Obviously they want to get the best deal, but multiple posts on some forums tell the behind-the-scenes story of the true negotiations. If your close relative, such as your uncle or grandpa, has an old store full of vintage items, you should consider letting the guys at Antique Archaeology know by sending a pick. Hobo Jack, who's real name is Jack Sophir, has appeared on American Pickers multiple times. Some allege that Mike Wolfe is the only actual picker on the series. So as to fully stock his newly found love, Wolfe would head out and search for items that might have some nice historical value. We want to make it so people have to keep coming in every week to see what we have.
Mike and Frank maintain that the show is completely real, but no one can dispute that they aren't the only ones who go looking for potential treasure. Either way, the antique archaeology store has exactly what you require. So you can imagine that the much larger Nashville with all of its tourist trade will have much higher traffic. From there, he began lurking in alleyways and derelict houses hoping to find anything worth a couple of bucks. A great lead gives the guys first crack at a treasure-packed farmyard estate sale. Does that make the whole show totally fake? Once a legendary Mississippi radio station, Mike and Frank visit a sprawling small-town museum steeped in music history. Junk Man Bob has a huge collection and is ready to sell but does his stuff live up to his name? This company is still popular and manufacturing campers to this day in Rice, Tx.
The Owner does not accept payment or merchandise in exchange for the reviews themselves. He's released multiple albums under his own name as well. American Pickers might not be on the air much longer. Everyone loved the old building. The museum's octogenarian owners--The Perrys--have never sold anything before, and after sealing the deal on an odd electric peacock, Mike makes his move.
I would like to come work at your store. We have no idea what any of that is, but if someone told us it was worth a lot of money, we guess we'd have to believe it. In a 2010 interview with , Sophir said he was working on two fiction novels and some poetry. A tough negotiator who doesn't like to sell, Phil's ramshackle building is packed with salvaged gems. Mike adds to his King Kong collection while Frank drops a bundle on a rare train set.
I might visit again because we are in Nashville several times a year, only 1. The store is filled with some really good picks as shown on the show and other new merchandise. The Memphis resident not only dwells within a crumbling castle, but he's also for mayor numerous times, mounting his first campaign in 1991. If they didn't, the show would waste weeks or even months filming episodes that don't feature any valuable items. The Nashville store is located at 300 Clinton Street, Suite 130: a few blocks from an old Automobile factory. Ahead, we'll take a look at 15 Dark Secrets From American Pickers You Had No Idea About. He's a collector, but isn't as passionate as his partner.
He's not just your average hobo, though. After wading through building after building, Mike pounces on a one-of-a-kind feline with an impressive pedigree. Danielle doesn't limit herself to one career - she has many. For those of you visiting Nashville, Antique Archaeology is located at 1300 Clinton Street in Marathon Village. George's Maine marine features great prices, even better stories, and everything from maritime collectibles to a bejeweled antique hotdog steamer. Any reality show faces criticism that the show is largely staged, and American Pickers is no different.