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Old 01-02-2013, 09:36 PM   #1
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2013 track is in the assmbly line

Just went to ford in Sunnyvale today and found out my track pack 5.0 is in the assembly line. Ordered the car in November and its just now being built
How long would it take to be made and delivered??
Can't wait for the car to come already! Lol
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:15 PM   #2
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That's a question for a Ford Rep. However, it takes only 2-3 days to build one. After that, since you're in CA, they'll ship it by rail. You've got to wait long enough for them to fill enough rail cars heading that direction for them to ship it. I had to wait a week to get my car after assembly, but it was being sent by truck. You could be waiting a week to a month.
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Mine arrived 10 days after the build date. If you have your VIN, you can track approximate build date here:How to Track Ford Factory Car Orders
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:37 AM   #4
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Mine arrived 10 days after the build date. If you have your VIN, you can track approximate build date here:How to Track Ford Factory Car Orders
Brother u are the man for showing me that
Thank u very much bro
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Brother u are the man for showing me that
Thank u very much bro
You're quite welcome. You can get an idea of estimated arrival, once you determine the build date. Please post the pics of the car once it arrives, and all your options. Best of luck with the new ride!
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You probably shouldn't look at it, you're going to torment yourself and die when it doesn't arrive anywhere near when it's estimated haha
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