever be able to puzzle it all back together.

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6. Photo Finish

When a rare 1930's photo booth arrives at Rick's, the crew shoots for a picture perfect restoration. Later, Rick sends his team to the Rose Bowl Flea Market, where he sold his very first machine decades ago.

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7. Harleys and Horsies

When a hacked up 1970's Harley-Davidson Golf Cart is dropped into the shop, Rick vows to give it a restoration worthy of its manufacturer, inspiring a bet that will guarantee the loser ridicule.

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8. Mixed Signals

When a 1920's "wig wag" train signal arrives, Rick and his crew move full steam ahead on the restoration. Will this restoration stay on track or get run off the rails? Later, Kelly plans a car show at the shop.

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9. Atomic Restoration

Rick shoots to beat the clock with a 40's high-school electric scoreboard. Can this restoration score, or will Rick run out of time? Also, an atomic age Uranium Detector arrives for a scientific spruce-up.

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10. Sand Hassle

When a 1920's floor sander rolls in, Rick and his crew clean up their act. Can the guys make this a smooth restoration or will they be left in the dust? Later, an antique apple vending machine that needs a healthy dose of TLC is shipped to the shop.

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11. Pests and Pins

When a 50's Bowling Equipment Vending Machine rolls into Rick's, the guys take aim and hope for a strike. Later, a 1900's Antique Copper Pest Sprayer buzzes to the shop. Can the crew manage both projects?

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12. Bimbo and the Beasts

Rick puts the pedal to the metal when a toy 1950's Ferrari "Bimbo" Racecar cruises into the shop. And later, Ron, Tyler and Brettly go on a big pick finding not only a rare safe, nickelodeon, and cigar dispensing slot machine, but also live tigers.

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13. Golf Ball and Chain

When a 1920's chainsaw arrives, the crew powers up for a razor-sharp restoration. And another customer brings in a unique slot machine--one that dispenses golf balls instead of coins.

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14. American Respiration

When a 1937 Iron Lung rolls into the shop for a restoration, Rick visits a strange former client in hopes of unlocking the project's mysteries. Then, a prank war breaks out after Ron gives Tyler lip and no one knows who's getting the last laugh.

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15. Billy Joel: A Matter of Rust

When Billy Joel decides "This is the Time" to bring an item near and dear to his heart to Rick, the team prepares for a rock-star restoration. Then, Rick sends Ron, Tyler and Brettly out on a picking competition.

CC TV-14 May 28, 2013 43 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Season year 2013
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Sean Moran, Allan Title
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I keep watching because of the unusual and fascinating items they showcase but I'd really like to see more of the restoration processes involved with each item.

There's not enough real drama between the cast members to make this American Chopper and attempts to create it are weak and so poorly acted as to elevate it to genuine commercially-viable comedy.

Rick is the real talent and is enough to carry the show but doesn't appear to be having as much fun as he did when he was running a smaller operation.
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More often shows get old. Not this. Why? Because you will never know what new things they will restore as well at what neat items will be discovered among rubble or dumps. The art of "picking" opens up to a whole new idea of dumpster diving. To most, that's not exactly a career but finding a diamond in the ruff and polishing to a transformed jewel is really cool. Restoring items to it's grandeur is really a cool thing. It preserves an item for historical purposes, a reminder of where we came from and where we might go. I continue to love this show.
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The early seasons of "American Restoration" were terrific. The peek inside the shops process -- watching what and how they work their magic was . . . well, magic.
Sadly, the series has lost that. Now its producers have opted to spend the camera time watching lame, set-up meet and greet and faux-dramatic "big reveals"

Bring back more of the process itself and this series can rise back above the tsunami of similar shows. THen it will be deserving of five star ratings.
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Love watching this show. I'm a handyman and like to keep my own stuff nice-looking and I enjoy the tips I learn from this show even thought I know I couldn't do the extensive restoration they do. Plus, they add just enough drama to balance out the how-to atmosphere. Too much drama (like you sometimes see on the HGTV home remodeling/flip shows) ruins it. But this is a good balance and entertaining.
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I still like this show it has a lot of really cool restorations on it. But as the series keeps going it is becoming a soap opera. They spend more time on things that just don't go with the restoration show and more on made up stupid stuff. I will still watch it but just not as much as the early episodes
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Really we'll done. I enjoy seeing the level of craftsmanship that goes into the many and varied projects. All of the projects turn out great. It shows how much hard work, skill and material it takes to restore things to like new or better condition. One of my favorite shows.
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The show is fun to watch. They perform very good restorations of things that are old and rare. It gets a bit cheesy with the scripted conflicts, but it's still worth watching. It also gives great restoration tips.
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It seems like a cool show but there's either too much packed into each episode or they should be an hour long because I would like to see more of the actual restoration work over storylines.
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