Mike shells out Rick's cash for a baby bulldozer; Jerry agrees to consign a Missouri mud bogger; a seller runs Rick through the wringer when it's time to liquidate his valuables.
Jerry stocks the block with outrageously fun items to get belly laughs; a BBQ masquerading as a Chevy engine gets tricked out to razz Rick; a set of 1960s slot cars has Rick and John battling for bragging rights; vintage malt machines.
Jerry brings an 1880s printing press to Bryant Auction; a pair of passionate novelty collectors asks Rick to get top dollar for an Adolf Hitler pin cushion.
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