Rick Dale: The Man Behind American Restorations
If you’re a fan of vintage items, then you’ve probably heard of Rick Dale. He’s the guy who makes old things look brand spanking new on the History Channel’s hit show, American Restorations. The show has been on the air since 2010 and is one of the most successful programs on the History Channel.
But did you know that Rick started off as a contributor on another popular show, Pawn Stars? Yep, he’s the guy who restores all the cool stuff that the Pawn Stars crew buys. However, there have been rumors that Rick overcharges for his work and that sometimes his restorations are a bit shoddy.
Despite the rumors, Rick is still a beloved figure in the world of restoration. He says that his passion for restoring old items comes from his childhood poverty. He didn’t have a lot of money growing up, so he learned how to fix things himself.
We don’t know much about Rick’s early life, but we do know that he’s a talented restorer and a funny guy. If you’re ever in Las Vegas, be sure to stop by Rick’s Restorations and say hi!
What is the nationality of Rick Dale?
Rick Dale is an American who was born in Las Vegas.
How old is Rick Dale?
Rick Dale is now 52 years old and his star sign is Sagittarius. He was born on December 13.
How tall is Rick Dale and how much does he weigh?
Rick Dale stands 5 feet and 9 inches or 175 cm tall and weighs about 165 pounds or 74 kg.
Is Rick Dale married or single?
Yes, Rick Dale is married to Kelly Dale. The couple tied the knot in 1994 and they are still together with their three children.
How much is Rick Dale’s net worth?
Rick Dale has an estimated net worth of $4 million which he earned for starring in a History Channel show American Restoration and for owning his own restoration business called Rick Restorations in Las Vegas.
Does Rick Dale have any children?
Yes, Rick Dale and Kelly Dale have three children. Two sons, Tyler and Bretty, and a daughter named Ally.
Why is Rick Dale not on American Restoration?
Rick Dale initially said no to having his own show because his forte is restoring gas pumps and soda machines and he didn’t think he knew how to restore different items to carry an entire show. He left the show feeling overwhelmed about six shows in and started to go back to his comfort zone. However, it was said that Dale got fired from the show along with everyone else in the cast and the show changed format. It was said that Dale became difficult to work with. It is unprecedented that such a popular show changes direction entirely, but it has happened to American Restoration, causing a lot of its fan base to drop.