As the latest trend with the major car manufacturers in America to resurrect styling cues from the golden age of muscle cars Chevrolet’s 2010 Camaro fits pretty well.
And that’s just the thing, pretty well isn’t quite enough these days.
You can blatantly spot the meddling of the legislation, the sound insulation and the rather cold and clinical feel of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. But that can’t be changed. The weight issue is also a bit of a handicap for a modern day equivalent.
To be honest, the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro needs all of these more than the 70’s versions because nowadays we are wusses. While most of us don’t really want the burly risky muscle car with poor handling, some do linger for a few of the ideas from back then.
One of the things we want and don’t really have came from the American tuner called Drop Top Customs. The Drop Top Customs name isn’t randomly chosen as the product they’re offering for the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro is that classic desirable, the T-Top.
The Drop Top Customs Chevrolet Camaro also comes with a supercharger to give you some extra power but do you really care?
I’m betting this car will only roll about at no more than 30 mph.