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Probably sitting and waiting for tops and airbags...at this rate people that reserved more than 3 days after reveal probably won't be getting a 2022, especially when they have to redo hardtops AGAIN.
Don't be a negative Nellie. You are ignoring allocations and ones place in line at their dealer.


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43000 produced and 25000 sold YTD? Are that many sitting waiting for the Mic tops or am I missing something. I can't imagine dealers are sitting on 41% of the living broncos
 

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How do you figure? They have built 43,000 in the past six months. You don't think they will build that at the very least, in the next six months. If they build just 50,000 in the next six months (not even 10k a month) for a total of 93,000 they will certainly be through the first two days.
 

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There's around 3K dealerships in the US that get 1 or 2 mannequins. So that's 4,500 right there.
 

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Probably sitting and waiting for tops and airbags...at this rate people that reserved more than 3 days after reveal probably won't be getting a 2022, especially when they have to redo hardtops AGAIN.
No, they are all at the Off-Rodeo.... ;)
 

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That B6g negativity in the morning is a whole other level. More than 10k produced is massive. They’re clearly at full production and haven’t even started their 3rd shift yet. The entire backlog should be cleared by summer.
 

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Bronco November 2021 Sales & Production Highlights
  • Bronco Sales (November): 8,287 vehicles. Sales (YTD): 25,855 vehicles.
    • November sales represent a 12.5% increase over October.
  • Bronco Production (November): 10,504 vehicles. Production (YTD): 43,711 vehicles.
    • November production represents a 37% increase over October.

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Any idea how many First Editions 2door 4door breakdown?
 

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What is going to cause the industry upset? I must be missing something.
New powertrains...new manufacturers. EVs are where PCs were in the mid-1980s...lottsa twists & turns ahead.
 

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Ford sells so many F-series trucks it isn't even funny.

But anyway... November is the best month so far for Bronco production. If Ford can keep up with those numbers they should be able to get through all of the reservations in 2022 (if we ignore the dealer allocation nonsense).

So now just got to hope the supply chains can keep up.
Assuming 11K Broncos/mo. as a rough number that’s 132K in the ’22 CY (not including Dec. ’21). How many orders are there existing/not filled to date?
 

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That B6g negativity in the morning is a whole other level. More than 10k produced is massive. They’re clearly at full production and haven’t even started their 3rd shift yet. The entire backlog should be cleared by summer.
That might be the case if Ford was building strictly “ back logged” Broncos. However, Broncos included in these numbers are Broncos “ just” ordered by non reservation holders and units that have not been ordered but can be built due to availability of parts. Big Bends are falling from the sky as an example of this. . As I have stated before, the day my Bronco arrives, there will be children born on my reservation date that are at least two years old. Unacceptable.
 

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Year to Date production on the Bronco is already at 43,711.

I was thinking that with December being the final month of production and only half a month at that, we'll be getting less than 5,000 built for the month.
That’s my fear as well. I’m scheduled for production the week of 12/22 (and it’s a MY2022 build in EG, at that), and it just seems so likely that they’ll push me to a later date again.
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