Limited-Edition WCC Holiday NFTs
At a secret location, just north of STVRBASE, the Elves have been tightening torque screws and finishing paint jobs this year to get ready for 12 days of a very merry West Coast Customs Christmas. Santa, being a big fan of the show, knew CEO Ryan Friedlinghaus’ childhood dream car was a custom Merc. So he had the elves building one to replace his sleigh this year. After the final touches and the night before the reveal, while everyone was sound asleep, a reindeer got loose in the shop. Prancing around, it knocked over the can of Metacore dust that Santa uses to shrink himself down so he could fit into chimneys. The dust landed right into the gas tank. Without knowing, the next day the elves went to top off the tank. POOF, the car transformed into a present. With little to no time to fix this, Santa had to deliver gifts. As Santa began his journey, little did he know this was only the beginning of the effects the Metacore dust would have on the Merc. This Christmas, as you unwrap your gift, you never know what you’re going to get.
Every day, for 12 days, starting on December 14th, 100 unrevealed gift wrapped NFTs will be released. On Christmas day you will be able to unwrap your gift to see which of the 8 car NFTs you will receive. Each car has a different rarity and corresponds with a WCC X The Hundreds Merch pack ranging from $60-$1600 in value. The apparel in this drop has been pulled from the WCC Vault and is currently only available through this drop. The more rare your car is, the higher tier merch package you receive. Every day, 2 lucky people will get to reveal their NFTs early and will receive an exclusive autographed merch pack.
With all of the commotion at the shop the Elves were off their game and forgot to put the stocking stuffers in the Merc with Santa. A little embarrassed, they decided they’d deliver them themselves and bribe everyone to not say anything by letting them open it early.
Everyone who buys a blind gift box will get a MiniWhips Stocking Stuffer NFT of one of the 6 Xmas themed Mercs.
World-renowned West Coast Customs was founded in 1993 by Ryan Friedlinghaus with a $5,000 loan from his grandfather. With Ryan’s vision and drive, WCC became the premiere vehicle modification shop, internationally recognized for its original designs, impeccable quality, cutting-edge technology and unparalleled craftsmanship.
On March 4, 2004, WCC’s clientele skyrocketed when “Pimp My Ride” began airing original episodes on MTV. With ratings through the roof, West Coast Customs quickly became a global lifestyle brand. Major TV networks across the country continued to sign new shows, including “Street Customs” and “Inside West Coast Customs.”
Nearly 30 years later, WCC is going stronger than ever, entering the Metaverse!