American Pickers: Motorcycle Mania | History
Frank and Mike go gaga over their motorcycle finds.
Forgotten Volkswagen Single Cab
How does an old Volkswagen Single Cab get buried under 3 feet of dirt? Took 45 years to bury this Volkswagen and almost 2 days to dig it out. Have a look. Took the Syncro for a Sunday drive and spotted an old single cab in the foothills outside Idaho Falls. This is nine hours worth of digging condensed into a 15 minute video. It had been sitting in a wash since 1967. It was buried under two feet of dirt but it's extremely rust free given the circumstances. The drop gates hadn't seen the light of day for 45 years. IF YOU HAVE A VOLKSWAGEN THAT NEEDS RESCUED OR KNOW OF ONE GIVE US A CALL AT (208)200-6053. We also consign Volkswagens if you have one you want to sell. Thanks Skeeters. Thanks for all the phone calls and emails about Forgotten VW's that we have received. This video has helped rescue several abandoned and otherwise forgotten VW's that may have been left for dead including a very cool 1960 VW Double Cab that we got out of Missouri that had been sitting since 1965. We also recently returned from Mission Viejo California where we picked up a 1961 SO-23 Westfalia. This bus had been sitting since 1980. We got a tip on that bus after someone saw the Forgotten Single Cab video. Give us a call today if you know of one. Thanks again. Skeeters (208)200-6053 Check us out on Instagram @volkswear Music by http://www.danosongs.com Big Thanks to Danosongs for the awesome royalty free music that really made this video. Buy "Crawled out of a Grave" here: http://www.amazon.com/Crawled-Out-of-a-Grave/dp/B00433BLGW
Mike Wolfe at Coker Tire Company
Mike Wolfe stopped by the historic buildings of Coker Tire Company for a quick visit. Corky and Mike go way back and share a common love for old motorcycles and pretty much all things from days gone by. Frank didn't make it there before we turned off the cameras, but the visit was filled with laughs and stories on great picks and near-misses. https://www.facebook.com/cokertireco