Xzibit finds the owner of a ruined car and takes it to the West Coast Customs for a renovation.
Did You Know?
Many of the people whose rides were pimped were surprised to discover that the customizations to their cars were, in fact, not quite as free as the show portrayed. Because the show paid for the improvements/customizations, officials from both the IRS and California Tax Authority (since both the show and the work performed to the car were done there) considered this to be income paid to the pimpee. Much like game show winnings, the equivalent market value of the improvements were reported as such to Federal and State authorities, with several pimpees being stuck with tax bills amounting to several thousand dollars. See more
Spin-off Pimp My Ride