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Old 02-02-2012, 12:57 PM   #1
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Awesome New Product On Sale - Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor!

The WindRestrictor for the C6 Corvette convertible quickly became one of the most buzzed about and appreciated items available in that vehicle's entire line-up, and for that reason we're very happy to announce the C5 Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor as a part of our catalog as well! Manufactured from gorgeous acrylic plexiglass, machine etched with GM licensed emblems, and finished with LED illumination, the WindRestrictor is an absolutely gorgeous modification piece for the Camaro. The brilliance of this product is, also, that it is as functional as it stylish. The WindRestrictor works to buffer the wind coming over and through your cabin while driving with the top down on your corvetible to reduce wind noise, as well as annoying circular air current backdraft.



The WindRestrictor's clear construction works great. Ultimately, the Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor is crystal clear so you will not have any loss of visibility at night like some report with the black nets. The 3D patent pending glass design allows for full top movement and this is the first in the world to have that among many other features. The WindRestictor requires no drilling at all or permanent modification to your beautiful Camaro Convertible and does NOT need to be removed when taking the top up or down!



The Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor has 14 different available engraving options--including a good number of official GM licensed options--to allow you to pick the custom look that's right for you. In addition to the 14 engraving options, there are also nine different LED Illumination options available.



The finished look of this product is absolutely unmatched. We love them here at SCP, have been dealing with the Corvette versions for some time now, and are incredibly stoked to be offering them for the Camaro market now. We've got them priced at the lowest possible price point allowed by the manufacturer, as well as with free shipping, so we can confidently say that nobody will beat our price. Just check out our Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor product listing for more information, available options, and for ordering.



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Old 02-27-2012, 03:02 PM   #2
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Old 02-27-2012, 03:03 PM   #3
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This and this alone makes me want a convertible!! Very cool.


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Old 03-01-2012, 12:00 PM   #4
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Thanks for the orders. To answer a few questions I've been asked, yes, these are currently available but there may be as much as a 2 week lead time once an order has been placed--depending upon your engraving choice. As for custom engravings, those are also available and you can provide any text or image of your liking, but please contact us over the phone before ordering a custom engraving. Price will change accordingly to your engraving preference.

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Old 08-09-2012, 09:03 AM   #5
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Theoretically. Could this fit in the coupe?
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:39 AM   #6
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Theoretically. Could this fit in the coupe?
Checking on this right now. I'll have an answer for you later on today! I don't think so, just because of the install points, but it's worth checking.

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Old 08-10-2012, 08:41 AM   #7
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Checking on this right now. I'll have an answer for you later on today! I don't think so, just because of the install points, but it's worth checking.

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Sounds good. I know Andrew said he was working on something for the coupes - but that was awhile ago.
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Sounds good. I know Andrew said he was working on something for the coupes - but that was awhile ago.
Yeah, what they said to me was "It's something we've been thinking of doing for a while, but, we haven't gotten the engineers on it yet. Our R&D queue is pretty long". This roughly translates, to me, as it being a ways away before it's a reality. Sorry for that!

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Old 08-10-2012, 10:54 AM   #9
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Yeah, what they said to me was "It's something we've been thinking of doing for a while, but, we haven't gotten the engineers on it yet. Our R&D queue is pretty long". This roughly translates, to me, as it being a ways away before it's a reality. Sorry for that!

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no worries. I wonder if you could retro fit their current wind restrictor to fit the coupe's rear deck. Hmmmmmm
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Thanks for the orders!

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Old 09-26-2012, 07:57 AM   #11
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Old 09-26-2012, 08:09 AM   #12
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You guys figure out how to do this in the coupe yet?
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You guys figure out how to do this in the coupe yet?
Not yet, sadly no. KPI, the manufacturers, keep telling us it's in R&D but haven't heard much more beyond that. Sorry.

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Old 09-27-2012, 11:22 AM   #14
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If it was a little cheaper like $250 I would definitely buy it but its way out of my price range.
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Can you get them etched but not illuminated? How much? And how much for one not etched or illuminated?
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Can you get them etched but not illuminated? How much? And how much for one not etched or illuminated?
Yes, sir. It's on our site, you can select without illumination.

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Camaro Convertible WindRestrictor

Custom WindRestrictor Convertible Wind Screen for the Fifth Generation Camaro Convertible
Camaro Convertible Custom WindRestrictor



[SIZE="3"]The WindRestrictor is one of those visually striking and beautiful aftermarket parts that every person who sees your Camaro will ask about. Each and every WindRestrictor is made from extremely high quality materials and utilizes a brilliant bracket mounting system for strength and beauty. The clear construction helps to keep visibility at a max, and the 3D machine engraving provides rich and beautiful detail. Can remain installed 24/7, with the top up or down, and doesn't need to be removed when switching between the two. Works to buffer wind noise when driving on the highway with the top down, and provide greater visibility and beauty to your Camaro Convertible.






The WindRestrictor is available for the Camaro Convertible comes with a large variety of available engravings, LED light options, and custom components. Perfect for a showcar or fun weekend driver, the WindRestrictor is both functional and beautiful. Light up your car, make yourself more visible to other drivers on the road, buffer wind noise on the highway, and do it all with a stylish and complete WindRestrictor package at the best price ever.



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