• Oct 21, 2010
Drop Top Customs, an aftermarket customizer which typically creates convertibles, has created a T-Top kit for the Chevrolet Camaro. The Drop Top T-Top Camaro will make its debut at SEMA show this November and the company says most of its creations will come equipped with a supercharger, but Drop Top assures us that chassis flex isn't an issue. Sales begin shortly after its debut in Vegas next month and carry a sticker of $6,500.

[Source: Drop Top Customs via Inside Line]


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      Brian Barnett
      • 2 Years Ago
      We love your site! We have waited for t-tops to come back on the market forever! Hopefully the trend will stay! Best Regards, Brian http://www.T-TopsOnline.com
      • 4 Years Ago
      Are you kidding me? yeah T-tops were cool when they were off but what a pain in the ass it was. You had to get off and take off 2 big ass tops and put them in the back. Give me a power sunroof anyday thank you.
      • 4 Years Ago
      T-tops are awesome and it's time for them to come back.
      • 4 Years Ago
      T-tops are the best thing to come out of the eighties.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Prepare for the leaks !
      • 4 Years Ago
      bitchin' camaro
      • 4 Years Ago
      Awesome! But $6,500 extra? Don't think so, unless the Supercharger is thrown in.
      • 4 Years Ago
      AWESOME!

      you will never see a lamestang ever have this
        • 4 Years Ago
        @GMFanBoi

        You should change your name, although I would not be surprised if you actually are a GM hater. I told you once before that you would only accomplish getting yourself voted down; now look at your rating.

        @everyone else

        That said, actually all that’s old is new again. The original T tops for the F body WERE an aftermarket installation. They were manufactured by Hurst and called Hurst Hatches, GM started to factory install them before they came up with a designed in version. They were a lot smaller than the factory T tops that followed and I’m sure GM went that route to see if they would sell before committing their R and D money on them; that is probably what they will do this time.
        There was also another company that had larger ones that required cutting the roof all the way across like a targa. They then dropped in an aluminum T top frame and the glass panels clamped to it.

        T tops are a blast, they are convenient and when in place, it’s the same as driving a fixed roof car. Rag tops are nice but there are ALOT of compromises for very little more open air feeling than what you get in a T top. Cowl shake is not cool, I owned a 69 RS Camaro convertible, when you went over the right type of bump, the dash would wobble side to side relative to the top of the console. If I jacked up one corner of the car on a hot day, the doors were more difficult to open; two things not confidence inspiring when cruising at 65 MPH.
        • 4 Years Ago
        @ v6sonoma: There is a glass roof option for the new Mustangs.
        • 4 Years Ago
        @GMFanBoi

        lol @ your existance
        Bill
        • 4 Years Ago
        The Camaro sucks with or with out the T tops. It looks like a pregnant vega.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Never? Mustang offered T-tops on the Fox-body and Mustang II versions. You can't say you'd never see with them... And seriously - Lamestang? How lame can you get in trying to come up with a derogatory name?
        • 4 Years Ago
        But at least you can get a sunroof on a Camaro :D
      • 4 Years Ago
      I don't get why people trash T-tops. Sure, the old ones leaked, but that was 20+ years ago when cars were 9000% less structurally rigid. Today's cars simply don't flex as much, so you'll have almost zero issues with leaky tops because the rubber seals shift out of place.

      Personally, as long as it's priced under 1000$, I'd rather have that over a sunroof any day.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I missed this... the reminds me so much of the Supra
      • 4 Years Ago
      It looks wrong on this car. They didn't put T-tops on the original 67-69 Camaro. They should wait until the retro 1970 1/2 Camaro before they install T-tops.
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