2011 Chevrolet Camaro Neiman Marcus Edition Convertible, Edelbrock Supercharged 6.2 Liter LS3 Engine, Automatic Transmission, 11,563 Original Miles, there were only 100 of these exclusive cars made and this car is number 5 with a Birth Certificate. GM Ground Effects, SLP Heat Extractor Hood, SLP Boost Gauge, Sport Bar, Tow Package, Reverse Camera, This Camaro SS is painted in a special Deep Bordeaux paint with black “ghosted” rally stripes, a color-matched cloth top, and a unique two-tone leather interior along with 21-inch wheels Brembo brakes, Bluetooth, a 245-watt Boston Acoustics sound system. Available for sale with the car is 2015 Camaro Sport Tow Custom Trailer, created with the back half of a Camaro Convertible, Flush mount latches on tonneau cover, Hydraulic disc brakes, trunk mounted television with DVD player, Generator Included, auxiliary plug behind gas door, weighs 800 pounds. The Neiman Marcus annual Christmas Book is filled with items about which most of us can only dream. Of those wish-list objects, one in particular tends to catch our attention; Neiman Marcus regularly offers limited-edition cars, typically as a way of introducing a new model. As if plucking from the parking lot of one of its stores, Neiman’s creates an exclusive offering from the likes of Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Lexus, or Maserati. But a few have caught us off guard, including the 2002 Ford Thunderbird, a super-powered Dodge Viper from Hennessey, and this year’s offering, a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible. If a previous-generation Camaro appeared at a Neiman’s valet stand, we wouldn’t be shocked if the owner was asked to leave. But times have apparently changed, and the marketing gurus have brought us this, the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro convertible Neiman Marcus Edition, which is a Camaro SS convertible sprayed in a special Deep Bordeaux paint with black “ghosted” rally stripes, a color-matched cloth top, and a unique two-tone leather interior. A set of 21-inch wheels and a matte-silver-finished windshield frame styled after those on the Camaro convertible concept are also included. Additionally, the cars carry a few standard Camaro options like Brembo brakes, Bluetooth, a 245-watt Boston Acoustics sound system, and your choice of a manual or automatic transmission. Once you’ve accepted the fact that a Camaro is the Neiman Marcus exclusive this year, you’re met with the shocking retail price of $75,000 for each of the 100 examples.