Mike and Ryan are up for the challenge and battle it out to see who can paint the most glorious Old Glory. Also, while Danny and Ryan are hunting for a possible flip, they spot an incredibly rare and valuable Shelby Mustang. A returning customer needs Danny's help restoring a 1971 Road Runner to give as a commemorative gift to his wife and step-daughter, but the years have not been kind to the ride. While Shannon's busy returning this motorcycle to its former glory, Danny checks out some rare old cars, including a Model A Ford, a French Citroen, and a 67 Firebird. He's getting not one, but two incredible Counts Kustoms creations ready for the big show. Meanwhile, Mike aims to make lunch hour special by building a picnic table on wheels that is as insane as it is functional.
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. 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. At A+E Networks you'll find a community of innovative, creative and inspiring people who aren't afraid to try new things and collaborate in an effort to stretch the company forward. Now Ryan and Kevin are determined to find a car Danny will actually fix up, and flip. This historic motorcycle has spent 20 years in the client's living room but now it's time to once again get its motor running. With a little begging and very little cash they buy it back. He gives Danny free rein to put the Count's Kustoms rock and roll touch on it.
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. Meanwhile, 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; and Danny throws budget and restraint out the window turning his old 1955 Chevy into a world class '70s era Gasser. Ryan fixes a bad flame job on Danny's beloved police cruiser that's been sitting idle in the shop for years; Shannon restores a customer's 1979 Iron Head Sportster. Meanwhile Ryan brings in a new artist to create a unique motorcycle tribute for a soldier lost in Vietnam. 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! Legendary rocker George Lynch from the metal band Dokken stops by with his very cool 1965 Buick Riviera. Danny scores a pimp-tastic 1967 Impala, but when it's time to hand over the keys to an important client Danny doesn't think he can let her go.
Danny decides that the crew should be there in Bonneville, Utah when the Turbinator goes for the record again. 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 and Ryan take in a cool collection to cheer them up after seeing Tommy's smashed bike. Danny steps back in time when an old friend shows him a 1914 Ford that's headed to the Smithsonian. Danny and Kevin go for a spin in Kevin's new Caddy and come across a 1939 Ford. Season 4, Episode 33 September 8, 2015 Season 4, Episode 33 September 8, 2015 Ryan fixes a bad flame job on Danny's beloved police cruiser that's been sitting idle in the shop for years; Shannon restores a customer's 1979 Iron Head Sportster. Meanwhile, Ryan and Roli check out a Buick Skylark with a Hollywood history.
Also, Danny and Roli find a 1974 Nova that an owner is reluctant to let go; and Horny Mike points Danny and Kevin to a 1940 Dodge rat rod. Mike is in the doghouse with Danny, but desperately wants a piece of the Riviera action. Season 4, Episode 32 September 1, 2015 Season 4, Episode 32 September 1, 2015 Danny finds a replacement for his beloved dune buggy, which the guys hope to turn into a 1970s beach fantasy, but when Ryan takes it for a quick spin it leads to a beach bummer. And later Kevin and Roli find a rare 1956 Ford Truck with a history as outrageous as its price tag. The elaborate paint scheme calls for all the iconic Vegas attractions and the station's mascot, Rusty the Fox. We're not just saying that.
Season 4, Episode 22 July 28, 2015 Season 4, Episode 22 July 28, 2015 Danny scores a 1967 Impala, but has a hard time turning it over to the client; Roli puts the shop's top project in jeopardy; Danny's old friend shows him a 1914 Ford that's headed to the Smithsonian; and Danny and Ryan spot a Meyers Manx dune buggy that resembles their old favorite, Sparkles. Will Danny be able to please the man who is as passionate about cars, as he is music? 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. For a little patriotic inspiration, Danny and Ryan check out an incredible collection of American muscle cars while Mike and Shannon find a car so rare, they have no idea what it is. Meanwhile, Davey Deals shows off his new muscle car, a 1969 Falcon, and Ryan and Kevin spot and pull over a restored 1953 Ford. Meanwhile, Ryan and Danny get a lead on a car rumored to have been customized by the legendary creator of the Batmobile, George Barris. Danny hunts down a gasser, which takes him to a collection of jaw-dropping muscle cars.
Also, Danny and Roli find a 1974 Nova that an owner is reluctant to let go; and Horny Mike points Danny and Kevin to a 1940 Dodge rat rod. Then two sons commission Count's Kustoms to build a 1953 Chevy Pickup to honor their parents and the family business. Season 4, Episode 21 July 28, 2015 Season 4, Episode 21 July 28, 2015 The guys revisit some memorable rides, including a twin-engine Model T hot rod with four superchargers, a tricked-out '73 Buick Riviera, a bus transformed into a giant green monster, a pimped-out '71 Cadillac Superfly and a one-of-a-kind rat rod. Danny's pal Shane wants to show Danny his new 1955 Chevy and a special project that will take Danny back to when he first got into cars. Later, Danny's pal shows him his 1955 Chevy, and the project they undertake brings Danny back to when he first got into cars. Every employee plays a vital role in the future of our company. 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-and-roll theme chopper that Danny built for him years ago.
Danny and Ryan think they've seen a ghost when they spot a Meyers Manx Dune buggy for sale that looks a lot like their old favorite Sparkles. Danny and Kevin stop for a 1976 Monte Carlo that would be the perfect flip but only if Danny can get it for the right price. Meanwhile Mike and Roli settle a score by gloving up and taking it to the mat. Danny is hired to do a bumper-to-bumper restoration on a '66 Mustang Convertible, which they discover that, once stripped down, there's not a lot of car between the bumpers. And they do, a 1972 Datsun 240z. Meanwhile, Danny and Ryan get a class in high performance driving at the Bondurant Racing School in Phoenix.
Later, Danny is excited to discover a patriotic 1962 Corvette in a collection. On this hour-long episode Danny is hosting a huge car show and needs to restore a '73 boat-tail Riviera to be the main attraction. We are always on the lookout for talented candidates who are curious about the world around them and passionate about entertainment. A simple paint job turns disaster when Suzette is not happy with the finished product, not once, but twice. Mike buys a Smart car and wants to trick it out at the shop, but Kevin warns that Danny hates new cars and can't find out about it until it's done.