As a contrast to the white foiling, WCC spray-painted the various exterior paneling components and rims in black. The nine-spoke alloy wheels have a blue lip to match the roof. While the outside looks finished, there’s still work to be done inside, which is arguably the highlight of this custom van.
“There’s a lot of woodworking, a lot of fiberglass, and a lot of wiring. There’s just a lot of work,” adds Ryan Friedlinghaus, CEO of West Coast Customs. It’s hard to imagine the finished product when you see the inside bare, but the experts at WCC are capable of great things.
The interior panels were painted white to match the leather strips decorating the rear. A black background highlights a prominent, backlit PlayStation logo that serves as an eye-catching backdrop.
PlayStation symbols are a recurring theme inside, with the iconic triangle, circle, square and cross patterns adorning the seats and headliner.
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