At Gallery 63, a pit crew fire suit from the movie Talladega Nights brings out Cindy’s inner redneck, and a custom-built Hydroplane speedboat pushes Paul’s aquatic skills to the test. Meanwhile, a seller brings in a guitar labeled "Bigsby" that could be worth a quarter of a million dollars.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions an antique horse racing game, and Paul's son, Elijah, tries his hand at consignment when he brings in a 2.5-ton US Army truck that can drive underwater. Meanwhile, a seller claims he has a desk that belonged to President Thomas Jefferson.
The Gallery 63 crew takes in buckets filled with sterling silver items, while a father and son consign a seaman’s locker from the Navy carrier USS Yorktown. Jon takes in a kiddie ride that pays homage to WWI flying ace, the Red Baron.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a rare 1956 Mustang Pony motorcycle, and a Star Wars enthusiast retires his Stormtrooper costume. Delfino wants to consign his first item -- an eardrum-shattering air raid siren -- but he has to make it work first.
Paul auctions a super sleek Dodge Viper he agreed to take back from a recent sale. Meanwhile, a seller brings in a saddle he says was commissioned by the King of Morocco, and Delfino tries to get a pair of classic drive-in movie speakers to work.
Paul decides to sell the pair of larger-than-life bronze horses that have stood guard at Gallery 63 for years. Meanwhile, the crew auctions rare signed letters from Norman Rockwell and Helen Keller and a seller's World War II telescope that may have come from a German U-boat.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction a Vietnam War-era over-sized M16 Training Rifle complete with training comic book, a vintage Vendorama Pen Dispenser and an ornate, Victorian butt-activated musical chair.
Paul and the Gallery 63 crew auction off a WWI British officer's trench knife and a 1975 Swiss Army Condor Motorcycle. Paul's son, Elijah, finds a tax stamp for an opium retail dealer.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a candlestick phone from the early 20th century and paintings by legendary sports artist, LeRoy Neiman. Meanwhile, a local rapper brings in a souped-up motorcycle modified by Michael Jordan’s racing team.
Paul challenges his crew to the first-ever Gallery 63 Pick-Off! Each player has $500 and one hour to pick their treasures at an antique market. The one with the largest profit margin on auction day wins everybody's profits.
The son of boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard brings in one of his dad’s most-prized possessions: a 1981 Mercedes Benz that was one his first big purchases after achieving success. The Gallery 63 crew also auctions a rare WWII US Navy Dive Suit and a handmade license plate map of the USA.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a signed Evel Knievel cape and photos and an antique Heberlein violin. In addition, the team has some old-school fun with a vintage phone booth.
Country music superstar Clay Walker visits Gallery 63 to auction his cowboy hat, boots and a special VIP concert experience, all to raise money for his charity, Band Against MS. Also, a seller brings in a game caller that he claims attracts a variety of wild animals.
Paul gathers the gang together for some dress up time when a turn-of-the-century haberdashery is delivered for auction. Meanwhile, a Massage-A-Belt exercise machine shakes up the crew, and Paul hopes a vintage Gulf Oil drum will drum up bids at auction.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions a rare Hungarian Pannonia motorcycle and an old school 1930s classroom printer. Also, a seller brings in a Michael Jackson Thriller sales award.
Paul takes in a bomb squad suit that once belonged to a local police force, and the Gallery 63 crew tests it out with a mock bomb. Paul also finds an antique shoeshine stand that once stood in Atlanta’s historic Biltmore Hotel. In addition, a seller brings in a pair of WWI binoculars used in the "Eyes for the Navy" program, along with a signed letter of thanks from Secretary of Defense Franklin Roosevelt.