Danny Koker Car Collection & Net Worth


Danny Koker Car Collection has got some of the best vintage cars from the classic era and has got some of the most incredible automobiles. When you hear the name Danny Koker, the first thing that comes to mind is “Counting Cars.” Yes, He is the proprietor of the show hosted in Count’s Kustoms. The shop is a place where cars, motorbikes are repaired and restored. The name “Count’s Kustoms” is derived from derived from Danny Koker’s shift as co-founder of KFBT (now KVCW) which is a local independent station.

He hosted a low-budget movie showcase weekly called “Count Cool Rider.” Danny grew up to become a self-taught mechanic, considering the facts that his Cleveland based family are known to be Ford Motoring company employees. Personally, he has over a total of 50 cars in his collection, of which, Top 10 is listed below.

Cars of Danny KokerPrice(USD when launcher)
1979 Camaro Z28$6,115
The Rat RodUnknown
The Vamp RodUnknown
1986 Chevy Pickup$7,764
1978 Lincoln$17,049
1968 Charger$3,860
1967 Mustang$2,814
1966 Mustang GT350$4,547
1965 Buick$4,318
1962 Karmann Ghia$7,200
Danny Koker Car Collection

10. 1979 Camaro Z28

Starting the Danny Koker Car Collection with the 79′ Camaro Z28. Baby may just be the baddest Camaro you have ever seen. The flames designed on the body of the car are not just there for design. It has a powerful V8 engine under the hood that is ready to take on the road anytime. The exterior of the Camaro is even more remarkable than what the engine is capable of doing. The blend of red and orange carved flames is certainly something beyond beauty. On the Camaro, you see the flames running through from the front to the back. This signifies how fast the car moves when you press down the speed pedal.

9. The Rat Rod

8. The Vamp Rod

This Hot Rod is not called the Vamp Rod for nothing; its “vampire look” and feel obviously got him that name. This beast is fully loaded with a V8 engine and an exhaust customized to align from each cylinder running forward and getting fused at the end. You can practically guess how this beast would sound like if you envisage how the exhaust manifold is made. It’s obvious the paint job is black since you can only see a vampire hanging out in the dark. Nevertheless, you can still see some touch of red on the car. The red signifies the blood the vampire is always eager to have.

7. 1986 Chevy Pickup

It’s quite difficult to imagine the modification of a pickup. This is because pickups are usually used to do heavy-duty work. At least this is what most people think. But exceptions like Danny Koker saw the 1986 Chevy pickup as a piece of art that can be modified just like any other car. This is why they decided to do a nice combination of black and a blood-red paint job on the body of the car. He added a white line between both colors that made the colors stand out. Also, he used chrome on the front grille, borders of the rims and the bumper. This combination made this car a perfect finish.

6. 1978 Lincoln

Danny Koker’s 1978 Lincoln (not pictured here) has an explosive modification that makes it look good. A type of ivory-white paint for the hood area and the front grille, this gave the car a facelift. Blood red side paint was added as well to complement the ivory-white paint on the hood area and front grille. The 1978 Lincoln has a bit of shine and it is backed up with a matte finish. If you are one to pay attention to details, you will observe that there isn’t much going on with this car, but that’s what makes it unique. In summary, the 1978 Lincoln model spells out the word “elegant”.

5. 1968 Charger

The 1968 charger is a powerful, fast and gorgeous car. This is the reason why the popular movie franchise “The Fast and the Furious” used this car in its first entry. However, modifications were done in order to make the car look better. On the verge of this, a brilliant idea of painting the car with a dark maroon color came up. The color on the 1968 Charger gave it an amazing look, high level of awesomeness and absolute uniqueness. The rims of the 1968 Charger are painted black with chrome hubcaps and cool tires that make the car more badass.

4. 1967 Mustang

3. 1966 Mustang GT350

The 1966 GT350 Ford Mustang is one of the lightest of the GT350 models. This car model earned the title “Cobra” because they were manufactured by Shelby American. When Danny Koker restored his 1966 Mustang (not pictured here), it looked like it came straight out of the factory. This is because he did an awesome job to the car and made it look like the original model. The engine of the restored version of the 1966 Mustang car is a K-code. It also produces about 270 horsepower, making it fast. Hence, this is a superb ride in Danny Koker’s collection which you might have your eyes gazing at for long.

2. 1965 Buick

The 1965 Buick model is one car that’s quite pleasing to the eye from the start to finish. This vehicle has a dark matte-black color. The rims of the car are just the perfect size. They are also dark matte-black which makes it appealingly to the eye, and they emit breathtaking vibes. An artwork of two skulls of animals is located at the middle of the hood; this adds a “hot desert” effect to the car. From the air scoops of the front of the car, there are pure streaks of red. The tires of this car align with the styling of the body.

1. 1962 Karmann Ghia

The Karmann Ghia was produced by the Volkswagen manufacturing company. It was produced between the years 1955 to 1974. At the first glance of this particular Koker’s car, you may conclude that the car would have been a mistake if it was not for the beautiful red paint job and the amazing modifications that were done to the car. Well, you may just be right, as the car originally has nothing striking to catch anyone’s attention. It even has a 1.3-liter engine, which makes it worse than you think. That’s why Danny Koker and his crew reformed the car’s styling, paint job, engine and the overall aesthetics to make the car have that top-notch feel you see now.

Leave a Comment