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  • [laughter]

  • RICK: Wow!

  • That is, um--

  • STEVE: Got a really old John Deere

  • motor that can make ice cream.

  • RICK: What's this thing, 1 horsepower?

  • STEVE: 1 and 1/2.

  • Rick, did you just miss what he said?

  • What?

  • It makes ice cream.

  • [laughs]

  • STEVE: In 1931, John Deere hit-and-miss motor,

  • I restored the motor, and then I built the cart

  • and bought an ice cream maker and built the pulley system

  • to hook it all together.

  • Wanted to sell it just because I've

  • got a couple more motors in mind to rebuild

  • and maybe make some more.

  • I absolutely love it.

  • This must have been one of the last hit-and-miss motors

  • they made, right?

  • Pretty close.

  • CHUMLEE: What the hell is a hit-and-miss?

  • Hit-and-misses were basically like the first gasoline motors.

  • And they were massively reliable and actually

  • pretty fuel efficient.

  • In the early 1900s, probably half the farms in this country

  • had a hit-and-miss engine.

  • But this thing did not roll off the assembly line

  • with an ice cream maker on it.

  • This guy came up with the idea himself.

  • So have you actually made ice cream with it?

  • I've made ice cream with it.

  • You know what they call ice cream when

  • they make you with goat milk? - What?

  • Ice cream.

  • [laughs] So what do you want to do with it?

  • STEVE: Looking to sell it.

  • RICK: How much you want?

  • $3,500.

  • RICK: Ooh.

  • What's your best price, though?

  • Best price is $2,500.

  • Have all your friends over.

  • You'll be the hit of the party.

  • Yeah, one of my friends' kids will

  • stick their arm in that thing, and I'll get sued,

  • and I'll be poor.

  • [laughs] I'll give you $1,800 for it.

  • Can't do that.

  • Got to come up a little bit.

  • $2,500.

  • It's just a really limited market, OK?

  • And 99% of the people in this country

  • that look at that thing, they have

  • no idea what the hell it is.

  • STEVE: [laughs] The motor's worth $2,000.

  • RICK: I mean, it is--

  • That's got-- that's got to be my bottom dollar is $2,000.

  • All right. I'll do $2,000.

  • - There we go. - You know what?

  • He wants to nerd out on this.

  • I'll write you up.

  • [interposing voices] - No.

  • Well, yeah, I'm going to nerd out a little.

  • You're not going to nerd out on this?

  • A little bit.

  • I think they would have paid a little bit more

  • if they got to taste some ice cream.

  • But I settled for $2,000 so I feel pretty good.

  • What's up, Rick?

  • What are you doing?

  • I'm not doing anything.

  • RICK: Why are you pulling my machine into the warehouse?

  • It was in the way.

  • I was just moving it.

  • Go put it back.

  • No, I'm gonna test it out. I got--

  • No, Chumlee.

  • It's expensive. It's dangerous.

  • Don't mess with it.

  • All right, fine, Rick.

  • If you have to know, I thought it would be nice to make

  • everyone ice cream.

  • RICK: You know how to make ice cream?

  • Yep.

  • I was going to keep it a secret, make it a surprise.

  • But you're hounding me like a freakin' Sherlock Holmes.

  • RICK: That's really nice of you.

  • Here.

  • Here.

  • Go buy enough for everybody in the shop.

  • Sweet.

  • Don't screw up my machine.

  • Don't poison anybody, OK?

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Can I keep the change?

  • I'm good at a lot of things.

  • I'm making ice cream.

  • This is definitely up there on the list.

  • Let's do this, Chum.

  • In fact, I could probably make a pretty nice

  • living as an ice cream man.

  • That's good. - Mm.

  • RICK: Is that Chum's ice cream? - Yeah.

  • Is it any good?

  • It's worth every penny of it, son.

  • It's good.

  • You paid for that?

  • Yeah, I paid him $2 for it.

  • He's out in the parking lot selling it now.

  • What do you mean he's selling it?

  • Did I stutter?

  • At this point in my life, I should realize

  • that what Chum says he's going to do

  • something nice for everybody, he means himself.

  • Now I'm going to do something really nice for Chum.

  • I'm going to teach him a lesson and shut him down.

  • CHUMLEE: Next.

  • It's going to be $2.

  • Thank you.

  • Did you pay me?

  • Yes, I paid you.

  • Put your money back in your pocket.

  • Put your money back in your pocket.

  • $2.

  • RICK: What the hell is this?

  • This little business is over. MAN: Wait.

  • Wait. Wait.

  • Wait. Wait.

  • Wait. Wait.

  • You told me I was going--

  • I told you I was going to make it for the employees.

  • Please, don't shut it down.

  • I've been in line for 20 minutes.

  • There's kids back there, bro.

  • RICK: No, no, we're not shutting it down.

  • Everyone in line here gets free ice cream,

  • and you're going to sit out here until it's all gone.

  • All right, sorry, everybody.

  • We just ran out of ice cream.

  • Plenty of ice cream here, guys.

  • Next. RICK: Keep the money.

  • CHUMLEE: $2.

  • Ow!

  • Want some sprinkles?

  • That's an extra dollar.

  • RICK: Chumlee!

[laughter]

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