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Counting Cars season 6 episodes list:
Former Guns & Roses guitarist DJ Ashba arrives at Count's Kustoms in a 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago that he wants turned into the ultimate "mancar", but Danny must make sure he includes something special for DJ's wife. Ryan and Paulie hit the streets and try to score a classic Corvette that looks great on the outside, but is a disaster on the inside.
Danny gets started on a project that he's been waiting a long time to tackle, a 1971 Chevy C10 Pick Up. He plans to flip it for a big profit, but a snafu in the paint department threatens to blow the budget sky high. Later, Danny's bandmate Stoney gets in a fender bender, and it's Danny to the rescue.
Danny continues his El Caminos love affair with a 1975 beauty. But if he's going to flip this ride for a big profit, the Count's Kustoms crew will have to put aside their differences. Later, Danny seeks inspiration from none other than Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton, who has a car collection that stuns even The Count.
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.
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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.
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.
Danny hopes to impress a big client by putting an evil twist on a classic Caddy; Ryan finds that smaller jobs don't necessarily mean easier jobs, as he attempts a paint job on a high-tech Lego car.
Danny gets a new ride, a classic two-wheel drive Chevy Blazer that he wants to customize and flip. Ryan wants to put a new twist on a retro flame design, but Danny worries in will look more "Miami Vice" than modern. Later, Shannon and Mike spot an GTO that the owner will sell for big bucks and Ryan gives Mike a lesson in old-school car culture via a couple of customizing legends.
Dee Snider from Twisted Sister drops by the shop to get a new "Sugar Bear" front end put on his Von Dutch chopper. Problem is, legendary bike builder and front-end namesake "Sugar Bear" works at his own pace, and since Dee needs the bike in a hurry, Danny makes a road trip to LA to pickup the front end, and hang with his old friend Sugar while he's there. Back in Vegas, Ryan and Horny Mike go cruising, to try and find a new project for the shop.
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.
A memorial bike project poses a series of challenges for the paint team after builder Shannon doesn't get all the necessary information from the customer. Also, Danny stumbles upon a collection of seriously fast rides.
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.
When Danny blows a gasket upon seeing his beloved golf cart covered in dirt, grime and Horny Mike's weird stuff, Kevin launches a plan to make Danny happy and teach Mike a lesson. Later, Danny finds some potential gems in a backyard and Mike and Shannon find a Cadillac who's owner is one of the original "Superfly" Caddy builders.
Danny makes an old Ford Econoline look so good, two buyers get into a bidding war over it; Mike and Roli find an old BMW motorcycle with a lot of history, then they stumble upon Mike's dream car in a garage.
Family members bring in an old pickup truck to be restored in memory of their mother and Danny needs to figure out how to build the perfect tribute vehicle without blowing the budget. Later, Danny finds a rare old Oldsmobile 442.
Danny gets hired to do a full bumper-to-bumper restoration on a '66 Mustang Convertible. Unfortunately, when the car is stripped down, they find there's not a whole lot of car between her bumpers. Danny has to decide between asking the client for more money, or losing a bunch of his own. Meanwhile, the shop gets another challenge in the form of a classic Packard in need of some TLC, and Horny Mike and Ryan find a unique guy with some very unique cars.
Danny and the team continue wrestling with the stock restoration Mustang mess, hoping for some extra funds and a lot of patience from their client. Meanwhile, Kevin spots a rare old Grand Prix, and Danny visits a world class car restoration specialist, looking for ideas, and inspiration.
Danny and the team are commissioned to restore a 1941 Triumph motorcycle back to its WWII era glory. Even with a fifty thousand dollar budget, the project turns into one of the biggest challenges in Count's Kustoms history. Part 1 of 2.
The crew continues to piece together a WWII era Triumph motorcycle for a client hoping to have it as a tribute to his family's military roots. Part 2 of 2.
Danny builds a world-class bike for a high-end client, and if all goes well it could mean a ton of new business for the shop; Mike and Ryan hunt for the perfect Mustang and Kevin spots a car his grandmother used to drive.
A high-end client has his heart set on a tricked-out '68 Camaro, so Danny sets out to find one and give it the world-class Counts Kustoms treatment; Kevin spots a 1969 AMX that he knows Danny has always wanted.
Ryan goes down the Cadillac customization wormhole, and everybody is happy to watch him go, just to see how the project turns out. Danny is inspired to check out an amazing Cadillac collection. Mike and Paulie try to buy a rare old Camaro.
Shannon recruits the guys to help him finish a gift for Danny, a bike he started building for him ten years ago. Danny spots a 1969 Corvette in a friend's lot and can't resist paying a visit. Ryan buys a sweet Baja Bug.
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.
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.
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 hooks the guys up with the VIP treatment for a NASCAR race in Las Vegas.
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.