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Danny acquires a '62 Caddy which he hopes will be a huge flip. Ryan devises a secret plan for the car behind Danny's back, but when Danny finds out there's some explaining to do. Later, Danny and Ryan visit a world-class dune buggy collection, while back at the shop a snafu threatens to turn the Caddy from a money maker, into a money pit.
Danny tries to get the derailed '62 Caddy project back on track, while Ryan tries to make amends for a mishap by finding a flip or two for the shop. When Danny finally unveils his finished 62 Caddy, will Ryan's paint plan make it all worth the trouble, or will this Caddy be one big expensive mess?
Danny scores a 1967 Mustang that he hopes he can turn into another Count's Kustoms masterpiece. He visits a local muscle car collection for inspiration, and later brings in an expert from the Shelby headquarters for a seal of approval. But will The Count's Mustang cut the mustard? Also, Shannon and Roli meet a classic couple and their classic 50s Chevys.
Danny makes a plan to put the Count's Kustoms touch on a classic Harley Davidson that he hopes to sell for a big profit. But when the bike reaches Horny Mike the whole project is put in jeopardy. Meanwhile Danny finds a rare Mercury that he knows nothing about, but he loves it so much that he starts bidding anyway.
Danny looks at some of the most famous clients to walk through the doors at Count's Kustoms; Elvira, who needs a facelift for her infamous Macabre Mobile; Chumlee and the Lincoln Continental he wants to flip in true ``Pawn Stars'' fashion.
Mike gives all the guys their own drifter trikes, but they have to customize them, then race them at the local track; Danny finds a property full of funeral cars, he finds himself in hearse heaven.
Paint the town with Danny and his crew and revisit some of the most impressive paint jobs in Counting Cars history: a 1971 Road Runner gets a crazy new coat to commemorate a loved one, Rob Zombie's truck undergoes a screaming transformation, a Harley is transformed into a work of art inspired by the client's own tattoos, a dune buggy gets a nautical-themed electric blue makeover, a horse trailer is given a traffic-stopping new look, and a champion soap box racer receives a red hot finish that's bound to intimidate the competition.
Think outside the box with the Count's Kustoms crew and revisit some of the most unique projects ever commissioned on Counting Cars: a '72 Chevy Blazer transformed into a tailgaters' dream, a chopper specially customized for an amputee rider, a run-down Ford Ranchero converted into a billiard beauty, and a long lost '69 Pontiac Firebird brought back from the dead. Later, Rick Harrison challenges Danny to turn a rust bucket into a replica of the Mustang featured in the Steve McQueen classic Bullitt.