2Chainz Visits West Coast Customs in GQ’s Most Expensive Sh*T Show

Showbiz is changing fast, and so does the automotive industry. So when you’re an international men’s magazine that focuses on fashion, style, and culture for the tougher genre money is the answer. And what better way to spend hundred thousands of dollars than getting super customized cars that are designed by one of the most popular aftermarket shops in the US?
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That’s pretty much the story behind this video they shot at Ryan Friedlinghaus’ Burbank, California-based tuning shop. OK, maybe the name of the owner doesn’t ring a bell. But we’re more than certain you’re familiar with the West Coast Customs facility, a place where some of the most famous rappers in the biz used to hang out back in the day.

In fact, some of them still do even if Xzibit is no longer shooting an MTV show at the 66,000 square foot facility. However, the sake of television is what brings us back to the renown aftermarket house that has been pimping out cars since 1993. This time around, we’re looking at GQ’s “Most Expensive Shit” show hosted by 2Chainz, a rapper that loves opulence (as if there is one that doesn’t).

Apparently, Will.I.Am’s creation is what tickled his interest, and we know why that happened since this purple contraption is almost impossible to miss when somebody actually drives it on the street. The extremely modified DeLorean may also come to some people’s likes, especially since it was enhanced with a proper engine and 'Back to the Future' brake lights.

In terms of figures we are talking about over $500,000 worth of autos, so you’d better be ready for the impact. Other than the outrageous price tag, you’ll find that the cars are not even that impressive, to be honest.

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