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Watch the crew from West Coast Customs as they transform regular vehicles into works of art by customizing everything on the inside and the outside.
Detroit born superstar Kid Rock loves his 1970's Cadillac, but wants to bring some of the bling back. Ryan and the WCC team have their work cut out for them - to bring this Detroit classic into the 21st century, while keeping that 70's vibe.
The video game car has come to life in WCC. Warner Brothers taps the skills of West Coast Customs to combine a 1970's Maverick and a 1990's Ranger into an exact replica of the Mad Max Magnum Opus car. Next stop, the Wasteland.
Getting your first car is a big deal, especially when your dad is the King of Customs. "Little" Ryan Friedlinghaus takes the reins on this build to work with the guys on the ultimate first whip. WCC-style.
The shop is moving to Vegas...for the week of SEMA. The Experience is back as the WCC team set up shop at the SEMA convention and work side by side with their fans to build some beautiful cars.
It's greatest hits time as Ryan reminisces about some of the crazy builds that West Coast Customs has done over the last couple of years. From AquaFlash to Zippo Jeep, check out what the West Coast Customs team has been up to.
It's game on for Continental Tires and WCC. Continental Tires wants to create something special for the U.S.A. vs. Mexico Soccer game, and WCC is the team to deliver. The crew will partner with Line-X to create Big Rig, and a new Stingray in Continental yellow just in time for the game.
Hall of Fame Racer Rusty Wallace knows his cars. And when he saw this beauty of an El Camino he knew he had to have it. But Rusty can't be driving a stock car, so he calls on the WCC team to create a daily driver fit for a racing legend.
Esurance and West Coast Customs have partnered up to build the car of tomorrow. So they've reached out to fans for their ideas. Now it's up to the team at WCC to bring those dreams to life.
Where there's smoke, there's fire. Watch as Ryan and the boys West Coast Customize a FireTruck to highlight the power of the company Nest.
When West Coast Customs built the "batmobile", a matte black Cadillac CTS-V for pop star Justin Bieber, his dad loved it so much that he needed one to. Now it's up to the team at WCC to build a family-friendly "batmobile". The BatSUV.
The 2015 Toyota Sienna is about to be released and Toyota is looking to make a statement. So they call on the team at West Coast Customs to "raise the roof" on their Swagger Wagon and create a DJ Van to end all DJ Vans.
It's WCC's biggest build yet, only this time it's not a car, it's a building. WCC is moving to a new zip code. Corona was great, but Burbank is even better. Ryan has big plans to make WCC the best custom car shop on the planet.
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