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Not sure if this deserves its own thread (EDIT: according to admin it did :ROFLMAO:) but one of the admins of the Bronco 2021 FB group just posted this. It appears he is a dealer since he has posted some of the emails from “B ronco” like Chrispy. The implications of baby bronco being available to order on 7/1 are intriguing to say the least...

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April delivery sucks. And that's before delays.
From what I understand “Job 1” being December 7th meant customer deliveries would begin January or February. So while it does suck, it’s not really out of line.

More time to keep saving up! I may honestly pre order now, should have my down payment within a year.
 

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Cool, next summer I'll be enjoying the new ride. Just in time for top-off season.

I'm about to order a new mountain bike and have to wait four months, so I can do it for the Bronco!
LOL I have a new Kayak on my list for next Spring, to put on top of the Bronco I want ;)
 
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Cool, next summer I'll be enjoying the new ride. Just in time for top-off season.

I'm about to order a new mountain bike and have to wait four months, so I can do it for the Bronco!
Living in Phoenix it would be nice if they would just use mine as the demo model at Barrett Jackson in February. I’d let it be a demo model for a weekend for 50% off, as long as I can collect it as soon as barret jackson is done.

Think of the shipping costs they’d save!!!
 

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If I sit back and think about how a good number of us have been waiting since the '04 concept for the Bronco to return.... 16 years ago that was... oh how time flies.

Yet, every time we see a new post.... like the reveal (in 3 weeks), orders in December, delivery in April '21... each one of those pale in comparison to how long we've already waited, yet they also seem like an eternity away.
 

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If you can't wait for July 9th, just think about how hard it will be to wait until APRIL....

2021.
 
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If I sit back and think about how a good number of us have been waiting since the '04 concept for the Bronco to return.... 16 years ago that was... oh how time flies.

Yet, every time we see a new post.... like the reveal (in 3 weeks), orders in December, delivery in April '21... each one of those pale in comparison to how long we've already waited, yet they also seem like an eternity away.
I remember reading about the 04 prototype when it debuted. There was an article on MSN in the computer lab that I saw in 3rd or 4th grade. Wanted one ever since.
 
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I know Ford cannot prevent COVID, bit the delays seem massively out of whack and have been a problem since before COVID was an issue. They were days from reveal when things were shutdown (meaning the reveal was essentially ready to go) now the reveal has taken several weeks since factory restart to implement and the ability to buy is nearly another year away (atleast until this winter when Ford announces another delay) I've been incredibly excited for years about this and have held out buying a newer vehicle to wait for this, but the disappointment in Fords ability to make this happen almost makes me want to buy from FCA...almost. This product will almost certainly flop and Ford deserves it. Also i'm heartbroken by the mention of April 2021 and I'll probably continue to wait...begrudgingly
 

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I know Ford cannot prevent COVID, bit the delays seem massively out of whack and have been a problem since before COVID was an issue. They were days from reveal when things were shutdown (meaning the reveal was essentially ready to go) now the reveal has taken several weeks since factory restart to implement and the ability to buy is nearly another year away (atleast until this winter when Ford announces another delay) I've been incredibly excited for years about this and have held out buying a newer vehicle to wait for this, but the disappointment in Fords ability to make this happen almost makes me want to buy from FCA...almost. This product will almost certainly flop and Ford deserves it. Also i'm heartbroken by the mention of April 2021 and I'll probably continue to wait...begrudgingly
Don't buy from FCA. If you have to, buy a used Raptor while you wait.
 

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So I wonder how many Broncos from Job 1 are destined for dealer stock before special orders are built? I know in the past , they have built up the stock first before taking special orders. A dealer can change an incoming stock unit to a point , at least.
 

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I know Ford cannot prevent COVID, bit the delays seem massively out of whack and have been a problem since before COVID was an issue. They were days from reveal when things were shutdown (meaning the reveal was essentially ready to go) now the reveal has taken several weeks since factory restart to implement and the ability to buy is nearly another year away (atleast until this winter when Ford announces another delay) I've been incredibly excited for years about this and have held out buying a newer vehicle to wait for this, but the disappointment in Fords ability to make this happen almost makes me want to buy from FCA...almost. This product will almost certainly flop and Ford deserves it. Also i'm heartbroken by the mention of April 2021 and I'll probably continue to wait...begrudgingly
Lol, your name says it all.

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