Danny Koker is known to most as “The Count.” Count’s Kustoms is his stomping ground where he pimps out rides from Model Ts to Mustangs and every make and model in between, on Counting Cars.
Danny and his shop are in the spotlight and every episode is a showcase of the best automobile customization and restoration The Count and his crew provide on a daily basis. Count’s skills when it comes to supping up motorcycles and cars is so great, it no surprise the Pawn Stars dudes have Danny on speed dial.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Counting Cars.
What is Counting Cars?
Danny Koker aka The Count of Count’s Customs was first featured in various episodes of Pawn Stars, where he served as an automobile expert on prospective buys. It’s the third Pawn Stars spinoff, following Cajun Pawn Stars and American Restoration. The show premiered in August of 2012 and is currently in its ninth season.
- Launched: August 2012
- Airtime: Season nine premiers Wednesday, June 3 at 10:05 pm PST/EST. Check local listings.
- Channel: History
- Genre: Reality
- Starring: Danny “The Count” Koker, Scott Jones, Kevin Mack, Michael “Horny Mike” Henry, Roli Szabo, Shannon Aikau, Ryan Evans, Big Ryan, Harry “Grandpa” Rome Sr., Joseph “Doc” Duggan, George the Mechanic
- Seasons: 1
- Status: Pending
Where to stream Counting Cars
- Hulu with Live TV
- Sling TV
- AT&T TV Now
There are a number of ways to get access to History and stream Counting Cars and other History shows live.
Counting Cars Reviews:
What the critics are saying
- “From trying to buy random strangers’ Cadillacs for cash to retrofitting a Harley-Davidson motorcycle for a man in a wheelchair to safely ride, the series shows the engineering and design that go into fixing up and increasing the value of vintage vehicles. The way profits are made by doing this kind of work also is highlighted. It’s pretty male-centered and can be heavy on testosterone at times; many of the scenes include the cast burning rubber and driving fast. But folks who like this sort of thing will find the brief histories offered about the vehicles, and the unique ways they’re retrofitted, interesting. Tween and teen car buffs will probably love the attention to detail, but non-car lovers may not be as riveted.”-Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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