Publish date: 2016-07-18 12:03:13
Sporting a Chameleon pain during any car show will surely make any classic car outshine every other car in the show. The car seems to change color when you view it from a different angle or if the light changes, which means that two people, with a certain distance apart, will see a completely different color. You’ll never get bored going around this car and enjoying its beauty.
This 1935 half ton pickup is currently being sold by a dealer from Boise, Idaho. The paint finish is called the “Kameleon Kolor” made by House of Kolor which is a combination of green-to-purple paint. The video bellow showcases the cars beautiful color changes as the camera moves around the pickup.
The creative finish is matched with very shiny chrome work and some stainless-steel exterior trim. It also sports a “factory style badging”, black Rhino-lined running boards and custom-built chrome rear and front bumpers. It also has a custom fabricated grill and chrome headlight cases. For the finishing touches, it has chrome IROC wheels that are fitted with radial tires.
The dealer says that this Ford Pickup featured a professionally custom built tube frame using a Chevrolet S10 Chassis, and it has a steel Ford body and bed with fiberglass fenders added to it. The seller also states that the pickups VIN plate has been placed on the driver’s door pillar so you can easily verify its identity.
This pickup has a small-block Chevy 350 cubic inch V8 engine that features aluminum intake manifold, air cleaner housing, and valve covers which are all from Edelbrock. The engine it matched with a Carter 4-barrel carburetor with electric choke and “Rams Horn” exhaust manifold that breathes through the dual exhaust. All of the power is channeled through a 700R4 3-speed automatic transmission. “The suspension and driveline are in good working order as well as the electrical system”, the seller added. “This vehicle is in nice mechanical condition. It runs and drives very well.”
The seller assures that the interior has been done really well and is in great condition with its custom bucket seats covered in “Black Sierra Grain and Ostrich Leather” that goes really well with the black Ostrich leather covering the door panels and headliner, and the black carpet. The pickup has a Grant Sports steering wheel and Stewart Wagner gauge cluster set mounted on the dash that is also painted in black and accented with “Kameleon Kolor”. For a comfortable cruising, it has a working air conditioner. Other added features are power windows and Pioneer stereo set with 2 speakers embedded on the doors.
$29,900 is the asking price for this 1935 Ford Pickup with only 3,045 miles on its odometer that has been added after its makeover. “Pickup is a great investment opportunity and it is priced right,” the dealer added.
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