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History Channel’s Counting Cars Goes Interactive with Help from Summit Racing

Counting Cars, 1967 Pontiac GTO
Counting Cars, 1968 Mustang
Counting Cars, 1968 Camaro SS
Counting Cars, 1978 El Camino
Counting Cars, 1971 VW Dune Buggy

G-T-Whoa: 1967 Pontiac GTO

McQueen for a Day: 1968 Ford Mustang

1968 Camaro SS

Back in the Wind: 1978 El Camino

Buggin' Out: 1971 VW Dune Buggy

We like television. We like cars.

And we really, really like television about cars.

One of our favorite current car-related shows is History Channel’s Counting Cars, which follows the car conquests of Danny “The Count” Koker. You may know The Count from his role on History Channel’s Pawn Stars, where he made regular appearances as the show’s car guru. Counting Cars centers around Danny and the crew of his Las Vegas shop, “Count’s Kustoms,” as they acquire, restore, and rebuild a variety of project vehicles ranging from muscle cars and hot rods to motorcycles and boats.

While The Count, his crew, and the projects are the stars of the show, Summit Racing Equipment has added another level of awesomeness to the show by making it interactive. Summit Racing’s team of experts has bundled together parts combos based on the show’s vehicles, so enthusiasts can build their own project vehicle with the very same components used by the Count’s Kustoms team.

Here is the current list Counting Cars Parts Combos available at Summit Racing:

  • “G-T-Whoa!” 1967 Pontiac GTO
  • “McQueen for a Day” 1968 Ford Mustang
  • 1968 Camaro SS
  • “Back in the Wind” 1978 Chevy El Camino
  • “Buggin’ Out” 1971 VW Dune Buggy

Summit Racing will add additional combos as more episodes of the show are released.

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  1. Dan DeLashmjt says:

    Danny big fan of you and your show with that out of the way H E L P I have two 53 ford custom line cars one sedan one wagon I will give you the sedan if you will help me fix the wagon for my daughter the body on the sedan looks really good wagon few dents one bent up fender not bad . I am a disabled veteran and fell that I have let my kid down and really don’t want to this time I am about to go in for my 6th back surgery and it is setting me back way to long but I will also give you the V8 flathead out of the wagon if you will help I live in MT and hope that don’t scare you off but if you could help me I would forever be in your Debit

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