ASC Releases Preview of Detroit Concepts

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Specialty car and coachwork supplier American Specialty Cars (ASC) — builder of the convertible Chrysler 300C "Helios" — will bring two open-top concepts to warm and sunny downtown Detroit next week for the NAIAS show. The Cosmos is a Hummer H3 equipped with a new fabric-top system that can open the truck's entire cabin to the elements, or cover the passenger or cargo areas exclusively; the second, yet to be announced, will sport a panoramic sunroof that employs panels made from Lexan, which is some kind of mutant plastic. No word on production of the "Sunvertibles," but ASC will likely offer them as part of an aftermarket conversion package sometime in the near future.

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