The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is chock full of high-end products that most of us either couldn’t or shouldn’t afford. But when it comes to a hot-looking, limited edition Camaro Convertible, even a $75,000 price tag isn’t enough to scare some of us off. Neiman Marcus and General Motors sold all 100 copies of the exclusive drop-top in a mere three minutes. That’s about $2.5 million worth of metal every minute; a sizable amount of dough even for a company the size and shape of GM.
The 100 of a kind Camaro features special Deep Bordeaux paint with like-colored convertible top, plus leather trim that isn’t available in any other Bow Tie pony car. Power comes from the same 426 horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 that motivates the Camaro SS.
So if you were hoping to get your hands on a Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertible, you’d better know one of the 100 people who actually bought one. We’re sure you’re not too heartbroken, though. After all, the rest of us can score a topless Camaro starting at about $30,000. Hit the jump for the GM press release.