Posted by: Mark Polk | 2013

West Coast Customs Debuts 2nd Episode on Fox Sports Networks

WCC Line-X Camaro

WCC Line-X Camaro

CORONA, CA – (June 21, 2013) –  The world-famous West Coast Customs (WCC), renowned vehicle customizers and producers of the hit vehicle-build reality TV show West Coast Customs on FOX Sports Networks (FSN) is featuring the second episode of the season. This episode features, the Line -X Body Armor Camaro. The West Coast Customs crew will transform a 2013 Chevy Camaro into a rugged piece of craftsmanship by covering the entire body, wheels, and interior accents with Line-X Body Armor.

“West Coast Customs was the first customizers and builders to do the Line-X exterior body transformation on a  DC Tundra. This was done in a previous episode of Inside West Coast Customs.” said Ryan Friedlinghaus, CEO and founder of West Coast Customs.  “That build sparked a craze of covering vehicle bodies with Line-X as an alternative to paint.  So, we decided to take that idea to the next level and includes adding color  to  Line-X, wheels, body stripes and interior accents.  This vehicle stylization is called Body Armor™. What fans will witness in this episode will blow their minds.”

The Line-X Camaro episode is the second episode of the new season on WCC’s network Fox Sports.  Ryan and the WCC crew will revamp the 2013 Chevy Camaro by covering the entire body with Line-X Body Armor complete with blue stripes, also using Line-X.  Next, replace the exhaust, headers, suspension with SLP performance products and to give this beast an extra kick by installing  an  SLP supercharger.  This vehicle will be lit with Oracle headlights.  The interior will include Roadwire leather and suede seats, MB Quart AMP with two 12” subwoofers – all cased in a WCC custom sub enclosure by Maxxonics . A PocketFinder GPS tracking system will be installed so the client can always track the vehicle whereabouts. This build is finished off with Asanti Wheels coated in two-tone Line-X Body Armor and wrapped in Continental Tires.

Check out West Coast Customs, Sunday at 5:00 pm EST/PST on Fox Sports (FSN). Check local listings.

A complete show schedule will be at www.westcoastcustoms.com .

FSN will televise 16 one-hour episodes of the new season of West Coast Customs, with episodes scheduled to air on Sundays followed by additional airings during the week.   
West Coast Customs is exclusively produced by KOC Productions, an in-house production team led by Friedlinghaus.

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