Drop Top Customs Gets to Work on 2013 Cadillac XTS Convertible Sedan

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If it rolls on four wheels, has a roof and it's made by Detroit, then Drop Top Customs will gladly turn your ride into a convertible, regardless of the number of doors.

Not too long after we brought you news on the Florida-based company's open top interpretations of the redesigned Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans, Drop Top Customs released two images of a 2013 Cadillac XTS being stripped down in preparation of its transformation into a convertible.

The tuner tells us that work on the conversion is underway, but did not release any other details about the project.

However, we do know from past concepts that the company builds completely open top cars without a roll bar, fitting them with fully operational rear (sedan) or quarter (coupes) windows, which will likely be the case with the Cadillac XTS as well.

Photo Credits: Drop Top Customs


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