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Thanks for the response(s)! (archive)

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Posted by Renato G. on April 14, 1999 at 06:53:02:

In Reply to: Re: Question(s)! posted by Jon Shafer on April 13, 1999 at 15:50:25:

: : Heres a stupid question but is there a way that a person may be able to track their car being built?

: : I know the dealers have access to a computer database that is updated as the car is being built, shipped, etc., but can we get to that via the web?

: : ????!?!??!?!?!

: : Also when is production week 14? I was told my car is scheduled for production on the 14th week, I think its sometime in April isn't it? Generally it takes 30 days from the time the car begins being produced, right????

: : Renato - unfortunately, there is no way (at least until your car is built) for anyone other than your dealer, or someone who has access to your "production number" to perform a "vehicle inquiry" on your car... (Week 14) follows the production schedule of the 52-week calendar (April). Actual delivery E.T.A. is a function of a number of variables (e.g. how long it stays in the "produced but not shipped" stage). Once it's
: actually "on the water" you'll be able to estimate a delivery date with some degree of reliability. -Jon

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