Futó sorozat 2009.07 - 2020.04 | 60 perc @History, US
Chum sets his sights on something out of this world when a seller brings in a signed copy of "The Coming of the Saucers". Will Chum be able to identify the perfect price? Meanwhile, a seller claims to have a painting by artist, Ralph Blakelock. Will this deal have Rick seeing all the colors of the wind before it Van Goghs away? Then, Rick and Corey get a history lesson when they check out a "We Buy Gold" sign from the 1900s. Can the duo raise the bar on the negotiation? And later, Rick and Chum take a trip to L.A to see a very special collection of Kobe Bryant memorabilia.
Chumlee gets ready to rumble when a rare wrestling figure comes into the shop. Will he be king of the ring, or get smacked down? Then, a portable craps table is smuggled in. Will Corey take a gamble, or roll the dice? Next, Rick checks out a vintage Eclipse windmill. Can he generate a deal before it's gone with the wind? And later, Corey gets Beatlemania when given the chance to buy a Starr's drum kit. Will Corey and the seller Come Together or Let it Be?
Corey finds himself in such a lovely place when a test pressing of the Eagles mega-hit, "Hotel California" comes into the shop. Will the seller take it easy, or to the limit? Meanwhile, Chum checks out a ring from the "Little Orphan Annie" radio show. Will it be a "hard-knock" sale, or will Chum bet his bottom dollar? Then, a customer soars in with a model of Leonardo da Vinci's flying machine. Will Rick get this deal off the ground, or will it come to a screeching halt? And later, when Rick examines blueprints by renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, can he draw up a sale?
Rick checks out a collection of James Bond movie trading cards. Will Rick secure the cards or will they fall into the fiendish hands of Spectre? Meanwhile, a seller brings in an old Chinese bell, will the deal be music to Corey's ears? And later, Chum and Antwaun set sail on a trip to Lake Tahoe to check out a vintage sailboat. Will the sail withstand the perils of negotiation or sink to the depths of no return?
Chum becomes the chosen one when a seller brings in Buffy figurines. Can he slay the deal before the stakes are raised? Next, an artist's letter makes quite an impression on Rick. Will Rick show him the Monet? Then, Chum's got a sweet tooth for an old vending machine. Will his investment be a candy rush, or candy crush? Finally, a 1949 fire truck light races into the shop. Is the price too alarming to make Rick stop, drop and buy?