Yankee is tested when a old go-kart is brought into the shp. Johnnie looks over some notes written by Dwight Eisenhower.
Tammie takes on her dad Jimmie when she bets him he can't make a profit on a bar on wheels. The staff look at a 1930s horseracing game.
The show features a 1929 Ford fire engine and a Easy-Bake Oven from the early 1970s.
The show features A 1950s Space Commander ride and a chair that is claimed to have be owned by former U.S. senator Huey Long.
Jimmie gets an opportunity to buy one of Elvis' teeth. Johnnie is intrigued by a Batman puppet.
On the road the staff come across a restored roadster and a note that has been signed by Francis Scott Key - the writer of the national anthem.