Expert motorcycle restorer and automobile collector Dale Walksler ventures into barns across the USA searching for rare bikes, cars and auto Americana to resurrect and sell.
Motorcycle restorer and automobile collector Dale Walksler is back! He scours barns all across the USA searching for rare bikes and cars to resurrect and sell.
With just days until the Annual Vintage bike race, Dale is secretly struggling to get his bike up and working. Plus, Matt struggles to locate a 100-year old bike.
Built in the 60's, the Road Dog was, and still is, the largest motorcycle ever built. Dale has vowed to locate the machine and provide its final resting place.
Every year hundreds of bidders wait on what Dale will bring to the Mid-America Auction. This year Dale has put the auction challenge to Matt. Will it pay-off?
The RM Auction will be electric with Dale playing the role of both buyer and seller. He tries to sell off various art and automobilia, including a 1926 factory billboard.
Dale works with Wounded Warriors to build a WWII military bike. A lead lands him in Arkansas but there's conflict over which of the armed forces the bike belongs to.
Promoters of the prestigious Amelia Island Concourse have called on Dale to develop a show and field bikes for an Orphan Bike show.
Time is thrust to the forefront of this multi-state search. Timeless old bikes are high on Dale and Matt's list, but the clock ticks on one rare piece.