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American Restoration, American Pickers, Pawn Stars – 3 great TV shows for antique freaks on History Channel

January 18, 2012

by Seb Perez

We tell you lots of stories about our grandpa. Well, here you have more. Our grandpa used to do almost all the things you see on this TV-shows. Now you understand why we were (and still are) so fascinated with antiques, classic cars and all things somehow related to history.

Here you have a few (official) videos of the History Channel on youtube. Enjoy ’em!

American Restoration

 

 

American Pickers

 

 

Pawn Stars

 

steve January 20, 2012 at 1:59 am

I love the shows, my favorite is american pickers!

Seb January 21, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Yeah Steve, that’s one of my favorites too. I also love american restoration! It’s great to see how they restore all those old machines and other stuff. Just great!

Jay Lo February 10, 2012 at 5:23 pm

Awesome videos had a good time watching the little clips of Mike and Frank. I think it’s awesome following American Pickers and I’ve grown to love the show. I think Frank and Mike come across some awesome treasures which I wished I could find. I keep up with the show using my TV everywhere option since I’m not able to be home. This connected to my employee service with DISH made my iPad a portable TV. Now I can catch live shows or watch what’s on my DVR. This helps me get the most out of my subscription. I’ve been able to enjoy more TV now than ever.

Dingo May 15, 2012 at 9:03 pm

I luv American Pickers coz some of the stuff they look at is nothing but pure junk but a lot of it is pure treasure and they get it real cheap just like pickers should, the other show you mentioned Pawnstars I’m not really into but it can be funny with some of the people thinking they’re going to get hundreds for their gear but only gets a few $.

Seb May 17, 2012 at 9:50 am

Hi Dingo, yes, both programs are similar but as you said, the pickers almost always get a great deal while the sellers at Pawn-stars normally the opposite. That’s the way the antiques business work. I love to watch both!

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