I made a mistake when asking that question, the male would be a ambaja not a ambanja, and the female a ambilobe, so i'm looken on advice of the offspring on .....a male ambaja, with a blue bar/red bar ambilobe female, how they would turn out? or would offspring turn out better if mated him with a female noseybe?Yea, totally possible. They're still the same species, just different color localities. Crossing them won't result in any defects/health issues, so no worries about that as long as both parents are healthy. You'd get a vareity of colors out of the pairing, as some males will probably look like the father's locale, some will look like the mother's locale, and you'll have several (most, probably) end up somewhere in the middle.
The bad thing about crosses is that there isn't as much demand for them, especially the girls. So anyone breeding crosses has to be prepared to hold onto and house several chameleons if they don't end up going to homes immediately. If you run a forum search on cross breeding panthers you'll get a ton of results, and it'll give you a much more thorough idea of any considerations.