Michael Madsen decides to restore a 1964 Ford Mustang. Danny and the crew dive into the project, determined to breathe new life into this American icon. When the restoration is done, Danny heads to LA to deliver the car himself. Meanwhile, Danny transforms a classic El Camino into a video-gaming street machine; and investigates a 1936 Auburn that could be worth six figures.
Danny and the boys meet with a customer who wants a paint job to match his 1959 Anglia dragster. Meanwhile, Shannon and Ryan build a custom Harley Davidson bagger for a client using a repurposed police bike.
Danny gets a huge offer for one of his prized cars; and works on a patriotic muscle car. Also: Twelve cars are selected for Count's Kustoms calendar; a Blazer is customized for a music industry legend; and a 1962 Cadillac project is revisited.
Barry White's estate commissions Danny to find and restore the singer's Stutz IV Porte; after two blown sales, Danny finally gets to customize a 1960 Chevy Delivery his way. Later, Danny gets bad news on a client, and Mike goes horn to horn with 2000 pounds of angry bull.
Rocker Dee Snider wants a brand-new BMW Z4 Count-ified for his wife as an anniversary present, but a simple paint job mars the project when she's unhappy with the finished product, not once, but twice. Meanwhile, Mike aims to build a picnic table on wheels.
Danny gets a commission to restore his dream car, a 1969 Corvette, and may have trouble letting it go; Kevin and Mike check out two classics that have been hidden in a garage for decades, and later Mike finds a rare Oldsmobile 422.
Danny sponsors Ryan, Mike and Shannon in a 24-hour endurance race called The LeMons, which pits cheap hunks of junk against each other deep in the Arizona desert. As payback for his sponsorship, Danny has the guys work on a one-of-a-kind shop project.
Kevin wants Danny to sell some of his cars, but succeeds only in kick starting another of Danny's dream builds, a 1970 Lincoln Mark III. Meanwhile, NASCAR's Kyle Larson checks out some of Danny's hottest rides, and hooks up Danny and the guys with the VIP treatment for a NASCAR race at the Las Vegas Speedway.
The guys build a bike for a heroic military veteran, who wants it adorned with American flags and portraits of loved ones who also served. Later, Danny and Ryan check out a collection of American muscle cars, while Mike and Shannon find a car so rare, they have no idea what it is.
Ryan customizes a brand new Chevy Silverado for Danny, who wants it to maintain the flavor of his old '56 truck, but seeks more comfort and reliability. Also, Danny and a friend uncover a rare GTO Judge, while Mike buys a '69 Corvette.
When Danny constructs a world-class bike for a high-end client, success could mean lots of new business for the shop; Mike and Ryan hunt for the perfect Mustang; and Kevin spots a car his grandmother used to drive.
The crew continues to renovate a World War II-era Triumph motorcycle as a tribute to a family's military roots, while Danny visits a local car collection, and Mike and Ryan find a rare old truck that might make a perfect project for the shop.
The team continues restoring the messy Mustang with hopes for some extra cash and a lot of patience from the client. Meanwhile, Kevin finds a rare old Grand Prix, and Danny seeks ideas and inspiration from a world-class car-restoration specialist.
Danny is hired to do a bumper-to-bumper restoration on a '66 Mustang Convertible, which they discover that, once stripped down, there's not a lot of car between the bumpers. Meanwhile, the shop gets a classic Packard in need of some TLC, and Horny Mike and Ryan find an interesting guy with some interesting cars.
The guys help build a bike to commemorate tattoo artist Sailor Jerry. Later: Danny tries to convince Mike and Ryan to upgrade their tattoos and they scope a 1941 Willys that belongs to a friend of Danny's.