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and the crew need to be additional careful while modifying an additional unique 1930s Packard back to its initial smooth and luxurious state, in this clip from Season 6, "." #CountingCars
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Most people in Las Vegas wager with chips, however "The Count" Koker bets with cars. This Sin City legend walks, talks and breathes cars and trucks and bikes. When he sees a cars and truck he wants, he will do whatever it takes to get his hands on it– consisting of making on-the-spot money uses to unsuspecting owners. On the HISTORY series Counting Cars, and his team bring back, personalize and sell cars in a hurry, scrambling to keep their Las Vegas store in the black. From classics to exotics, from hotrods to choppers, and the crew of Count's Kustoms will stop at absolutely nothing to find and flip the greatest rides of all time.

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Counting Cars: EXTRA LUXURIOUS 1930 PACKARD IS EXTRA RARE (Season 6) | History

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  1. Watch all new episodes of Counting Cars returning Wednesday, September 30 at 9/8c, and stay up to date on all of your favorite History Channel shows at

  2. Danny your team is top notch!!! I can’t wait for more new episodes! You should be very proud of your crew they are phenomenal!!!

  3. Absolutely beautiful car. Looks very classy. Surprised they didn’t go with a more period correct steering column.

    1. We have them building a custom van for us as we speak. We are so excited waiting for it to be finished.

  4. I like how he asked if he wanted to check out the museum. Itโ€™s funny because you know he did that to get a little break from work. When I worked at a custom chassis shop my boss told me If any customers asked me to show them around or anything to always stop what Iโ€™m doing and just talk to them. They are usually just rich dudes that are intrigued by cars haha. But yeah Iโ€™d always walk people around the property telling them everything I was told about all the cars everywhere. It was a pretty fun job. I miss working there

  5. Stunningly beautiful car, they did a great job. Now all they have to do is replace the interior with the original style and you have a real masterpiece.

  6. It doesnโ€™t look right with the large rear window, but I appreciate that they did that because they actually DRIVE it. Well done. Still a beautiful car

  7. Man that is cherry. My grandad had one and I remember getting in it and wasn’t allowed to slam the door. It was all stock and he really loved that car. This one is done just right๐Ÿ‘Œ

  8. Count I love your program man you guys do amazing work are you going to come up with a new program this year doing new work in 2021 I hope so.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ฏ

  9. Thank you History Channel.
    I “love” Danny. That is why I started watching his program. He is a gentleman, have not heard is language slip.

  10. That is a nice car which sows class and luxury without it screaming it, also unusual to see a street rod Packard. Remember seeing that sell at Barrett Jackson, not in person but was sold there when looking this car up.

  11. Personally I thought the baby moons looked good on her the wire wheels bring her back to stock look that’s cool also but I would prefer stock interior my thoughts beautiful ride tho

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