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Auto customizer Ryan Friedlinghaus takes an unorthodox approach when it comes to managing his family of artisans and technicians at West Coast Customs. But time and again the shop's famed design team comes up with a car build that has street edge and craftsmanship. This series takes viewers inside WCC to see how ordinary vehicles are transformed into one-of-a-kind rides, including candid looks at the logistics, mechanics and decisions behind the transformations. With visionary CEO Freidlinghuas at the helm, WCC has become a pop culture phenomenon servicing celebrity clientele such as Mark Wahlberg, Justin Bieber, will.i.am, Michelle Wie and Blake Griffin.

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Hip-hop artist Post Malone visits the shop to view a new music video he made with Ryan's young son, Dylan; while there, he asks Ryan and the team to create a Texas Slab for him.
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A couple who are fans of the steampunk genre turn to the team to customize their rare 1960s split-window Volkswagen bus.
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The marketing team at Kmart seeks to create a mobile experience for the entire family using virtual reality that can travel to stores across the country.
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West Coast Customs sets up a huge booth at SEMA, a four-day event held in Las Vegas with everyone who is anyone from the car world attending.
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Lexus and Sriracha enlist Ryan to build them a one-of-a-kind masterpiece; Ryan envisions a creation featuring Sriracha-colored paint and a pepper-filled steering wheel.
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When Jake Paul saw the Cool Bus that his brother Logan had made at WCC, he knew he needed some bigger and better; after experiencing post-hurricane Houston, he wants the team at WCC to build a merch truck that doubles as the ultimate rescue truck.
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Continental Tires wants a vehicle that will stand out from the crowd, so they reach out to their long-time partners at WCC and Petty's Garage for help.
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Chiropractor KenGee Erlich finally found his dream car, a '57 Eldorado Seville; it's time for WCC to give this doctor's car a fresh new look.
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With the release of the new Stinger, Kia asks WCC to design a vehicle that will turn heads at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas; the car company also has a luxurious Cadenza that they want taken to the next level to show the world that Kia is all grown up.
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Following a successful partnership with Sriracha, Lexus collaborates with Marvel Studios to feature a special edition of their LC 500 sports car in the motion picture "Black Panther."
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Rock band Green Day, which once toured the country in an old bookmobile customized by drummer Tre Cool's father, partners with Wheels for Wishes to bring the bookmobile back to its former glory.
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A few years back Andy Campanaro commissioned WCC to build a purple 1968 Mustang convertible for his wife's 50th birthday, and now it is her turn to surprise her husband.
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Gunner Peterson, trainer to the stars, needs a mobile gym for a big challenge, getting former football star Jarred Lorenzen back in shape; this can't be any old gym on wheels, so it's up to the team at West Coast Customs to deliver.
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West Coast Customs is called upon to fix up an old school bus for YouTube personality Logan Paul, who wants to use the vehicle to travel across the United States and meet his fans.
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Pop sensation Joe Jonas loves vintage cars; now, he's brought his '64 Ford Falcon to the team at WCC for a full overhaul with the hopes of bringing it back to life.
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For Mitsubishi's 100th anniversary, the Japanese company wants to bring back the past with their first mass produced car, the Model-A, and marry it with the future.
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Musician Kid Rock has acquired country legend Waylon Jennings' Cadillac Eldorado, and it is in need of some care.

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