- it is possible that Ford (understanding their train freight dilemma) is using car/truck carriers over the roads for deliveries closer to Dearborn or Kansas City (East Coast, Midwest, etc.) even if this mode of shipping is not as economical. I would find it hard to believe that zero trucks have been delivered to dealers over the past couple of months.
I know this offers no consolation to you or your situation, but just providing a possible explanation as to how @RocknRescue
might be getting his truck sooner than yours.
Hang it there and keep the appropriate pressure applied to your dealerships's GM/owner. I would think you should be able to leverage this into a price reduction or maybe free oil change services for your inconvenience, if your dealer truly wants to keep a happy owner. You can use @RocknRescue
's delivery info to create that leverage if you don't think you have any... Ask the GM how @RocknRescue
is getting his truck before yours when yours was ordered and
built "n" days before yours.