This isn't your every day mess, it's three bays jam packed with New Orleans leftovers. There are enough beads and gambling tables for Kraig to start his own Mardi Gras celebration. Garage Brothers find other cool items too, including a professional boxing heavy bag and antique cast iron clocks.
A piano, a pogo stick, and a vintage pinball machine could mean a hefty payday for Kraig and the Garage Brothers. But they are shocked when Mike, the team's appraiser, reveals the real values of these collectibles. As the crew transforms the two-car garage into a fun dance studio, Kraig is desperate to find enough antiques and collectibles to make a profit.
A client desperately needs the Garage Brothers' help. Junk has been piling up for years in a bedroom with a sad past, and it's up to Kraig and the team to make the space livable again. While Frank and Peaches dig into the filth, Kraig hopes that moldy horse saddles and rare childhood toys can turn this depressing disaster into big bucks.
Kraig Bantle and his crew of cleanout specialists help Mary Joyce rid a garage of her father-in-law's junk. Can The Garage Brothers turn this bizarre collection into extra earnings? Ron's faithful the job will pan out, especially after unveiling a strange Bible and a set of old-fashioned dinner bells.
Bill's an old car guy at heart, but has no place to store his Original Shelby Mustang so it's up to Kraig and his crew to clean out this garage and convert the space into a showroom. This gig could be a huge payday, if the Garage Brothers uncover some classic parts. Or are children's toys the only vintage items buried in this garage? Regardless, Kraig will have a hard time turning a profit considering his pockets are picked.
Kraig and his crew of clean-out specialists rid a client's garage of her kid's junk. From machetes to prom dresses, the crew uncovers some mismatched items. Making a profit off this garage is tough work, but a mysterious silver briefcase could change everything.
Five kids turned this garage into a hand-me-down dumping ground and Kraig struggles making a profit. Tony finds vintage beer and vampire killing gear, a questionable combo for sure. Getting anything done in this garage is tough, but toys can turn a serious profit if they're vintage.
Kraig and the crew clean a garage stuffed with old-school collectibles: boxes full of vintage beer cans, the first electronic handheld gaming consoles ever made, even hockey gear signed by a living legend.
There's something from every decade in this junk jammed garage. This random bundle of discoveries contains strange tools, an antique punch clock, an impenetrable safe and an unforgettable galloping horse. It's one of the coolest jobs yet.
The Garage Brothers clean out an inventor's three-bay storage area stuffed with a strange mix of items: a collection of books gilded in gold, an awesome vintage pinball machine and cool scientific gadgets. All these discoveries might add up to big bucks, if they all work.
Kraig can't believe the job he just landed. It's a huge risk, but he's bringing his crew on a 17-hour road trip all the way to Dallas, Texas. Get ready to see the messiest garage ever. Will The Garage Brothers have enough energy to tackle a massive stockpile of electronics? This three-bay garage is packed to the ceiling with vintage arcade games, vending machines, and rare memorabilia that keep the guys busy for two full days. This is a very expensive job for Kraig but he might earn record-breaking profits; the garage is stuffed with thousand dollar discoveries!
The crew discovers formulas more than 100 years old, you'll never believe what's inside these bottles! It's slightly disturbing, but not nearly as terrifying as the Victorian Death notice Kraig uncovers. Captain Ron gets carried out on a gurney and Tony falls in love with a mannequin. Garages like this one are few and far between.
The Garage Brothers take on a job for a rocketeer with something special in his driveway. Once they crack into the garage, Kraig needs to figure out how to handle and what to do with an 11-foot rocket. Will it explode, fly, or send profits soaring?