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Most people in Las Vegas bet with chips, but Danny "The Count" Koker bets with cars. Known from his numerous appearances on Pawn Stars, this Sin City legend walks, talks and breathes classic American muscle cars. When he sees a car he wants, he will do whatever it takes to get his hands on it—including making on-the-spot cash offers to unsuspecting owners. On the HISTORY series Counting Cars, Danny and his team restore, customize and sell cars in a hurry, scrambling to keep their Las Vegas shop in the black. From vintage Thunderbirds to classic Corvettes, toy cars to souped-up sidecar motorcycles, Danny and the crew of Count's Kustoms will stop at nothing to find and flip the greatest rides of all time.
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.
Danny makes an old Ford Econoline look so cool that in the end, two buyers get into a bidding war for it. Danny can score big, but only if he can let his baby go. Also, Mike and Roli find a BMW motorcycle with a lot of history, and then stumble upon Mike's dream car in a local's garage.
A family brings in an old pickup truck to be restored in memory of their mom, and Danny needs to figure out how to build the perfect tribute vehicle, without blowing the budget. Later on, he finds a rare old Oldsmobile 442 that the owner is looking to sell before he moves out of town. Danny sleeps on it, and goes back for another visit, determined to score that Olds.
Danny must do a full bumper-to-bumper restoration on a '66 Mustang convertible, but after stripping it down, he finds very little car between her bumpers; Danny must to decide between asking for more money or losing a bunch of his own.
Danny and the team continue wrestling with a stock restoration Mustang mess, hoping for extra funds and a lot of patience from their client; Kevin spots a rare old Grand Prix and Danny visits a world class specialist, looking for ideas.
The team is commissioned to restore a 1941 Triumph motorcycle back to its World War II-era glory; even with a $50,000 budget, the project turns into a big challenge; Danny tricks out a friend's Denali and visits a mind-blowing car collection.
Danny and his crew continue to piece together a World War II-era Triumph motorcycle for a client, hoping to make it a tribute to his family's military roots, but when they finally get it all together and try to crank it, it won't start.
Danny builds a world-class bike for a high-end client, and if all goes well it could mean a ton of new business for the shop; Mike and Ryan hunt for the perfect Mustang and Kevin spots a car his grandmother used to drive.
A high-end client has his heart set on a tricked-out '68 Camaro, so Danny sets out to find one and give it the world-class Counts Kustoms treatment; Kevin spots a 1969 AMX that he knows Danny has always wanted.
Ryan goes down the Cadillac customization wormhole, and everyone is happy to watch him go, just to see how the project turns out; Danny is inspired to go check out an amazing Cadillac collection; Mike and Paulie try to buy a rare old Camaro.
Shannon recruits the guys to help him finish up a gift for Danny, a bike he started building for him 10 years ago; Danny spots a 1969 Corvette in a friend's lot and can't resist paying a visit. Ryan buys a sweet Baja Bug.
Danny Koker(Host & Owner)
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