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: History Channel)
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.
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.