‘Counting Cars’ Episode Guide (Aug. 12): Count’s Kustoms Calendar Photo Shoot

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‘Counting Cars’ Episode Guide (Aug. 12): Count’s Kustoms Calendar Photo Shoot

“Charger Surprise” (08/12/14; 9:00-9:30PM) – Danny decides to feature 12 of his favorite collection of cars 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.

“Count’s Calendar” (08/12/14; 9:30-10:00PM) – 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.

History’s hit series “Counting Cars” returns with a wealth of fresh customized cars and motorcycles. When it comes to flipping cars, Danny “The Count” Koker is all in, stopping at nothing to get his hands on and give new life to the best and baddest vehicles on the road.

The latest installments of “Counting Cars” are packed with more high-speed action than ever before. From parking lot burnouts to The Count’s signature pullovers, Danny and his team return with a trunk load of new, high octane projects. This season boasts a shop visit from legendary rockers Judas Priest, a run-in with a former NBA star, and blazing fast racetrack laps driven in a Shelby Cobra. From vintage Mustangs and Mercurys to classic Camaros and Cadillacs, Danny and his crew will pull out all the stops to restore and build the greatest rides of all time. Additionally, The Count is asked to build a bike in memory of eight sailors who were lost on the USS Belknap, a project that Danny treats with care and honor.

“Counting Cars” is produced for History by Leftfield Pictures. Zach Behr and Ed de Rivaz serve as Executive Producers for History. Executive Producers for Leftfield Pictures are Brent Montgomery, David George, and Shawn Witt. Tom Romita and Jonathan Wyche are Co-Executive Producers for Leftfield Pictures.

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