Pawn Stars Australia season 1
Pawn Stars Australia season 1 episodes list:
When a customer brings in a Gordon and Smith Stinger surfboard, Aaron enlists the help of Bondi store manager and surfing specialist, Ash. Inspired, the boys decide it's time for an old-fashioned surf off.
Aaron gets a chance to purchase a piece of the most iconic building in the whole of Australia, the Sydney Opera House. Meanwhile, Ben and Aaron try to make a deal on the throne from Game of Thrones.
Aaron's negotiation for a military produced Michelin air compressor is jeopardized when Ben makes a costly error. And when a large taxidermy Marlin enters the store, Aaron tells a fishy story about Shanon.
The guys take a look at some retro Polaroid cameras that would be a perfect fit for their shop in Bondi. Shanon is called to the Kings Cross branch where we meet for the first time Rade, the stoic shop manager.
Aaron gets nostalgic when he’s offered some retro slot cars. After making the deal, the boys reminisce about their racing escapades as kids. Aaron believes he was the king of the track, but Ben and Shanon recall a different story—one with Aaron crying like a little baby.
A man brings in a large vintage enamel Shell sign that his wife is making him sell and Aaron couldn’t be happier about it. Then, Ben and Aaron take a look at the oldest item their shop has ever seen—a handwritten prayer book that is over 700 years old which definitely calls for an expert to weigh in on its value.
Aaron takes a look at an old penny-farthing, which the seller was going to throw out. Aaron makes him an offer he can’t refuse. Then Ben and Aaron head out to take a look at a funky little 1959 Messerschmitt KR 200 – the car looks more like a spaceship and the seller’s asking astronomical money for it.
Aaron gets his hands on an old Luna Park Clown—an item that takes him down memory lane. Then Baz takes a look at two incredibly rare comic books and a rare Spider Man figurine that are worth over $10,000! While going over the 1st Edition X-Men comic, he realizes that he has a striking resemblance to Hugh Jackman—unfortunately, Aaron and Shanon don’t see it.
Aaron and Ben check out a very rare piece of carousel memorabilia—a carousel pig that was found in a basement. It’s in spectacular condition and when the seller has no clue what it’s worth, Aaron and Ben make a surprise offer. Shanon and Ben take a look at a map of Australia from the 18th century.
A world champion walks in looking to sell one of her Australian stock whips. In the heat of a tough negotiation, Shanon puts Ben’s money where his mouth is, by volunteering Ben to hold a straw in his mouth so the woman can do some tricks on him without damaging his pretty boy looks.
Az and Baz are absolutely stoked to have a 1968 Jubilee slot machine brought into the shop— and in the pawn business, buying a slot machine in this condition is far from a gamble. They then hit the road to see a completely unrestored, 1972 Holden Torana—the biggest name in Australia muscle cars.