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West Coast Customs Opens a Shop at Camp Pendleton - Web Exclusive

West Coast Customs Barracks will offer wheels, tires, audio, video and WCC custom detail at their 1600 sq ft facility.

Greg Emmerson
May 7, 2012

West Coast Customs gave away a Custom 2012 Chevy Silverado at the grand opening of their new location at the US Marine Base Camp Pendleton. West Coast Customs Barracks will offer wheels, tires, audio, video, security, GPS location devices, interior, exhaust, graphics, tint and WCC custom detail at their 1600 sq ft facility.

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"Opening West Coast Customs Barracks was a natural progression of our corporation," Ryan Friedlinghaus, founder and CEO of West Coast Customs said, "We are in the middle of a comprehensive expansion of the West Coast Customs Brand and with a huge military fan base and all our military affiliations, opening up a satellite shop on a military base was our focus."

2012 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab
Exterior
West Coast Customs SS inspired black 2 toned with accent paint, Street Scene SS Body Kit, Line-X bedliner, Shaved Tailgate, SnugTop cover, Street Scene grilles, Magnaflow Dual Flow Exhaust
Suspension
Bel-Tech coilovers, Helper Bags for a smooth ride
Interior
West Coast Customs black leather interior with red stitching and embroidered logos, Suede Headliner, West Coast Customs embroidered floormats
Wheels
24” Color matched MHT wheels with 24” General Grabber UHP tires
Audio
Pioneer Head Unit, West Coast Customs Speakers throughout, two 10” Diamond Audio Woofers

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