The rock-and-roll era was arguably one of the most exciting times. So, when the father and son duo dug up something in their property in Massachusetts, they were overwhelmed. When they found something and decided to dig out the buried thing, they had no idea what they were about to experience. When the prized finding finally came out, the duo called Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, scrutinized it. They were told that they have unearthed rock-and-roll history. Wolfe and Fritz have their own show in History channel where they search all over the U.S. for antique items. The duo is known pickers, because they pick items that are valuable and buy them from the person who have found it. Then they either store them or sell them to other potential customers. They have completed 19 seasons and till date their best buys include wagons, cars, etc. In one such episode when these two were invited to inspect something that has been found in the forest, they were also in for a surprise. Initially the rusty van was not considered to be some prized possession by the father and son duo, but when the pickers stopped by to inspect, they found the rusty van had some interesting history with the rock and roll band Aerosmith. On the wall of the van, the word was written along with a painting of a boy with blue jeans and striped t-shirt. In the 1970s, the rock and roll band became very popular when they got the recording deal. The pickers were trying to calculate the best price they could offer for this finding, but wasn’t sure whether the van could really belong to the band. So, he contacted people who were into rock-and-roll and knew the band Aerosmith. When a friend of the pickers contacted Tabano, and asked him to confirm the genuineness of the car, Tabano was jumping with joy. He showed pictures of the band members sitting inside the van. The van was in a shattered condition and almost everything was falling apart. The pickers got busy bargaining the best price for the van. As the guitarist sat in the van, he started sharing his old memories of how they used to travel from Boston to New Hampshire in just $125. For the band members it was like a rolling hotel. The social media went berserk after the finding. The fans wished if the van could speak, then it could have shared several stories about the band members. After verifying with the band member, the pickers estimated the value of the van at $25,000. This is how a father and son duo made money by turning the valuable rusted van into a prized possession due to its glorious past.