Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro – Click above for high-res image gallery

Let's face it – a Camaro just ain't a Camaro without T-Tops. Since the option surfaced on the cars in 1978, the split roof has defined Chevrolet's muscle car, but so far, GM has kept the fifth-generation Camaro conspicuously free from hot T-Top action. Fortunately, there's Drop Top Customs. The company showed off its own personal take on going to town on the roof of the mighty Camaro. For the low, low price of $6,500, you too can have your Camaro lightened of a little sheet metal, and Drop Top Customs says that the company will even bolt on a supercharger for a little extra pep should you feel the need. Fear not the structural rigidity, either. Each topped Camaro gets the same underbracing as the company's convertible conversions.

While the DTC Camaro is a sight to be seen, it's overshadowed by its Pontiac cousin, the wicked T-topped Firehawk Trans Am. If you're looking for buckets of win, you've certainly found it. While body-color inserts are the only available option right now, DTC says that smoked glass pieces are on their way.


  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro front
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro front 3/4
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro side
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  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro front 3/4
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro interior
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro roof
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro front 3/4
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro rear 3/4
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro roof
  • Drop Top Customs T-Top Camaro roof detail

  • DTC Trans Am T-Top front
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top front 3/4
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top hood
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top hood
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top fender art
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top badge
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top side
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top wheel
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top seat
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top rear
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top trunk
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top tail light
  • DTC Trans Am T-Top hoof

Photos by Zach Bowman / Copyright ©2010 AOL

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