Since it's such a great series, let's rank every season of American Restoration. If you love classic cars and hunting for treasures in antique shops, then the History Channel's show American Restoration is your new favorite series waiting to happen. Here you'll find every season ranked from best to worst by viewers. The first six seasons of the show revolve around Pawn Stars' Rick Dale as he and his team at Rick's Restorations restore classic and vintage items to their former glory.
Season 7 of American Restoration takes the show in another direction as it follows five of the best restoration shops in the US who likewise restore past antiques to look as good as new. All in all, every season of American Restoration is nothing short of interesting, and you'll even learn a thing or two. So, whether you're a longtime fan of the show or you're just getting ready to check it out, this list of the best seasons is just for you.
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Season 4 first aired on April 9, 2013 and consists of 17 episodes. In this season, Rick and his team restore everything from an old high school score board to a 50's bowling equipment vending machine.
Some of the most popular episodes from this season include "Un-Predicta-ble," "Dodger Doggin' It," and "Pest and Pins."
Season 1 first aired on October 25, 2010 and consists of 4 episodes. Season 1 chronicles the life of Rick Dale of Pawn Stars at his restoration shop which restores classic and vintage antique items.
Some of the most popular episodes from this season include "Hopalong Rick," "Ice Cold," and "Buttered Up."
Season 2 first aired on April 15, 2011 and consists of 30 episodes. After the success of Season 1, TLC upped the episode count in season 2 which continues to follow Rick Dale and his family as they restore antiques and vintage items.
Some of the most popular episodes from this season include "Cooler Kings," "Grippin' Mad," and "Surfing the Strip."
Season 7 first aired on January 1, 2016 and consists of 13 episodes. This season, TLC revamps the show by following five of the best restoration shops in the U.S. as they restore pieces of American history and vintage items.
Some of the most popular episodes from this season include "Here Comes the Judge," "Wrestling With the Past," and "Basket Case."