Danny charges Ryan with customizing his new Chevy Silverado; Danny wants it to maintain the flavor of his old 1956 truck; Danny and his friend, Davey Deals, find a rare GTO Judge; Mike buys a 1969 Corvette that may be a rip-off.
Danny and the team are commissioned to build a bike for a true American hero, a military veteran. He wants to show off his love for family and country by covering the bike with American flags, and portraits of loved ones who also served.
When Tommy Lee's beloved bike gets crushed in an accident, he turns to the only person he trusts to fix it - the guys who built it - Count's Kustoms. Danny and Ryan take in a cool collection to cheer them up after seeing Tommy's smashed bike. Then after lots of tender loving care, Danny heads to LA, to bring Tommy his baby back.
Kevin tries to get Danny to sell some of his cars, but succeeds only in kick starting another of Danny's dream builds, a 1970 Lincoln Mark III. Meanwhile, NASCAR star Kyle Larson stops by the shop to check out some of Danny's hottest rides, and hooks Danny and the guys up with the VIP treatment for a NASCAR race at the Las Vegas Speedway.
Ryan, Mike and Shannon convince Danny to sponsor them in a 24-hour endurance race called The LeMons. This race pits cheap hunks of junk against each other deep in the Arizona desert. Meanwhile Danny has the guys work on a one of a kind special shop project as payback for his sponsorship. With limited time between their shop duties and the race fast approaching the guys realize that finding the perfect pile of rolling rust for the race is not as easy as it seems.
The guys finally find a not so perfect car for the Arizona Lemons race; a beat up old racer, once owned by Shannon. With a little begging and very little cash they buy it back. Next they resurrect the Junker as the "Counts Bloody Mess". Now ready to race they realize first place may not be an option but maybe they can get the "Counts Bloody Mess" to at least finish in one piece. Meanwhile, Ryan and Danny get a lead on a car rumored to have been customized by the legendary creator of the Batmobile, George Barris.
When Danny gets a commission to restore a 1969 Corvette, his biggest challenge won't be bringing her back to life but rather not letting her go when he's done because this is his absolute dream car. Kevin and Mike check out two classics that have been hidden in a garage for decades; Mike finds a rare Oldsmobile 422.
Musician Dee Snider brings a brand new BMW Z4 to the shop to be customized as an anniversary present for his wife, Suzette; however, Suzette is not happy with the finished product; Mike builds a picnic table on wheels.
Actor Michael Madsen decides to restore a 1964 Ford Mustang and brings it to Count's Kustoms; when the restoration is complete, Danny heads to Los Angeles to deliver the restored Mustang to Madsen; Danny reminisces about his days as a stunt driver.
Kevin's brother Steve wants a 1980 Kawasaki KZ100 motorcycle tricked out just like the ones on the classic TV series, CHiPs. He and Danny try to keep the project a secret, but Kevin finds out and plans a surprise of his own, and no one can believe who rides the bike out in the end! Ryan and Mike pull over a 1961 Ford Falcon that's built for the dragstrip, and Danny sets his sights on a classic Grand Prix that he thinks will make a perfect flip for the shop.
It seems every time Danny finds a project for the shop, he winds up keeping it. Now Ryan and Kevin are determined to find a car Danny will actually fix up, and flip. And they do, a 1972 Datsun 240z. Danny agrees to fix it and sell it, but when he has a last minute change of heart, Ryan has to figure out how to make the Count's vision a reality without derailing the whole project. Meanwhile, Davey Deals shows off his new muscle car, a 1969 Falcon, and Ryan and Kevin spot and pull over a restored 1953 Ford.
Danny and the guys help a customer surprise his brother on his 50th birthday with an amazing gift, a muscled up fully restored '68 Chevy Nova.
Danny and Shannon are in motorcycle heaven when they are asked to restore a rare 1957 Harley Davidson Pan head prototype.
The local Fox News channel is looking to update their Ford Expedition Storm Chaser in the coolest way possible. They want to turn a run-of-the-mill SUV into an all-weather mobile news unit they can also bring to schools to help kids learn about weather. The elaborate paint scheme calls for all the iconic Vegas attractions and the station's mascot, Rusty the Fox. Meanwhile, Danny and Ryan get a class in high performance driving at the Bondurant Racing School in Phoenix. And later Kevin and Roli find a rare 1956 Ford Truck with a history as outrageous as its price tag.
A client wants a 1956 Chevy Bel Air, not just to remember the old days, but to drive cross country. Danny finds a red beauty, and he and the crew jump in to make her look like 1956, but drive like today. Ryan and Mike drive to a local shop to check out another classic Chevy - a fully restored 1960 Corvette. Kevin and Mike are on the hunt for a new flip and spot a rare 1963 Mercury Comet.
When the vehicle holding a land speed record, The Turbinator, blew a tire at 400 MPH last year, some serious damage was done. Now that it's repaired and ready for an awesome paint job, the owners have called on Counts Kustoms to make the vehicle look as fast as it goes. Danny decides that the crew should be there in Bonneville, Utah when the Turbinator goes for the record again. Shannon and Mike have to work through a communication snafu to complete a cool paint job on an Indian Motorcycle, and Danny checks out a classic Mercury and a Rolls Royce.
Ryan and Kevin head to the Bonneville Salt Flats to see The Turbinator, a vehicle that holds a land speed record try to break 500 MPH. Back at the shop, Davey Deals stops by to ask Danny to help him sell a classic 1951 Nash, and Mike and Paul trick out an electric bicycle that's projected to hit 100-miles-per-hour. Danny decides to put the bike to the test, pitting two wheels of electric power against the high octane horsepower of an all American Muscle car.
When a client rolls into Count's Kustoms with a beautiful 1955 Chevy Nomad, Danny can't help but want the car for his collection. While the owner wants a simple paint job Danny and Ryan have a hard time doing simple. They take a chance and decide to surprise the client with some Count's Kustoms style pin striping. Danny figures the Nomad's owner doesn't like how it turns out, he might just sell it! Meanwhile, Mike and Shannon find 1972 Nova in desperate need of an overhaul. Then Ryan and Shannon check out a rare Harley-Davidson dirt bike.
When a client gives Danny free rein to customize a muscle car of his choice, Danny goes old school with a 1967 Camaro; the car is beautiful right from the start enabling Danny and his team to focus on turning it into a world class street machine.