After 3,000 manhours and five years to professionally build, "The Chameleon" is ready to go on tour,
Shown only two times, winner of ISCA PPG Best Paint, ISCA Top Twenty, ISCA Outstanding Interior, ISCA Outstanding Paint, and Goodguys Best Paint.
Displayed at Street Rod Nationals Elite Builders Showcase.
"The Chameleon" has been meticulously sprayed with O'SO Orange and is "jaw dropping", expecially in the sun. Well worth the $20,000.00 to paint and with the immaculate bodywork and completely straight body panels, "The Chameleon" is as pristine as they get. The top has been chopped 1.25" and the drip rails removed.
Under the hood is a 502 Ram Jet "chrome" pushing out more the 500 H.P. Power is transferred to the wheels through a 700R4 transmission and 9" Ford Rear End. For wheels, it runs on staggered 17" and 18" Boyds.
On the inside, the impressive $30,000.00 interior consists of suede and leather with custom console, modern power bucket seats, custom door panels, power windows, smooth dash, and air conditioning. All coordinated with a matching trunk.
Setting on the Art Morrison chassis, the undercarriage is finished with the same detail as the top. Chrome, polish, and stainless everywhere.
With only 94 miles, "The Chameleon" has been a true trailer queen, but is ready to drive if you dare.
Other features: Custom smooth fire wall, smoothie bumpers, chrome outside and painted inside, stainless gas tank, Strange coilovers all four chrome, polished power rack 20.1 ratio, chrome front and rear sway bars, chrome front A bars, chrome Wildwood brake system, chrome rear 4 link, polished radiator support, polished radiator and condenser, smooth cowl with vent removed, and wiring by Mr. Fix It.