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Counting Cars season 3 episodes list:
Pawn Stars' "Old Man" Mr. Harrison stops by Count's Kustoms with a job that is as unique and old fashioned as he is. Later, the guys aren't in love with Roli's new special custom project.
An eccentric couple wants to turn a 20 year-old ambulance into a ghost-hunting vehicle, which awakens a rogue spirit in the shop. Later, Danny is speechless over a tattoo'd customer's request.
The Count takes a chance by building a low-rider with a Count's Kustoms twist. Will the local aficionados embrace Danny's car, or kick it to the curb? Later, a businesswoman commissions the shop to surprise her husband with his very first bike.
Kevin disapproves of how much money Danny is spending tricking out his dream FMC Motorhome, but Danny has a surprise plan to help him get over it. Later, he builds a movie replica bike to commemorate a customer's lost friend.
Danny and Kevin visit mad mechanic Gordon to see his latest insane creation. Meanwhile, Danny shakes the rust off a '34 Ford and tries to turn it into a white hot-hot rod, completely engulfed in flames.
Danny attempts to create a baddass muscle car from a 4-door sedan, and a one of a kind couch from the tail end of a Plymouth Roadrunner. Will these projects turn out as Danny dreamed, or blow up in his face?
The shop finally gets to work on Danny's famous '71 Super Fly Cadillac, but Kevin isn't feeling the love. Later, Grandpa wins big at poker but blows a deal for a new motorcycle.
Danny turns a 1967 GTO into a world class muscle car and hopes for a monstrous flip. Later, Mike and Roli get in a sticky situation and Danny tries to buy a classic Mercury from an old friend.
A high wire performer wants Danny to build a bike to commemorate his career; an extreme cowboy racer wants the world's coolest trailer tricked out for her horse.
Danny takes on a Route 66-inspired Chevy; Danny teams up with Rick Dale on an unusual project for a customer.
Danny lets painter Ryan take the lead on a 1959 Chevy Panel Truck project he hopes to flip, and later motivates his crew to clean up the shop with an inter-departmental build competition.
Country rocker Andy Ross wants Danny to build the world's most patriotic muscle car ever made. Will a Second Amendment-inspired hot rod Corvette do the trick? Meanwhile, Roli blackmails Horny Mike into teaching him how to airbrush.
After months of bribery, bickering and buffoonery, Roli's tiny electric car is complete. Will Danny and the guys be as excited about the finished product as he is? Later, MLB pitcher Matt Mantei commissions Danny to build the world's baddest family truck.
When Mark asks Danny to build a bike in memory of eight sailors who were lost while serving with him on the USS Belknap, Danny knows he must create something special in their honor. Later, Danny finds a beautiful, rare Corvette in a driveway, and when the crew argues about getting enough horsepower to a classic Camaro, they have to call in the Count to lay down the law.
Danny impulsively buys a '69 Caddy and falls madly in love with her. Will he sell it for a big profit, or add her to his collection? Later, legendary rockers Judas Priest stop by to pick up a gift they had made for the band's newest member.
Danny buys a '78 Lincoln with some serious fire damage, but it's only when he takes it apart does he learn how bad it is. Later, Danny is thrilled when he and Horny Mike find a Cadillac limo in a driveway, but things go south quickly when the owner calls the cops, and Danny has to talk his way out of a heap of trouble!
Danny is commissioned to restore a family heirloom '67 Ford Mustang. He wants to make it a world-class, one of a kind street machine, so he visits the home of the baddest Mustangs on earth, the Shelby Heritage Center in Las Vegas for inspiration.
Danny decides to host a huge car show at his club Vamp’d to drum up business, and get all the local gearheads together to show off their newest toys. Danny brings along a classic Harley he’s turned into a hardtail chopper in hopes of flipping it for a big profit.
A motorcycle-loving couple wants to hit the road like they used to, this time on a Count's Kustoms chopper. Sharon hasn't been able to ride comfortably since she lost a leg, so it's up to Danny and the crew to build a bike that is comfortable, safe, and as cool as the couple that's going to ride it.
Danny and the gang head to the Las Vegas Speedway for Ford Mustang's 50th Anniversary Celebration and the Count gets the rare chance to co-pilot one of Shelby's newest projects. Later, Danny takes over a 86 Chevy pickup project to try to flip it for big money.
The huge photo shoot day for the Count's Kustoms calendar is approaching. Danny has decided to have his guys each find, and take a picture with, their dream car for the back cover. Ryan and Kevin find theirs, as do Shannon and Doc, but Mike and Roli go rogue and decide to make their own, very different kind of calendar.
Danny decides to feature the 12 favorite cars in his collection in an official Count's Kustoms calendar, and later, a customer wants Danny to build him a classic Charger just like his dad used to have. When Dad joins him to pick up the car, he's in for the surprise of his life.
Danny is so proud of the van he restored as a gift for his bandmate John Zito, that he decides to give his own classic van a make-over. Will he able to out do himself? Later, Danny and Kevin pullover an NBA star and Danny gets some ink of his own.
Danny sees something in his shop that makes him very uncomfortable, emptiness. So he sends the entire crew to the streets to find him cars, and fast. Danny wishes them well but promises, he will return with the biggest, baddest catch of the day.
A Casino VIP visits Count's Kustoms to commission a high-end chopper build for a huge blackjack bonus prize, and shop detailer Roli sets his sights on a jaw dropping chopper of his own.
Count's Kustoms has had its most successful year to date, and Danny wants to reward the one employee who has done the most for the shop with something special–a car! The problem is, Danny can't decide who that is, so he must get creative to pick a winner and also pick a car to be the perfect prize.