Introducing the Neiman Marcus edition Camaro convertible

Today in Dallas, Texas, Neiman Marcus unveiled their 2010 Holiday Catalog. The Neiman Marcus catalog is world renown for their luxurious, high-end, and special holiday gifts. Over the last ten years, the catalog has featured some of the rarest, most unique automobiles ever created and sold. Never has a Chevrolet model been offered for sale in their catalog – until now.

Chevrolet is pleased to announce we have teamed up with Neiman Marcus to create the 2011 Neiman Marcus Edition Camaro Convertible. This special edition convertible model -- based off of the Camaro 2SS – features such unique characteristics as Deep Bordeaux Tri-Coat exterior color with painted rally stripes; 21” wheels, that look similar to those on the Camaro convertible concept car, with red flare accent; and Amber leather-appointed interior with red flare accent stitching. A hero card with an image of this model is attached for reference.

The car is painted Deep Bordeaux and comes with subtle rally stripes. The interior is amber leather offset by black leather side panels and red stitching. That's cool, but even cooler is the power beneath the hood: The Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertibles are equipped with a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine. When paired with six-speed manual transmission, the engine delivers 426 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque.

Only 100 of these unique Camaro Convertible models will be offered for sale on Tuesday, October 19, 2010. The only way this model can be purchased is for customers to call the Neiman Marcus Edition Camaro Convertible Call Center at 1.877.662.6276 at 12 Noon sharp, Eastern Time, on October 19, 2010. The first 100 callers will receive a “pin” authorizing the sale of this model. Expect to pay around $75,000 for this limited edition Camaro. Vehicle delivery is anticipated Spring 2011.

It is important to note only retail customers are eligible for this program. Direct to dealer and dealer employee sales are not eligible.

See the Camaro in the Neiman Marcus catalog for yourself, check out pages 44 and 45 of the flip book feature on the web site

Great video below tells the story of how the car came to be

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