Next Episode of Counting Cars Supercharged is
Season 2 / Episode 24 and airs on 05 March 2017 02:00
Counting Cars shows the work that Danny "The Count" Koker and his crew go through to restore and customize classic vehicles, from acquiring the rides -- whether he finds them at an auto auction or a roadside diner -- to restoring and modifying the vehicles to help flip them for profit. Classic cars, like Thunderbirds and Corvettes, and motorcycles are often seen in his shop, Count's Kustoms. This edition Counting Cars Supercharged of the half-hour show features enhanced versions of episodes that previously aired as part of the original run.
Sailor Jerry representatives enlist Danny and the crew to build a bike commemorating the tattoo artist's iconic style; Danny decides Mike and Ryan need to improve their body art; Danny takes Mike to Steve's house to see his 1941 Willys.
Twisted Sister's Dee Snider asks Danny to turn his new Tesla into a rocker's ride; the crew suspects Snider's car may be possessed; Danny and Davey Deals spot a 1970 Monte Carlo, and Danny tries to convince the owner to let him take it home.
(Enhanced.) Danny takes on a psychedelic chopper project that is so 70s cool, he's worried he might not be able to give it to the customer when it's done. While the bike's being worked on, he hits the streets to check out a pair of classic Mini Coopers and a rare Split Bumper Camaro.
Danny and the team take on a 1967 Cadillac for a high-end client, but Ryan and Danny's plan to match its interior with a root-beer paint job may fizzle; musician Jeff Blando stops by to get the finishing touch on his chopper.
Danny hopes to flip a 1975 El Camino for a big profit, but the crew must put aside their differences first; Danny seeks inspiration from Wayne Newton, aka Mr. Las Vegas, who has an impressive car collection.
Danny has plans to put an evil twist on a classic Cadillac to impress a big client; Ryan attempts to give a custom paint job to a high-tech Lego car.
Guitarist DJ Ashba arrives in a 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago to be turned into the ultimate ``man car;'' Ryan and Paulie try to score a classic Corvette that looks great on the outside but is a disaster on the inside.
Twisted Sister's Dee Snider drops by the shop to get a custom ``Sugar Bear'' front end put on his Von Dutch motorcycle; bike builder Sugar Bear works at his own pace, while Snider needs the bike in a hurry; Ryan and Horny Mike look for a new project.
Danny takes in a dune buggy to trick out in outrageous Count's Kustoms style; the Shelby Heritage Foundation; Mike and Roli roll up on a classic Karmann Ghia that they hope to buy from its owner, and make a new shop project.
Hoping to surprise their father with the ultimate gift, two brothers ask Danny to restore the 1957 Special Edition T-Bird that's been sitting in the family's pasture for many years; Mike and Ryan find an unusual car collector.
Danny wants to trick out a two-wheel-drive Chevy Blazer and flip it for a big profit; painter Ryan tries out a new twist on a retro flame design; Shannon and Mike spot a sweet GTO; Ryan takes Mike out to get a lesson in old-school car culture.
Danny blows a gasket upon seeing his golf cart covered in dirt and Horny Mike's weird stuff; later, Danny finds some potential gems in a backyard, and Mike and Shannon find a Cadillac who's owner is one of the original ``Superfly'' Caddy builders.
Danny tackles a 1971 Chevy C10 Pick Up, but a snafu in the paint department threatens to blow his budget sky high; later, Danny's band mate, Stoney, gets in a fender bender.
Danny has big plans for a 1972 Cutlass he hopes to flip; Roli seeks the help of the guys to learn to do a burn-out; Danny checks out a 1971 Torino whose owner can't seem to put a price on it.
Danny and the guys meet with a customer who wants a wicked paint job to match his wicked 1959 Anglia dragster; Shannon and Ryan build a custom Harley Davidson bagger for a client using a re-purposed police bike.
Musician George Lynch stops by with his 1965 Buick Riviera and gives Danny free rein to customize it; after years of having the wrong business information on his detailing van, Roli teams up with Horny Mike to get a custom wrap job done.
Ryan is challenged to paint a Harley Trike in the spirit of Van Gogh's "Starry Night;'' Kevin finds a car that could be one the most valuable ones Danny has ever seen, if it proves to be an original.
Mike buys a Smart car and wants to trick it out at the shop, but Kevin warns that Danny can't find out about it until it's done; Danny and Kevin come across a 1939 Ford; Danny's pal, Shane, wants to show off his new 1955 Chevy.
Doc works on a 1967 Firebird, and he enlists painter Ryan to make it look as mean as it will run; Danny checks out a one-of-a-kind local car collection, including a lightning fast Shelby Mustang and a legendary 1950 Mercury known as "Black Magic.''
Shannon turns to the shop for help when he takes on restoring a 1962 Karmann Ghia as an anniversary present for his wife; Danny checks out a legendary collection and comes face to face with the mythical Frankenstude; enhanced.
A customer wants to trick out his 2004 Harley Davidson Road Glide; a collector drops by with a rare 1970 Lincoln Mark III; Horny Mike wants to prove he can spot a good flip but gets sidetracked by a 1930 Ford rat rod; enhanced.
Danny makes an old Ford Econoline look so cool, two buyers get into a bidding war over it; Mike and Roli find a BMW motorcycle with a lot of history, then they stumble upon Mike's dream car in a garage.
When a family brings in an old pickup truck to be restored in memory of their mother, Danny needs to figure out how to build the perfect tribute vehicle without blowing the budget; later, Danny finds a rare old Oldsmobile 442; enhanced.
Ryan reluctantly goes down the Caddy customization wormhole on a personal project; Danny is inspired to go check out an amazing Cadillac collection; Mike and Paulie try to buy a rare old Camaro; enhanced.
Danny Koker(Danny "The Count" Koker)
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