Love it or hate it, you can't miss it!

There aren't many ways to make a first-gen Camaro look more noticeable, but cover one in a color-changing hue and you've done just that. If you want a truly one-of-a-kind Camaro – that doesn't include a six-figure restomod or pro-touring car – then Streetside Classics has a chameleon-colored 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible just for you.

Chameleon-Wrapped 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

First and foremost, this Camaro highlights the technology in modern car wraps. The body color is able to change based on the lighting, and while you can get a sense of this from Streetside Classics indoor studio, this color will absolutely pop out in the direct sunlight. More importantly, this wrap job obviously wasn't done to cover up a lackluster paint job. Under the wrap, the car is said to wear a yellow paint, but you'd never guess that based on the prep work for this wrap. Under the hood, in the truck and in the door jambs are all painted black.

Inside, the eye-catching exterior gives way to a conventional interior that is mostly black with the exception of wood grain accents on the dash and center console. The interior looks to be in great shape as do the black power-operating top and the top's soft tonneau cover. This car even has the factory AM radio and auxiliary gauges in place.

Pop the hood to reveal a chrome-covered 350 CID V8 sitting pretty in the all-black engine compartment. This engine has been built up with double-hump heads, a four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake, while the headers are sure to provide a beautiful exhaust note. To make sure this Camaro is as fun to drive as it is to show off, this engine is backed with a four-speed manual transmission.

Gallery: Chameleon-Wrapped 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

Streetside Classics of Phoenix has this chameleon-wrapped Camaro listed at $31,995, but click HERE if you'd like to make a serious offer on this stunning drop-top.