World-renowned automotive and culture artist, Kelly Telfer, unveiled some of his amazing new paintings of Elvis Presley at an intimate event during SEMA! Danny "The Count" Koker was asked to attend with his Stutz, a model car that Elvis was known to have 6 of himself! Check out these cool highlights from the event, including some rare footage of Danny as Count Cool Rider! Check out more of the artist's work here: 🤍🤍telferdesign.com/ #kellytelfer #elvispresley #countskustoms
Danny the man never will change and thank God he doesn't he seems like the most humble guy to ever be on TV I love watching all the reruns on defy channel all day Tuesdays. I just think horny Mike is very underrated the dude does some incredible designs .
The last car Elvis drove was his Stutz
OMG! What model of glasses he's wearing? The aviator or nautica?
Fake reactors 🤣 🤣 🤣
What a great event it was Danny. I can’t thank you enough for joining us in this historic venture. There is so much more to come and I hope you’re along for the ride!! Best, Jeff Cole
PS~ that invite includes our boy… Kevin Mack!!!
Take love from Bangladesh 💝 Big fan of yours. If there was a way to use a modified car of yours in Bangladesh, that would be the greatest blessing of my life. But I will hope for that way 😢❤
Danny is amazing
That was awesome!!
The coolest Kentucky rain pouring down
Why's Danny driving around Horney Mike's living room?
Hey what’s up bros how y’all doing much love
The King Still Lives On .
Why would you take that instead of a Cadillac Elvis was a Cadillac Man
Beautiful car. Excellent video....
Was that Ricky Bobby!!!
This is just totally duh-mazing . So happy for you to of been abled to be there and gifted that Danny. .. so awesome youtube.com/results?search_query=%23thankyouthankyouverymuch #thankyouthankyouverymuch
Count's Kustoms Network Bravo well done, thank-you sir for taking the time to bring us along. GOD Bless.
Danny, you should get with Graceland and do a creative Elvis themed custom Stutz to go on display at their car museum. 2024 marks the 70th anniversary of his groundbreaking historic recording of That's All Right.