Inside West Coast CustomsHaving plundered the vehicle modification scene for the past eighteen years, the crew from West Coast Customs is moving on to restaurant design. Chronic Tacos in Corona, California now sports a taste of the modification shop's style.

We'll do our best to skip the easy meme joke and move forward.

The press release is markedly skimpy on details about what sort of modifications the shop made to the restaurant. We imagine plenty of fish tanks and subwoofers along with bad paint and tacky underbody lighting. The Corona location is now officially called West Coast Customs' Chronic Tacos.

West Coast Customs has moved out of the "Pimp My Ride" game and into a new show. "Inside West Coast Customs" is officially in its second season on the Velocity channel, with the newest episode having aired on October 16. Hit the jump for the full press release.
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Creative Car Customizers, West Coast Customs, Team With Daring Restaurant Brand, Chronic Tacos, to Launch Modified Taco Shop

Chronic Tacos, in Corona, CA, is now West Coast Customs' Chronic Tacos

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Oct. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bold and intrepid Southern California-based restaurant chain, Chronic Tacos, has teamed with outrageous West Coast Customs to announce the renovation of their extreme taco shop, Chronic Tacos, into West Coast Customs' Chronic Tacos, in Corona, California. The brash new restaurant is located on the corner of Ontario and Main Street at 160 East Ontario Avenue. It features Chronic Tacos authentic third generation Mexican food served in a taco shop that has been overhauled for maximum performance.

"Chronic Tacos and West Coast Customs a bold statement together," said Randy Wyner, founder Chronic Tacos Enterprises. "West Coast Customs makes amazing creations out of cars just like we do with tacos. We are thrilled to have them overhaul one of our shops."

West Coast Customs continues Season Two of their hit show on Velocity, Inside West Coast Customs, where audiences get a front-row view of the crew's most outrageous builds. On Oct. 16 at 8:00 p.m. ET/CT, Inside West Coast Customs will unveil their Best Buy Ford Fiesta and latest taco shop creation after they teach their "7 steps to customize your car".

Ryan Friedlinghaus, CEO and Owner of West Coast Customs, and his shop crew have executed exclusive custom builds for the MTV show "Pimp my Ride," TLC's "Street Customs," "Street Customs Berlin" and now on his new Velocity and Discovery Channel show, "Inside West Coast Customs." Friedlinghaus and his crew are world-renowned for their extreme vehicles, outrages features and unique designs.

Chronic Tacos is a southern California restaurant chain with a vigorous cult following and over thirty restaurants and cantinas. For more information visit www.eatchronictacos.com.