Chevrolet will be auctioning the second 2011 Camaro Convertible built for consumer sale at the Barrett-Jackson Auction on Sept. 24, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Those who are participating should be warned though that since the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible has yet to be released, the winning bidder won’t see the car before he has to pay for it. It is rumored that the car will be released in March 2011 and there has been no date set yet on when the vehicle will be officially introduced. At the auction block in Las Vegas, what will be shown to the bidders is a Camaro Convertible Concept, the one on which the production version is based.
However, it’s likely that since it is a Camaro convertible, it will be worth the bid. The proceeds from the bid will be given to the YMCA of Southern Nevada, an organization which aims to “promote healthy living and foster a sense of social responsibility.”
"The winning bidder will receive the second 2011 Camaro Convertible produced for consumer sale. The car on the auction block in Las Vegas will be the Camaro Convertible Concept that has traveled the world's auto shows. The first production model will be used for historical purposes. The production version will make its debut later this fall, prior to start of production in early 2011." said the press release.