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Successful flippers turn their passion for vintage homes into profit.Vintage Flip is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on May 1, 2015.Vintage Flip is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Vintage Flip on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, HGTV, Google Play, iTunes online.

2 Seasons, 22 Episodes
May 1, 2015
Documentary & Biography, Kids & Family, Reality
Cast: Jessie Rodriguez, Tina Rodriguez
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  • Jessie and Tina dive into restoring a 1923 art deco bungalow in Ontario, CA. While the property is in a great neighborhood, the house itself is a confusing mishmash of styles. Will Jessie and Tina be able to sift through decades of renovations and bring this charming bungalow back to its 1920s roots?

  • Jessie and Tina roll up their sleeves and take on a 1952 postwar home in Covina, California. This house has a rich, industrial history ready to be restored, but problems lurk around every corner. Will they be able to bring back this home's simple, streamlined design and manage to make a profit?

  • Jessie and Tina tackle a 1936 Spanish hacienda home in an expensive Long Beach, CA, neighborhood. The kitchen and bathroom need a full remodel, and the couple hopes to bring back the home's charm without going over budget.

  • Jessie and Tina restore an 1899 Queen Anne Victorian in Redlands, CA.

  • Jessie and Tina have closed on a huge house on the historic register in Ontario, Calif., and they're excited to get started on this 1918 homestead.

  • Jessie and Tina are restoring an abandoned ranch home in West Covina, Calif. that was built in 1952 during Southern California's car culture boom, and they are excited to channel a vintage car theme in the home's design.

  • Jessie and Tina restore a 1959 midcentury modern dream house in Upland, Calif. with vaulted ceilings, huge windows, and open floor plan, and streamlined exterior.

  • Jessie and Tina purchase a small one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage in the up-and-coming downtown area of Pomona, Calif., and want to reconfigure the 1907 home to add a second bedroom and bathroom.

  • A couple takes a risk in buying a 1925 Spanish home in LaVerne, Calif., before seeing the inside.

  • Jessie and Tina purchase a massive Craftsman in a desirable neighborhood of Claremont, Calif., that has been a fixture of the area ever since 1914, but desperately needs renovation.

  • While Tina goes out of town, Jessie comes across a quaint home in downtown Upland, Calif., that was built in 1924 and sits across the street from an old railroad station.

  • Jessie and Tina tackle the renovation of a 1912 Craftsman-style bungalow in San Dimas, Calif., a community with a small town feel and unique architecture.

  • Jessie and Tina purchase a home in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles and discover there is a second house on the property. Will this flip attract today's buyers, or will Jessie and Tina be left with a loss?

  • Jessie and Tina draw on Western materials and designs as they flip a ranch-style home in a horse-friendly neighborhood in Whittier, California.

  • Jessie and Tina come across a rare find of a home in Orange, California. After a big investment to give this home a midcentury feel, will they be able to walk away with a profit?

  • Jessie and Tina discover a home in the hip, eclectic area of Retro Row in Long Beach, CA. Highlighting bright and bold color choices, they will attempt to bring this Craftsman house back to life.

  • Jessie and Tina find a 1950s-era time capsule home in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. With almost all of the features original to the home, they have a rare opportunity to salvage this home's character and stay within budget.

  • Jessie and Tina want to transform a lackluster Spanish-style home in Monrovia, California, to its former glory. Can they stay on budget, or will this renovation cost them in the long run?

  • Jessie and Tina purchase a Craftsman house sight unseen in their neighborhood of Claremont, CA.They are determined to bring back its 1920s features, but will they be able to bring back the history of the home and make a profit?

  • Jessie and Tina flip a 1902 cottage in Tina's hometown of Upland, California. They discover that the home has lost nearly all of its original Victorian era details. Can they turn this passion project into profit?

  • Jessie and Tina restore a 1929 Tudor home in Santa Ana, California.