I kinda agree, but wasn't @Ford Motor Company committed to delivering vehicles by reservation? It really shouldn't matter where they are sold from if orders are being filled by reservation/order number. Here in Hawaii vehicles are marked up $6K at my dealer and they told me they plan to increase that to $7-10K for the Bronco in the near future. They agreed to only mark up my Bronco by $1900 but by the time I get a build date, who knows if they will still honor that agreement. I agree with you, but Ford needs to do better, but I'm not sure they can at this point.I'm certainly not going to promote the dealership model as the best sales model (nor am I implying that Teslas methodology works, because it's farcical and horrendous for the end-user), but there's going to be problems with any dealership, of any size, in any part of the country, in any market, submitting X thousand orders for a single model of vehicle for the same model year.
They could be ordering Flex's and it would take years for Ford to deliver enough units to fulfill the orders.
It's a bit self-serving of the B6g community to think that any single dealership would take delivery of that many units given the orders and volume that Bronco generated in a single model year.