LIMITED EDITION COLLABORATION: RZ x West Coast Customs
Founded in 2003 by Ryan Friedlinghaus, the world-renowned customization shop of West Coast Customs has build an empire creating impeccably customized cars for a wide array of clientele, ranging from pro athletes, celebrities, Fortune 100 companies and International Royalty. From the well-known MTV Pimp My Ride to the current original series Pimped Out on YouTube, West Coast Customs is a design and entertainment master with a following around the world.
Adding rims or a custom airbrushed design to the exterior of your car is not the only way to get the West Coast Customs look today. RZ worked with the talented West Coast Customs designers to bring the stand-out look of this iconic brand to our best-selling M2 mask design. The RZ x West Coast Customs collaboration product is the most stylish dust mask made for automotive work, woodworking, landscaping, power sports and more.
Behind the Design
West Coast Custom designs begin with the vision of CEO & Founder Ryan Friedlinghaus and are brought to life by the renowned WCC artist, Musa Ujahjono. Musa takes Ryan's vision to iconic design sketches, then computer before being translated to a car or in this case, a mask.
THE RZ X WEST COAST CUSTOMS VENTED AIRBRUSH MASK
The RZ x WCC Vented Airbrush Dust Mask screams performance and was inspired by the vent and intake of a car. Featuring the iconic style of the West Coast Customs brand, this mask lets you show off your love of speed and design while you work.SHOP NOW
THE RZ X WCC BANDIT MASK
The unique Bandit Mask features the recognizable bandana design used by West Coast Customs on WCC bandanas and numerous t-shirt designs. The hand drawn look of this designs brings to life the customization aspect of the West Coast Customs brand on the best selling M2 one-strap mask style.SHOP NOW
ABOUT WEST COAST CUSTOMS
Founder and CEO of West Coast Customs, Ryan Friedlinghaus, started his now world-renowned car customization shop in 1993 with a $5,000 loan from his beloved grandfather, Edward Cifranic. He opened a modest shop in Orange County, California, working on mini-trucks and soon outgrew the space. In March of 2004, Friedlinghaus’ clientele and pop culture notoriety skyrocketed when Pimp My Ride became a smash hit on MTV. Over the decades he has continued to grow his global brand reach across various media platforms.
Go behind-the-scenes to see the ultimate automotive transformations on WCC's newest media play with Pimped Out, available exclusively on YouTube.