These hyper color, almost translucent paint jobs were popular in the early 2000s on Mustang Cobras and other forms of American muscle. ChromaFlair, as its known, contains unique, multi-layer flakes that give paints, coatings, plastics, textiles and packaging the ability to change color when viewed from different angles. Each flake, created using thin-film alluminum, exhibits a wide range of hues depending on the angle at which it is viewed and the angle of incidence of light – a dramatic color shift that is even achievable in low-light environments. Pretty snazzy huh? Despite being a bit loud, and dated at this point, the paint kinda works on this ’65 Impala SS. Park City pedestrians had their collective heads on a swivel catching stares at this ultra-clean example spotted on Main Street. If the owner enjoys being seen then consider the mission accomplished.