It’s pretty much a fact of life that the fifth-generation Chevy Camaro is nothing short of awesome. Unfortunately, the folks at Chevrolet haven’t gotten around to making the coveted T-Tops variant of the reborn bow tie pony car. The closest to a T-Tops Chevy Camaro today is the unique conversion by Drop Top Customs — and contrary to popular assumptions — the conversion does not nullify the Camaro’s factory warranty.
According to the Drop Top Customs’ website, the aftermarket firm offers a one-year, parts and labor warranty as well as an additional three-year warranty for mechanical parts. Perhaps even more importantly is the following:
“And contrary to what many people believe about conversions, our work does not void the vehicle’s factory warranty. Our warranty covers the areas we affect, and the remaining areas are covered by the manufacturer’s factory warranty.”
One of the main reasons for my writing this article is the amount of Camaro owners, current and future, who’ve come to GM Authority concerned about negating the original GM factory warranty if they were to actually go through with the (absolutely sick) T-Tops conversion.
To top it all off, Drop Top Customs also provides manuals that include thorough instructions on the use and care of your newly-converted vehicle. And should you need any parts for the conversion, the oldest aftermarket convertible converter in the United States maintains a full inventory of spare parts that — in most cases — can be shipped out the same day.
So there you have it, folks – if you want to T-Top your Camaro, there’s not that much risk involved after all. And no, we’re not affiliated in any way, shape, or form with Drop Top Customs… we simply enjoy their work. At the end of the day, the decision is totally yours.
Source: Drop Top Customs