Brought my Basesquatch home yesterday afternoon!
Ordered 10/18, built 6/19, shipped 7/1, arrived at dealership 7/14. Windshield recall only delayed it a day.
Still have a few minor modifications in the next few days - installing a nudge bar, scripts, and will be getting the beauty rings powder...
If I’m in that situation, I 100% wait to get exactly what I want. Months will fly by and you’ll be glad you didn’t settle. Especially considering the difference between 4 doors and 2. That’s not exactly a minor difference, it’s a completely different vehicle.
I just got the call yesterday that my Bronco is at the dealer for final servicing, detailing, and the windshield recall. So 4 days after arriving at the railyard, and a total of 13 days after my "shipped" notification.
Mine shipped about a week ago (I'm in NC) and it arrived at the railyard in WInston Salem 2 days ago. No movement since, but the only thing I'm awaiting at this point is convoy to the dealer in Raleigh.
Anyone have any updates on their time at the rail yard? Mine just got to the rail yard in Walkertown NC, and from what I understand this is where it’ll be picked up via convoy for final delivery to my dealer in Raleigh. Either way I’m pumped for being on the home stretch.
Just got off of ford chat, who gave me a rail car number with Norfolk Southern. Called the NS automated tracking line and the rail car is in West Virginia. So it sounds like the vehicle is on its way! Told my wife that at this point I don’t really care about when it gets here; I am just happy...
Fully support any frustrations--or opinions, for that matter, from anyone who has been waiting for their vehicle for a while. On the other hand though, I don't exactly think it's sticking it to ford by saying, "Here's my 50K but I won't do business with you after this."
Evidently mine shipped on the first. Anyone care to share how long shipment took? I’m in NC and it’s via rail.
EDIT: Talked to my dealer - they said the status was changed to shipped, but it's still at the plant.
Sounds like your estimated 30 inches of water could’ve easily been deeper than that. I know it sucks, but taking any vehicle through water sort of becomes the owners fault and not the vehicle manufacturer.