Chrysler 300 Customizer: Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs

Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs joined the Chrysler brand for his first visit to the 2013 Woodward Dream Cruise with a black chrome Chrysler 300 as well as one in matte black. When we asked how his experience was Friedlinghaus said, “I was blown away by all the different styles and years [of vehicles cruising].”

Ryan Friedlinghaus West Coast Customs Chrysler 300-1When asked what advice he would give to other customizers looking to live out their dream of modifying vehicles, he said, “Establish great relationships, consistency, forward thinking, innovative ideas, dedication and uncompromised loyalty to and from people.”

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Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs was inspired to create a vehicle that no one else was. He stated that when it comes to creating a design, “We always start with the body.”

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10 West Coast Customs crew members and eight mods later, a Chrysler 300 in black chrome was created.

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A few mods include a black chrome wrap, 22″ wheels with 22″ high-performance tires, a dual exhaust,coil over suspension, tinted windows, and smoked tail and marker lights.

Ryan Friedlinghaus West Coast Customs Chrysler 300-5Just like you, it can be challenging for Friedlinghaus to create a unique vehicle. His advice is to “try to think outside the box and do it differently than everyone else.”

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From all of us at Chrysler Forward Look, we appreciate your time, Ryan.

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Catch up with Ryan Friedlinghaus and the rest of the West Coast Customs crew at SEMA in Las Vegas in November.