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. (Source: The History Channel)
Danny puts a lot of time into a 1967 Ford Bronco, but to make any money, the shop will have to sell it quickly. A customer brings in a 1950 Harley Davidson.
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.