An old bike, a chainsaw, and some childhood memories inspire the boys to invent a one of a kind motorised flea market masterpiece, but tensions soon rise.
Jimmy dismantles John's typewriter and transforms it into a steam punk masterpiece. Plus, they build a Kiss-inspired bass guitar that buzzes at the market.
Jimmy decides to transform a pile of rusty parts into a custom Pee-wee inspired bike. The team bank on it making a big profit at the flea market.
The guys take a trip to gather some items from Papa Diresta, aka "the lord of the fleas". They restore an ancient railroad cart and an old gramophone.
Fleet Week inspires the Direstas to hunt for some saleable military gems. But to make a profit they must live by the mantra, "Buy low, sell high and modify."
A gang of extreme jumpers nets the Direstas a Harley-inspired pogo stick sale. But will this frustrating build make John push Jimmy onto another item restoration?
The DiRestas meet a shrewd businessman who owns an aeronautic graveyard. Has John met his haggling equal, and can Jimmy create some unique aviation art?
In addition to restoring an old dartboard, a rusty neon bar sign forces the guys to head to a buddy's shop for help. Will they hit bulls-eye at the flea...
Hoping that old toys bring new joy and lots of money, the DiRestas attempt to create a giant Lite Brite coffee table. But can the guys find some buyers?
A junkyard inspires the guys to turn some rusted American classics into crisp dollars. They face a race to finish in time for the flea market.
John and Rat Boy purchase an old coffin from a dying store. With no help from the guys, the workload has Jimmy six feet under as the deadline looms.