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Former Guns 'n Roses guitarist DJ Ashba wants his 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago turned into the ultimate "mancar," and Danny plans something special for DJ's wife. Meanwhile, Ryan and Paulie find a classic Corvette that looks great on the outside, but is a mess on the inside.
Danny plans to tackle a 1971 Chevy C10 Pick Up and flip it for big bucks, but a problem in the paint department threatens to blow the budget. Later, Danny's bandmate gets in a fender bender.
Sailor Jerry representatives enlist the guys to build a bike commemorating the late tattoo artist's iconic style and to auction it off at a charity fundraiser; Danny decides it's time for Mike and Ryan to improve their body art.
Danny loses his cool when he sees his golf cart covered in dirt and Horny Mike's stuff; Kevin tries to make Danny happy and teaches Mike a lesson.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
Cruise down memory lane as the guys from Count's Kustoms revisit some of the most iconic American cars they've ever laid eyes on: a rare 1963 split-window Corvette, a historic 1956 Chevy Two-Ten, a classic 1951 Mercury Eight and a 1963 Chrysler Imperial that Pawn Stars' "Old Man" wants to make as timeless as himself.