Kolor Me Kustom was a Los Angeles-based customing shop that made big waves in the industry throughout the ’70s with their wild paint jobs and crazy bod modifications that were seen on everything from muscle cars and street vans to limousines and semi-trucks. While tame compared to other projects, this design features their ’71 Ranchero which had one of the craziest paint jobs of all time that combined countless interlocking pinstripes, airbrushed murals, and of course, metal flake – TONS of metal flake.
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