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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.
While urging Danny to sell some cars, Kevin succeeds in launching another one of Danny's dream builds, a 1970 Lincoln Mark III; NASCAR driver Kyle Larson arranges for Danny and the guys to get the VIP treatment at the Las Vegas Speedway; enhanced.
Mike and Shannon convince Danny to sponsor them in a 24-hour endurance race called The LeMons, which pits cheap hunks of junk against each other in the Arizona desert; the guys must find the perfect pile of rolling rust for the race; enhanced.
The guys finally find a car for the Arizona Lemons race, and it turns out to be a beat-up old racer, once owned by Shannon; Ryan and Danny get a lead on a car rumored to have been customized by George Barris, the creator of the Batmobile; enhanced.
When Danny gets a commission to restore a 1969 Corvette, his biggest challenge will be in letting it go; Kevin and Mike check out two classics that have been hidden in a garage for decades; Mike finds a rare Oldsmobile 422; enhanced.
Ryan, Mike and Shannon convince Danny to sponsor them in a race called The LeMons, which is a race pitting hunks of junk against each other in the Arizona desert; Ryan and Danny get a lead on a car rumored to have been customized by George Barris.
Actor Michael Madsen decides to restore a 1964 Ford Mustang and brings it to Count's Kustoms; after the restoration, Danny heads to Los Angeles to deliver the restored Mustang to Madsen; Danny reminisces about his days as a stunt driver.
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