Despite the fact that General Motors has continuously delayed the launch of a drop top pony car once again you can’t stop automotive enthusiasts from chopping the roofs off of 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. It would be a difficult job to tell this yellow Camaro from Drop Top Customs apart from what will eventually roll off the line at GM’s Oshawa assembly plant in Ontario, Canada. Now they aren’t showing any close ups of the welds and that large convertible cover offers a lot of room to hide some unsightly craftsmanship, but if it never breaks then there will be no need to open it up. We will just have to take a closer look at the car when we see it at this year’s SEMA show where Drop Top Customs will most likely have more than one Camaro convertible on display.
Now Drop Top is asking for a solid $18,000 to give Camaro owners the opportunity to experience the wind in their hair at least a year and a half before the general market will be able to. The question you have to ask yourself is a $40,000 V6 Camaro really worth it? Perhaps as more and more of these modern muscle cars appear on the streets of the U.S. owners will be more inclined to pony up for the extra appeal, and when they do the Florida based shop will be waiting to help a few Camaro owners stay ahead of the pack.