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Gone In Sixty Seconds - Green Hummer/Pink Hummer/Green Hummer...
Watch when the Hummer rams into the cop car. The Hummer is green when it hits the car...but pink when they stole it...then green when they ram the sidewall...then pink when they leave the place. And it isn't the oil finish/color changing stuff!
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Anonymous on 03-20-2001
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possum writes:
Ever hear of chameleon paint? If you did, you would know it's pretty pimp, and that's most likely the case. Chameleon paint makes a car change colors when light hits it a different way. My friend has a suburban that's purple, black, and lime green when it's hit in different ways by the light.
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Lionfish writes:
As Someone who works in s Dupont pro shop, The Hummer in the movie was provided by Dupont and features Chromealusion paint. (that changes colors when veiwed from different angles.) The hummer is Duponts SEMA show truck that showcased the paint when it was introduced.
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jtjohnny writes:
The more specific or right name for this paint is Chromalusion paint.
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Jazzcat writes:
I cant believe that you would write something like that. Chameleon paint is like 200 for a pint of the stuff and is extremelly tight stuff. You should go to some system checks and check it out bud
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