Have you been hankering for the Cadillac CTS in a soft-top convertible version? Cadillac currently doesn't have plans to make one but Drop Top Customs does. And it will be shown at the upcoming 2010 SEMA Show. DTC has long been a fixture in the SEMA show and it has an impressive reputation for creating custom convertibles.
Ever since DTC was founded nearly three decades ago, it has successfully converted all types of production hardtops into fully functional convertibles.
A couple of years ago, DTC displayed a convertible Challenger at the SEMA show that was given a design award from Chrysler. DTC also made a Chevrolet Camaro convertible that attracted a lot of attention at last year's SEMA show.
DTC is currently offering a convertible version of the four-door CTS, but for this year's SEMA show, it will be showcasing a ragtop CTS coupe.
CEO Jeff Moran said that he believes that as a drop top, the rakish roofline of the coupe will work much better. Moran said that the build process won't take long and he expects to receive a stock CTS coupe "any day now." DTC is expected to start offering two-door CTS convertibles to customers this fall.