Drop Top Customs Chevy Camaro T-Top Headed to SEMA

Drop Top Customs Chevy Camaro T-Top Headed to SEMA
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Drop Top Customs, known to convert today’s hottest cars to convertibles, will be bringing a Chevy Camaro T-Top variant to SEMA 2010 along with their Cadillac CTS. The T-Top option for the fifth generation Chevy Camaro will give owners the versatility of a convertible when they want it, and the perfectly stock look when they need it.

Drop Top Customs President Jeff Moran said, “The installation utilizes our exclusive convertible understructure reinforcement. Most of these T-top Camaros will come supercharged, so there is no need for concern when you want to let your pony run.”

Conversion pricing has been announced at $6,500 with availability starting after SEMA in mid-November. The conversion definitely looks clean, which is almost an obvious assumption given that Drop Top Customs has been doing conversions since 1976. We’re more surprised it’s taken this long.

We’ll be sure to grab more photos of the car from the SEMA Show with complete coverage starting November 2nd. Until then, check out our SEMA Preview here.

GALLERY: Drop Top Customs Chevy Camaro T-Top

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[Source: Inside Line]