This highly customized radical show car known as "Triton" was built
from a "Cad-Amino" body begun by Karl Krumy, who worked with George
Barris, made from Chevy and Cadillac parts. Keith Dean acquired the
car in 2014 and finished what Krumy had started. It features unique
lighting and interior customizations, such as innovative air vents.
It's powered by an old 350ci 8-cylinder engine with modern updates
paired with an automatic transmission. Named after Triton, as he is
half man and half "beast," this custom was featured at the 2015
GNRS show, and won the Barris d'Elegance Award and CKD Exclusive.
From the Petersen Museum collection.
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