About Count’s Kustoms:
Count's Kustoms, a one of a kind hot rod and chopper customization/ restoration shop located in the heart of Las Vegas and owned by Danny “The Count” Koker.
Metal on metal, mild to wild, the Count’s Kustoms’ team puts great pride and care into every one of our projects, no matter how big or small. Using only the highest grade parts available, we customize our vehicles to fit the particular tastes and desires of each individual customer.
We are your one-stop shop for in-house paint, upholstery, frame-up builds and service. Our custom hot rods and choppers exceed expectation with creativity and die-hard quality, not to mention incredible handling and ride-ability.
With razor-sharp attention to detail, from the bodywork to the final paint fit and finish, every custom embodies individuality and forward thinking, with a nod to the retro.
About Danny “The Count” Koker
Danny Koker, the owner of Count’s Kustoms, is the creative force behind each project leaving his shop. Danny splits his pastimes between his love of all things automotive and his passion for music.
The self-taught mechanic grew up in Cleveland and Detroit with family blood lines that gifted him with the innate love of all things automotive. What started as a hobby many years ago has now turned into one of the most reputable and thriving customization/restoration shops in the country. Count’s Kustoms, originally created as a location where Koker could work on his private collection and those of friends and family, quickly grew to offer his unique flair and creative to the masses.
Having grown up with a father (Daniel Koker Sr.) that excelled as a musician, singer and composer, it is no wonder that the talented vocalist followed in the same footsteps. Over the years his father worked alongside such legendary greats as the Foggy River Boys, The Cathedral Quartet, Oakridge Boys, CL Franklin, Mahalia Jackson and more. With such an inspirational role model at the helm of his education into the music industry Koker was a natural born entertainer performing before audiences on-stage at Carnegie Hall from the tender age of 11.