Danny decides to sell some of his most beloved cars. But the Count does not have a great track record when it comes to parting with his "babies", so the guys in the shop are understandably skeptical. A customer asks Danny to find and build the first car he ever had, a 1968 Dodge Charger. Plus Ryan and Shannon are tasked with recreating one of the most iconic motorcycles of all time-the "Captain America" chopper from the classic film, "Easy Rider".
When a high-rolling car collector sets his sights on Danny's prized Boat-Tail Riviera, Danny and the collector enter a big bucks negotiation to see if he's worthy of taking this beauty home. Then two sons commission Count's Kustoms to build a 1953 Chevy Pickup to honor their parents and the family business. Meanwhile Ryan brings in a new artist to create a unique motorcycle tribute for a soldier lost in Vietnam.
Counts Kustoms gets an out of this world request for a '57 Chevy to be customized with images from the Hubble Telescope. Horny Mike convinces Danny to help him customize a giant truck and trailer, and Danny soon regrets his decision. Also while Danny and Ryan are hunting for a possible flip, they spot an incredibly rare and valuable Shelby Mustang.
A retired four-star general has an important mission for Danny and Counts Kustoms, to build his dream car, a 1967 Chevy Corvette.
Danny finally gets around to tackling one of his most important projects, restoring his father's 1956 Ford Thunderbird. Next Danny spots a gorgeous El Camino with a sky-high price tag. But Mike and Shannon pull the trigger on an overpriced old jeep, making Danny very unhappy.
Danny and the team are commissioned to turn a 1969 Chevy Nova into a dream machine. The budget is big but not big enough. But once Danny commits, he's all in and decides to do whatever it takes to make this one of the world's baddest Novas. While the car spends countless hours in the body shop, Ryan and Mike find a '73 Cougar convertible said to belong to Hollywood Royalty. Later, Ryan and Kevin go on the hunt and stumble upon a rare 1952 British motorcycle.
Steve's family has owned the same 1966 Caddy Convertible since he was five. He and his wife even took it to their prom! Now he commissions Danny and the team to restore it back to its glory days. But a tight budget turns this project into a real challenge. Meanwhile Ryan and Mike are hunting for a flip and spot a rare 1964 Buick Skylark.
Danny and Ryan team up for a special project with legendary custom painter Jon Kosmoski to paint an old DIVCO milk truck. While Ryan and Mike are meeting Jon and his team at House of Kolor in Minneapolis, Danny heads to Shelby American to check out their latest masterpieces, including a beautiful 2017 Super Snake and an historic GT40.
Danny and Ryan have big plans for a low riding Lincoln. Lonnie, one of the shop's long time painters, wants to give his Lincoln lowrider a new, but simple, paint job but that's not going to happen. While Lonnie tricks out the inside, Ryan uses some insane painting techniques to give it the full Count's Kustoms treatment. Meanwhile, Mike and Paul find a Rolls Royce that used to belong to Donny and Marie Osmond. Then Mike and Ryan check out a super rare all original '69 Mach 1 Mustang.
When the World Series of Poker guys want a Count's Kustoms chopper as the ultimate online giveaway, Danny is determined to make it something special, without looking like a billboard. Meanwhile, Mike and Ryan check out a completely original 1967 Camaro SS and go for a spin in a 1957 Bel Air. Then Danny and Ryan come across something really unusual - a 1969 Checker Aerobus.
Danny is commissioned to custom paint a brand new pick-up for a charity auction for the local YMCA. But Danny can't stop at paint, he adds the ultimate accessory a matching chopper that fits in the back. With time running short, Ryan needs everyone working at lightning speed to complete both. Between projects, Kevin and Ryan spot an awesome 1953 Chevy Lowrider, and pull it over for closer inspection.
Brann Dailor, drummer for the Grammy® winning heavy metal band Mastodon, brings in his 1970 Cadillac Coupe DeVille for some much needed Counts Kustoms love. Shannon and Ryan bring in a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, owned by a one-of-a-kind lady. Plus... Kevin comes across a 1972 Boat Tail Riviera that he's pretty sure Danny will fall in love with.
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andr Fleury comes to Count's Kustoms looking for an All-American muscle car fit for a three-time Stanley Cup champion. Plus, Danny agrees to prep several of Burt Reynold's personal rides for auction; he didn't know that he would be fulfilling one of the film legend's final wishes.
Guitarist DJ Ashba stops by the shop to have Danny work on his 100 year old Model-T rat rod. Then, the Count's Kustoms crew are commissioned to build a car that would make Bo and Luke proud, a 21st century version of the iconic General Lee Dodge Charger from the "Dukes of Hazzard" TV show. And when the proud owners of a 1996 Ford Bronco want to pay tribute to their military family with a portrait on the hood, they enlist Danny to get the job done.
Danny has big plans for a little street rocket known as a Manta, and the crew commissions an 80s era Corvette that the owner wants to bring into the new millennium. Shannon meets a lady motorcycle racer who wants her Harley XR1200 customized to her exact specifications.
The massive auto extravaganza known as SEMA is rolling into Las Vegas, and this time Danny will be ready. He's getting not one, but two incredible Counts Kustoms creations ready for the big show. Ryan and Mike travel to Borla Exhaust headquarters in Los Angeles to work on the Manta McLaren tribute car and check out a rare vintage Ferrari. Meanwhile Danny throws budget and restraint out the window turning his old 1955 Chevy into a world class 70's era Gasser.
Danny Koker restores a 1969 Shelby GT500 numbers-matching car from a rust bucket into an instant classic. The team visits the Detroit Autorama to check out the Ridler Award competition where million-dollar cars are the norm. Danny also sells off two meaningful cars from his own personal collection.