Back in 1970, Plymouth's dealer brochure showed a striped 1970 Cuda showing each of the factory colors available for customers to order.
Although the car wasn't real, Mopar enthuasiast Tim Wellborn set out on a mission to re-create it.
According to Road and Track, which saw the color-bursting Cuda at a Chicago car show in 2016 and then wrote a full feature on it, "The 25-color paint job was done on top of a wrap which protects the original paint."
25 colors? Wow!
Now, you know what this "Paint Chip" Barracuda has in common with National Jelly Bean Day. Sweet!
You can read more about the "Paint Chip" Barracuda at www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a31809/the-story-behind-plymouths-paint-chip-barracuda.