Originally Posted by AGLAT
FWIW -- My first car was a '68 camaro with a 327 and a Hurst 4 speed, back in 1981. I'm 45 now, and I really like the modern retro design of the new camaros. I was seriously ready to buy the new convertible if it met all of my critical requirements: independent rear suspension, rear wheel drive, tight chassis, glass rear window, soft top, hard tonneau cover, usable trunk, 4 seats.
It meets all of the above requirements except for the hard tonneau cover. It's a shame, I was really liking this car.
Note that I am not interested in any of the hard top convertibles, primarily because I drive with the top down 90% of the time and need a usable trunk.
Even if it was a hard tonneau cover, you would have had less room in the trunk, they take more room, the Camaro trunks are small to start with even on a coupe. if its room in the trunk you need in a vert Camaro would not be a choice IMO.
Number 3 stated this earlier.