AIRED ON 3/24/2015
Season 4 : Episode 8
AIRS ON 3/31/2015
Season 4 : Episode 9
Ziggy Marley's father's car is finished in this episode. Horny Mike takes on a side project involving customizing a chainsaw.
A burst pipe leading to a major flood causes nightmares for Danny.
Danny comes close to buying a 1935 Ford pick-up. A '68 Camaro and a '69 Firebird are also broght back to life by the team.
Danny and Horny take a Model-T hot rod for a spin. Roli and Mike attempt to make a soap box racer.
Danny and the boys give away a perfect hot rod at the annual Rockabilly Reunion at Lake Havasu. Later, a lady biker stuns the boys with a custom order for the bike of her dreams.
Danny gives Horny Mike an ultimatum - fix up his ugly old bus in 30 days or remove it from the property.
A couple who pulled over Danny to the side of the road to make an offer on the car he was driving pop to the shop to make an offer on one of his other prized motors.
Danny hits the Viva Vegas car show with a 1960 Chevy Delivery. The guys surprise Danny with a coffin couch for the Shop's 15th anniversary.
Danny lands in trouble when a deal falls through involving a pink car. The guys design a wheelchair for a guy who had previously been in a construction accident, and Danny makes an offer on a VW bug.
Danny builds a tribute car that honors the rare Yenko Nova for a charity auction. Later, he visits one of the world's most exclusive car collections to find a car for a client.
Horny Mike gets the chance to ride a bull and the Chevy Delivery gets another paint job for sale.
Danny surprises one of his band members with a customized 70's hippie van and Horny Mike and Scott go head-to-head in a bike race.
Danny and the guys bring a dead 1973 Chevy Blazer back to life for a guy who lost his 13 year old nephew in an accident. A creepily styled bike is also put together to adorn a haunted house.
Bob Marley's son - Ziggy, comes to the store wanting his father's last car restored. A retired couple want their Ford F-100 restoring so they can take it around the country.
A couple who Danny has arranged to sell his prized Model-T to are disappointed when Danny has a change of heart. Scott and Kevin try to acquire a bike without the help of Danny.
Danny discovers a very rare Dodge Dreamer ready for overhauling, but will it meet budget constraints? An old pal of Danny's turns up at the store with a 1200bhp Model-T, with twin engines and four superchargers.
The guys make a slight error at the beginning of restoring a commemorative firetruck. Danny helps a father with an amazing gift for his son's sixteenth birthday.
One of Danny's buddies asks him to build him a custom grill and a 70's style chopper is customized for a local biker chick.
Danny gets sidetracked by a pink VW Bug whilst checking out an old Ford Galaxie, and a Robert De Niro impersonator asks the guys to sweeten up his Cadillac Eldorado.
Danny and the guys modify a 3-wheeler motorcycle for their diminutive friend to drive. Danny is later blown away when he is pulled over by a couple wanting to purchase his car.
The guys finish up a '62 Chevy pick-up and Scott spots a split window Corvette that he knows Danny will want.
A guy brings in a Chevy wanting it to be refurbished with a Route 66 theme. An unusual project comes to the shop.
A Plymouth Roadrunner is customized for a portrait artist who uses it to honor fallen heroes. A 1970 Mustang is brought back to life.
Chumlee comes to the office to organize payment for his Lincoln Continental. Danny eyes up a '62 Cadillac DeVille Convertible, and a casino VIP wants a bike customized and inspired by the largest gold nugget in the world.
The guys build a custom low rider.
The Count is shocked to see a 1992 ambulance in the store, until Kevin tells him about the $100,000 budget they had to play with. Horny Mike air brushes some crazy art onto a prosthetic leg for a customer.
Danny and the guys create a beautiful couch from the rear end of a Plymouth Roadrunner.
Richard Harrison from Pawn Star$ comes to the shop wanting his 1963 Chrysler Imperial brought up to scratch. Roli buys an electric Vanguard Sebring Citicar.
A champion horse rider comes to the shop wanting her trailer jazzed up, and a high wire performer wants a bike fettling with his profession's theme adorned.
A country-rock musician gives Danny the task of building him a muscle car with a second amendment theme.
In its 50th episode a Chevy truck is restored and the guys all enter a shop build competition to see which of the group can create the best creation.
A Bel Air is featured and Danny instructs the guys he wants a Count's Customs Rat Rod building.
Danny and the guys build a custom patriotic motorbike. A 1971 Monte Carlo is also restored.
Danny tries to buy a Mercury and turns a 1967 Pontiac GTO in to something special.
Danny continues to spend money on his 1976 motorhome, much to Kevin's dismay. The guys also build a replica of the bike from the movie Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man.
Matt Mantei asks Danny to build him the ultimate family truck and Roli's electric buggy is finally finished.
Danny discovers a rare Corvette and the guys build a bike to honor fallen sailors.
Judas Priest visit the shop and Danny buys a 1969 Cadillac.
Danny is visited by legendary Mistress of the Dark, Elvira, whose famous Thunderbird is in need of some mechanical magic. Then the shop faces a major loss when a custom Ford F100 isn't ready in time for the New Jersey couple that traveled cross country to pick it up.
The guys work on a 78' Lincoln and a Cadillac Limo.
Danny and the guys are tasked with completing a his and her's car restoration - a Plymouth Road Runner and a Plymouth Coronet. Much to Kevin's dismay Dannt turns up at the garage having bought a 66' Stingray. Roli continues to improve his air-brushing.
Danny restores a boat-tailed Riviera for a car show he is hosting and checks out some gorgeous muscle cars. Horny Mike ends up in the doghouse again.
Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison gives Danny the task of turning a beat-up 1968 Mustang Fastback into the fire breathing beast Steve McQueen drove in Bullitt.
Danny visits the Shelby Heritage Center for tips on restoring a family's prized Mustang.
A customer comes requesting a build of the classic bike from his youth. Kevin and Roli make a stop to check out a small vehicle; Danny gets a call to build a custom truck for Rob Zombie.
A Ford Model-A Cabby comes to the store for refurbishment. Scott also shows concern when Danny forks out a large amount of cash for a beat-up dune buggy.
Danny acquires a 1968 Camaro 350 SS, a Harley Davison Fatboy, and a sweet 1967 Pontiac GTO all ready for him and the guys to work their magic on.
Danny sends out the entire crew out to search for some quick flips.
The Count is tasked with building a bike for a local casino, which is to be given away as a prize.
Danny plans to give away a truck to his finest employee.
The guys undertake their first ever boat project. A 1970 Plymouth Superbird also features and a trike.
The guys create a custom motorcycle for a disabled man.
Big Ryan lands a potentially lucrative deal with Harley Davison, and Kevin lands a 1971 Monte Carlo. Danny takes a risk at an auction.
The guys create a hot rod from a 1934 Ford.
Danny finally gets round to his 71' Cadillac which is in dire need of attention.
This week the guys are tasked with working their magic on a classic Dodge Charger.
Danny has a calender designed featuring the crew's favorite cars.
A rare 1963 Oldsmobile is featured and Del Bryant wants his Ford Blazer spruced up.
NEXT EPISODE AIRS 3/31/2015 AT 9PM ON The History Channel