Drop Top Customs will make your Camaro a convertible, since GM won't

Florida-based Drop Top Customs is currently accepting orders for convertible Chevy Camaros.

If you can't wait for GM to get off of its duff and release the convertible Camaro, Drop Top Customs will make one for you.
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Suppose you wanted to pick up a convertible Chevrolet Camaro. You could wait patiently until the rumored 2012 release date. You could hope against hope that GM actually decides to release the darn thing. However, if you've got an extra 18 grand burning a hole in your pocket, you could see the folks at Drop Top Customs about making one for yourself, right now.

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Ripping back the top will give rear passengers more headroom, but not legroom. Drop Top Customs

Custom Camaro convertible with the top up
Custom convertibles usually look odd with the top up. Drop Top's Camaro avoids this pitfall. Drop Top Customs

That $18,000 dollar price tag doesn't include the cost of the donor car, so expect to add between $22K and $33K, depending on how much topless muscle you're looking for.

Florida-based Drop Top Customs is currently accepting orders and will display its custom convertible Camaro at the 2009 SEMA Show.

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Antuan Goodwin gained most of his automotive knowledge the old fashioned way, by turning wrenches in a driveway and picking up speeding tickets. From drivetrain tech and performance to car audio installs and cabin tech, if it's on wheels, Antuan is knowledgeable. Email Antuan, follow him on Twitter, or like him on Facebook. Antuan

 

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