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The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 0 votes.
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Take to the streets with the Count's Kustoms crew and revisit some of the best pullovers in the history of Counting Cars: Danny's very first pullover involving a '39 Chevy, a run-in with the law over a '68 Cadillac Limo and a VW Thing that catches Rick Harrison's eye. Later, the tables turn on Danny when he gets pulled over while driving his '73 Plymouth Sebring.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 53 votes.
Inspired by the Rat Rods at a local shop, Danny sends the guys out to find parts for a Count's Kustoms Rat Rod. While on the hunt, Danny gets distracted by a beauty of a Bel Air and finds himself on the other side of the bargaining table.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 106 votes.
Get wild with Danny and the Count's Kustoms crew and revisit some of the craziest rides ever featured on Counting Cars: a twin-engine Model T hot-rod decked out with four superchargers, an insanely tricked out '73 Buick Riviera, Horny Mike's bus transformed into a giant green monster, a pimped out '71 Cadillac Superfly and an insane one-of-a-kind rat rod that causes Danny to lose his mind.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 54 votes.
Danny and the team work on a high-end client's 1967 Caddy and plan to apply a root beer paint job. Jeff Blando of the band Slaughter wants finishing touches applied to his rock-n-roll theme chopper that Danny built for him years ago. Meanwhile, Ryan and Roli check out a Buick Skylark with a Hollywood history.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 203 votes.
Representatives from Sailor Jerry enlist the shop's help to build a bike to commemorate the late artist's iconic-style and to auction off at an upcoming charity fundraiser. With tattoos on the brain, Danny decides it time for Mike and Ryan to finally get an upgrade on their awful body art. Also, Danny takes Mike to his buddy Steve's house to check out his 1941 Willys, hoping that Mike might learn to appreciate a true classic.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 185 votes.
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister stops by Count's Kustoms to have Danny turn his brand new Tesla into a rock and roller's ride. But when strange things start happening, the guys aren't sure if it's blown a fuse, or if it's possessed. Meanwhile, Danny and Davey Deals spot a 1970 Monte Carlo, and Danny tries to convince the owner to let him take it home.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 261 votes.
Two brothers want to surprise their Dad with the ultimate car-guy gift, a fully-restored 1957 Limited-Edition T-Bird that's been sitting in the family's pasture for many years. Will Danny be able to bring the old bird back to her original glory? Also, Mike and Ryan find an unusual car collector with some very unusual rides.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 210 votes.
When Danny is asked to create a commemorative bike that honors music legend Les Paul he has to pull out all the stops, and hopes his team can get it done in 30 days. Horny Mike wants to impress Danny and looks at a 1940 Dodge that’s for sale. Danny and Kevin investigate a 1964 Galaxie that has Danny wanting to buy it.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 85 votes.
Danny tricks out a dune buggy and cruises over to the Shelby Heritage Foundation. Later, Mike and Roli roll up on a classic Karmann Ghia that they hope to buy from the owner.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 208 votes.
Danny and the boys meet with a customer who wants a wicked paint job to match his wicked 1959 Anglia dragster. Meanwhile, Shannon and Ryan are building a custom Harley Davidson bagger for a client using a repurposed police bike. Shannon is tired of being dogged by Mike and Roli so he sends them to the dogs. Literally.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 72 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 74 votes.
The shop has its hands full with a custom psychedelic bike, and Danny's infamous friend, Davey Deals, orders a barbeque grill like no one has ever seen. Later, Scott hooks the guys up with the ride of a lifetime.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 78 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Counting Cars from 150 votes.
Last updated: nov 23, 2020
One of the few car shows I´m still watching. Yeah, it´s not the best thing in TV land but it is still entertaining and the short format helps.
Tuesday January 7th 2014 don't miss this season 3 premiere
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