what happened to scott from counting cars | what happened to scott on counts kustoms
Counting Cars is an American reality television series, shown on History, and produced by Leftfield Pictures. The series, which is the third spinoff of Pawn Stars, is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at Count’s Kustoms, an automobile restoration and customization company owned and operated by Danny Koker, who previously appeared as a recurring expert on Pawn Stars. In a format similar to another Pawn Stars spinoff, American Restoration, the series follows Koker and his staff as they restore and modify classic automobiles and motorcycles. Counting Cars debuted on August 13, 2012.
Scott Jones – Scott was the manager of Count’s Kustoms, and Danny’s bookkeeper, who maintains an accounting of the money on each project to make sure that they are profitable. Danny concedes that Scott is very good at his job, but can be “a real ass” at times, as Scott sometimes comes into conflict with Danny and the others over project budgets, project schedules, or instances in which Danny wishes to keep a vehicle instead of reselling it. Scott left between the second and third seasons and is only mentioned briefly in the third-season premiere (having moved to Tennessee after the birth of his son)
In a recent interview, Scott mentioned how he intended to leave Las Vegas at some point, and return to his hometown of Greeneville.
@DannyCountKoker I love "Counting Cars". But its not the same without Scott.
— John Clifford (@johncliffordIII) January 9, 2014
what happened to scott on counts kustoms
The Hurts claim Count’s Kustoms employee Scott Jones told them the shop could purchase and rebuild a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe for $50,000. The cost estimate they received from Jones included $11,000 to buy a “restoration vehicle” in Upstate New York and $39,000 for labor, according to the complaint. Because the rebuild would be featured on an episode of The History Channel’s “Counting Cars” show, Jones told them, another $20,000 would be provided by the TV program’s producers.
The dream of owning a classic Ford Mustang turned into a financial headache for a couple who thought their car would be featured on the reality TV show “Counting Cars.” Now they are suing the program’s auto shop, Las Vegas-based Count’s Kustoms, to get their money back.
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