Here’s How Danny ‘The Count’ Koker From Counting Cars Amassed His $13 Million Net Worth – HotCars

Posted in Tattoo Shop on Sep 03, 2020

While most of his net worth is derived from his being featured on his 2012 show, Counting Cars, Koker has other ways of producing income.

Danny Koker has amassed a personal net worth of $13 million by 2020. While most of that worth is derived from his being featured on his 2012 show, Counting Cars, Koker has other ways of producing income. For example, his shop, Count's Kustoms, that was featured on his TV show has been around since the 1980s. On top of that, Koker is part of a band called Count's 77 that has released albums and performed at shows. Koker also has an extensive car collection of rare and valuable cars that have gone up in price (and are now worth more) since he acquired them. Koker also invests his money in his own tattoo parlors and restaurants.

While his income revenue from Counting Cars is by far the biggest share of his net worth, his other financial endeavors have contributed to it and having several methods of income and streams of revenue have proven fruitful for Koker.

Read on to find out the details of how Danny Koker was able to generate $13 million of net worth.

Danny Koker has spent a lot of previous' years income maintaining an extensive automobile collection of rare and vintage cars. A lot of his worth comes from cars appreciating in value as they get older and become more expensive the older they get.

While Danny Koker has an estimated net worth of $13 million, it comes from multiple sources. That said, Koker has set aside a significant sum of his fortune to devote to his automobile collection, as he owns approximately 58 cars and 78 motorcycles. A lot of his vehicles have been customized over the years, particularly his motorcycles.

Although his vehicles have appreciated in value over time, Koker has opted to not sell any of them, although, with every year that passes, he could make more and more money by doing so. Koker's daily vehicle is a 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood, while his most prized vehicle is the 1972 Ford Roaster. Koker has many other rare vehicles in his garage, from his 1956 Chevy Stepside and 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham to his 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo and his 1974 Roadrunner muscle car.

With Koker's net worth, he could likely afford 100 of his expensive cars or motorcycles, seeing how average retail is around $50,000 for each vehicle. Many of his restored automobiles and motorcycles are on display at Counts Kustoms, and Koker mentioned how he likes to display them on a regular basis.

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Count's 77 is a hard rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. They launched their debut album on April 29, 2014, and Koker personally founded and formed the band. Koker serves as the band's lead vocalist, and the project was born out of his longtime passion for music. Count's 77 has been around for quite some time, even being formed before Danny Koker's role in Counting Cars was established.

The other members joining Koker are John Zito (guitar), Stoney Curtis (guitar), Barry Barnes (bass), Paul Disibio (drums), and Tommy Paris (keyboard). The number "77" in the band's name is a reference to the 1970s, as their music is inspired by the sounds of that decade. Count's 77 is considered to be one of the leaders of the new classic rock revival, and the band has even made a few appearances on Counting Cars, even once where Koker started outlaying his plans to build the ultimate 1970s tour bus for his band, costing so much money that he had to sell one of his cars and donate $40,000 to the project.

While Koker doesn't earn as much money from the band as he does from the TV show, the band's shows and album releases make a moderate contribution to his net worth. Other financial endeavors Koker is involved with includes a restaurant called Counts Vampd Rock Bar & Grill and a tattoo shop called Counts Tattoo Company, all of which bring in significant revenue that adds to Koker's annual income.

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Koker has an auto restoration shop in Las Vegas built in the late 1980s, called Counts Kustoms. This show predates Koker's role on Counting Cars, although it was the platform that helped launch his TV show into a success.

Counting Cars let viewers watch the work and the customers at Counts Kustoms. Koker also makes a decent amount of money from all the repairs and restorations performed in his shop, whether or not they're featured on TV. Counts Kustom's net worth is $10 million, though most of that is divided among the shop's resources, costs, profits, and employees, and not to Koker himself. Back when the shop first opened, Koker started Counts Kustoms as a hobby, as he is a self-taught mechanic who loves to work on cars and motorcycles.

Koker desired a place where he could work on his own cars and those of friends. Eventually, the garage shop attracted the Las Vegas public, allowing business to grow bit by bit. After a point, the garage became a professional business, which currently has 50 employees each working on 10 to 20 different custom Mustangs, Pontiacs, and Buicks.

Of course, the biggest contributor to Danny Koker's net worth is his role on Counting Cars. The show's main focus is restoring and reselling rare, classic antique cars, allowing Koker and his team to showcase their high knowledge of automobile history and engineering. The business has grown since the show first aired, contributing to the show's success, as well as its longevity, all increasing Koker's net worth. Koker reportedly gets around $100,000 per episode, and there is an average of 16 episodes per season. Based on this number, Koker earns roughly $1.6 million annually from Counting Cars alone.

Sources: celebritynetworth.com, comparilist.com, tvovermind.com, distractify.com, altdriver.com, counts77.com,

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Kenny graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Indianapolis. He has since gone on to be a reporter for and write for three newspapers following graduation. Kenny also has experience editing websites using WordPress, and he directed a newspaper team to produce two issues during Indianapolis' 2012 Super Bowl. Kenny was hired onto Valnet to write list articles in March 2020. In his free time, Kenny is often out socializing with friends, practicing karate, reading comics, discussing the Enneagram, or at a game night.

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