What is the show West Coast Customs about?


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"West Coast Customs" airs on Fox Sports 2 and features the custom car builds of the California-based company of the same name. The show stars the company's founder Ryan Friedlinghaus and his crew.

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West Coast Customs is a custom car company based out of Burbank, California. The company was founded by Ryan Friedlinghaus in 1993 and is known for customizing cars for celebrity clients, an activity that the show of the same name commonly features.

The first four seasons of MTV's "Pimp My Ride" were filmed at West Coast Customs. The company was also featured on TLC's "Street Customs" and Velocity's "Inside West Coast Customs." The company's operations have expanded to a 60,000-square-foot headquarter space in Burbank, and the company owns additional facilities in Dubai, Mexico, Germany, Malaysia, Russia and Japan.

As of 2015, "West Coast Customs" airs on Sunday nights at 7 p.m. Pacific time. The crew customized a Lamborghini Gallardo for Chris Brown and a 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood nine-passenger limousine for Kid Rock. West Coast Customs also created a car featuring graphics of the Smurfs to publicize the release of "The Smurfs 2." One episode focused on the crew customizing a full-sized bus with video and computer equipment.

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