A trip to Count’s Kustoms, a hotrod showroom just off the Strip, is a must for fans of the reality TV show Counting Cars as it’s the show’s home base. Take a free tour of the room filled with cars, choppers, and other works of automotive art made famous by the Pawn Stars spin-off.
Visitors wander the showroom filled with custom hotrods, choppers, and more to see the work of owner Danny Koker and staff. To view more classic rides, choose a multi location tour that stops at car hot spots such as the filming locations for Counting Cars and Vegas Rat Rods and the Shelby Museum. Or, book a reality-TV focused tour with access to sites important to Counting Cars, Pawn Stars, Tanked, American Restoration, Toy Shack, and more.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Count’s Kustoms is a must-visit for automobile enthusiasts and fans of Counting Cars.
- Entrance to the shop is free of charge but bring your wallet—there are plenty of souvenirs on sale.
- Parking is free at the shop.
How to Get There
Count’s Kustoms is located at 2714 South Highland Drive, near Circus Circus Drive, in Las Vegas. It is a 25-minute walk from the SLS, the northernmost resort on the Las Vegas Strip and the site of the closest monorail station.
When to Get There
The showroom is open weekdays from 9am to 5pm and weekends from 10am to 5pm. It is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Meet the Stars
There is always the possibility of running into one of the Counting Cars’ stars when you visit, but Count’s Kustoms also hosts regular meet-and-greet sessions. Call or check the website for details.