• Scott Voinovich, of West Coast Customs, delivered a "tricked-out" Geekmobile to Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder was on hand when a "tricked-out" Geekmobile arrived at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geekmobile arrives at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geekmobile arrives at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geekmobile arrives at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs arrived at Geek Squad City Museum Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder (left), greets Scott Voinovich, of West Coast Customs, at Geek Squad City , where a "tricked-out" Geekmobile modified by West Coast Customs was delivered Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Scott Voinovich (from left), of West Coast Customs, Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder and Randall Ratliff, Geek Squad City Ambassador were on hand when the "tricked-out" Geekmobile arrived at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)

  • Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder (left) and Scott Voinovich, of West Coast Customs, were on hand for the arrival of a "tricked-out" Geekmobile, at Geek Squad City, Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder (left), receives the keys of a "tricked-out" Geekmobile, from Scott Voinovich, of West Coast Customs, at Geek Squad City, on Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A Geek Squad Agent inspects a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A Geek Squad Agent inspects a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad Agents wipe down a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geek Squad Geekmobile, featuring interior and exterior modifications by West Coast Customs, was delivered Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. The Geekmobile will take up residence in the tech repair facility's museum and be featured in an episode of "Inside West Coast Customs". (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A Geek Squad Agent photographs a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • A "tricked-out" Geek Squad Geekmobile, featuring interior and exterior modifications by West Coast Customs, was delivered Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Brooks, Ky., just outside of Louisville. The Geekmobile will take up residence in the tech repair facility's museum and be featured in an episode of "Inside West Coast Customs". (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad City Mayor Wes Snyder (left) and a crowd of Agents cheer the arrival of a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)
  • Geek Squad Agents cheer the arrival of a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Joe Imel/Invision for Best Buy/AP Images)

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