IIRC, yes. All the talk of delays into January for ordering seems to me just to be par for the course when we're talking about a massive product launch like this. They have soooo much they want to get right, and they're doing it in the middle of an international economic $h!tstorm where materials and products from a single major overseas industrial player are still getting sorted out.Agreed, wasn't one of the employees from the hardtop suppliers on here saying that the factory for the tops wasn't going to be done until December anyways?
Agreed. The most meaningful part of the B&P (to me) is confirmation and photos of interior color combos, and what other tidbits could be color changed and accessorized.Me too. I want the BP just so I can look at what the interiors look like and what the options are for colors. I know what the outside looks like and i’m not not getting Sasquatch so that’s all I care about. Plus yeah, cost.
Yes, that's a pretty good assumption. He's no lackey, but he definitely has to stay on point. When you're as public-facing as he is, you have everything to lose if the corporate bosses get irked. They're not gonna get irked by angry mob of pitchforks and torches in this forum, however. They're gonna get irked by an angry mob of stockholders who lose money when their big product release flops. Then Mike's head will be on a pike on the Dearborn castle wall."Product Communications Manager"... from the title I would assume he manages Ford's official communication to the public on all things Ford Bronco.
Make Broncos Great Again!!
Oh I'm sorry... to both you and Ford's Rock Star B&P Team
Why don't all of you take the day off... no wait take the week off. Give me the code and I'll have that shit up by 7 pm CST TODAY!!
And since I didn't say it in my 1st post, I can say it now. Ford's B&P team.... Useless