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Chevrolet is one of the classic American car companies, originally formed in 1911. The Chevy V8 engine is considered a classic in its own right, and has been in continuous production in one form or another since 1955. The V8 has been the powerplant associated most closely with the Camaro convertible, Chevy’s popular American “muscle car.”
The Camaro convertible top has been a key part of the car’s appeal since the earliest model years. Originally debuting in 1966 as a response to the Ford Mustang, the Camaro convertible tops the list of favorite cars among American automotive enthusiasts.
The new, fifth-generation Camaro has brought a resurgence of interest in the brand, both new and historical models. Available as a Camaro soft top, this new generation of muscle car is also reviving interest in the classic Camaros. The years have not always been kind, and Camaro convertible top replacement is a popular and affordable option for reviving the appeal of an older Camaro.
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