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Danny has big retro plans for a 1972 Cutlass he hopes to flip, and is counting on his fab team to do her right. 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.
Mike buys a Smart car and wants to trick it out at the shop, but Kevin warns that Danny hates new cars and can't find out about it until it's done. Danny and Kevin go for a spin in Kevin's new Caddy and come across a 1939 Ford. Danny's pal Shane wants to show Danny his new 1955 Chevy and a special project that will take Danny back to when he first got into cars.
Shannon turns to the shop for help when he takes on restoring a 1962 Karmann Ghia as an anniversary present for his wife. With the tables are turned, Shannon quickly learns that the customer isn't always right. Meanwhile, Danny gets the invitation of a lifetime to check out a legendary personal car collection he's only heard about and comes face to face with a rare El Camino fused with an SSR and the mythical Frankenstude.
Danny must give up his prized 1972 Monte Carlo for one of his biggest clients, and is counting on his team to get the job done in one week. Meanwhile Ryan and Mike go for the ride of their lives in a 1965 Fastback Mustang. Danny sneaks a peek at a1948 Olds that looks like it needs a lot of love that he's willing to give but only if it's a good deal.
Danny is inspired to take back on an old project, a 1967 Ford Bronco that he's already sunk a lot of time and money into but to make any profit, the shop will have to turn it around quickly. Meanwhile, a customer brings in a 1950 Harley Davidson he was restored stock, but will Ryan's paint additions turn him off? Danny gets a chance to go for a spin in a 1966 Corvette Sting Ray and later lucks out and comes across a 1950 Ford 2-Door.
Danny has a customer all lined up to buy his 1967 Ford Bronco he's restoring, but Ryan's mistake has set the project way back. Meanwhile, Mike and Roli settle a score at a gun range with Shannon keeping the peace. Danny stops to check out a 1980 Fire Truck that was a first responder at the tragic Las Vegas MGM fire and a 1929 Ford has Danny asking Mike to chase it down.
When Danny is asked to create a commemorative bike that honors music legend Les Paul he has to pull out all the stops, and hopes his team can get it done in 30 days. Horny Mike wants to impress Danny and looks at a 1940 Dodge that's for sale. Danny and Kevin investigate a 1964 Galaxie that has Danny wanting to buy it.
Danny and the boys meet with a customer who wants a wicked paint job to match his wicked 1959 Anglia dragster. Meanwhile, Shannon and Ryan are building a custom Harley Davidson bagger for a client using a repurposed police bike. Shannon is tired of being dogged by Mike and Roli so he sends them to the dogs. Literally.
Danny has a customer who wants to restore a 1942 Ford truck that saw some action in WWII. But when Danny takes in the project he quickly learns it'll need a lot more love than he thought. Roli and Ryan check out a '71 Duster while Danny goes out to look for a quick flip and scores a 1974 Bronco that isn't all he thought it would be.
The shop has its hands full restoring a 1942 Ford truck that needed a lot of TLC and a special touch for the owner's wife. Danny and Ryan check out a badass 1929 Ford Roadster while Gary pulls one over on Mike in the paint shop. Danny comes across a Corvette and Firebird that might be for sale.
Get wild with Danny and the Count's Kustoms crew and revisit some of the craziest rides ever featured on Counting Cars: a twin-engine Model T hot-rod decked out with four superchargers, an insanely tricked out '73 Buick Riviera, Horny Mike's bus transformed into a giant green monster, a pimped out '71 Cadillac Superfly and an insane one-of-a-kind rat rod that causes Danny to lose his mind.
Danny scores a pimp-tastic 1967 Impala, but when it's time to hand over the keys to an important client Danny doesn't think he can let her go. Meanwhile Roli does the unthinkable and puts the shop's top project in jeopardy. Danny steps back in time when an old friend shows him a 1914 Ford that's headed to the Smithsonian. Danny and Ryan think they've seen a ghost when they spot a Meyers Manx Dune buggy for sale that looks a lot like their old favorite Sparkles.
Take to the streets with the Count's Kustoms crew and revisit some of the best pullovers in the history of Counting Cars: Danny's very first pullover involving a '39 Chevy, a run-in with the law over a '68 Cadillac Limo and a VW Thing that catches Rick Harrison's eye. Later, the tables turn on Danny when he gets pulled over while driving his '73 Plymouth Sebring.
Legendary rocker George Lynch from the metal band Dokken stops by with his very cool 1965 Buick Riviera. He gives Danny free rein to put the Count's Kustoms rock and roll touch on it. Will Danny be able to please the man who is as passionate about cars, as he is music? Also, after years of having the wrong business info/ graphics on his detailing van, Roli decides to do something about it, and teams up with Horny Mike to get a custom wrap job done.
Get creative with the Count's Kustoms crew and rediscover some of the most unique projects they've ever taken on: a 1980 Lavey Craft speed boat painted to match the owner's 1935 Chevy, a customized, one of a kind Can-Am Spider, a commemorative go-kart fire truck, a vintage FMC motor home and a severely damaged Lincoln Mark V restored to its former glory.
"Engine Whisperer" Doc has a cool '67 Firebird he's been working on. While he's a mechanical maestro under the hood, his paint skills are lacking so he enlists Ryan to make it look as mean as it will run. Meanwhile, 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."
This two-part episode starts with a client asking Danny to find and build a 1979 Camaro Z28, to commemorate the first car he ever owned. After they find one online, they soon learn that the car is not in nearly as good of a condition as they thought, and the project turns into a nightmare. While Danny figures out what to do, another client arrives and asks Ryan to trick out four high end computer towers--in three days.
Danny's battle with nightmare Z28 continues as he puts it though endless fabrication to bring it back to life. While it's being revived, Danny takes a break to revisit Steve Barton's world class car collection, and see if he can convince him to sell a gem or two. When the client comes to pick up his Z28, Danny will finally learn if it was worth all the trouble.
A customer wants to trick out his 2004 Harley Davidson Road Glide, but both Shannon and Ryan aren't sure they can do everything he wants. A fellow collector drops by dangling a rare 1970 Lincoln Mark III in front of Danny who can't wait to take her for a spin. Meanwhile Horny Mike wants to prove to Danny he can spot a good flip but instead gets sidetracked by a 1930 Ford rat rod.
Danny has wanted a Plymouth Roadrunner ever since a couple of car nuts pulled him over a few years ago, and bought his Sebring on the spot. He's finally found one and he's doing it up exactly as he wants to. Meanwhile, Horny Mike takes on a side project that is as scary as it is silly.
Ryan is challenged to paint a Harley Trike in the spirit of Van Gogh's "Starry Night," and Kevin finds a car that could be one the most valuable ones Danny has ever seen--if it's an original.
Danny has found and bought a replacement for his beloved Dune Buggy "Sparkles." As the guys are turning it into the ultimate 70s beach fantasy, Mike convinces Ryan to take it for a quick joy ride that ends anything but joyful. Also, Danny visits a collection with a patriotic 1962 Corvette he falls in love with.
Danny wants Ryan to fix a bad flame job on his beloved police cruiser that's been sitting in the shop for years. A customer asks Shannon to restore his 1979 Iron Head Sportster that's more a pile of parts than a bike. Danny and Roli come across a 1974 Nova that would make for a great flip but the owner isn't ready to let her go. Danny and Kevin check out the 1940 Dodge rat rod Horny Mike told them about to see if it's a buy, or a bust.
Brush up with Danny and his crew and revisit some of the best paint jobs in Counting Cars history: a constitutional Corvette that blows its new owner away, a 1960 Chevy Delivery that's been through three paint jobs, a '92 Ford ambulance converted into a spooky ghost-hunting machine, a patriotic motorcycle that pays tribute to the USS Belknap, and a '59 Chevy Panel Truck that leaves Danny speechless.