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Mine sat on the railcar for a day or two in Chicago. I would think they want to get it off as quickly as possible so as to not pay for the railcar any more. If you know the transport company shoot them an email and they may be able to give you some info. I did this when my car was in Chicago awaiting transport and was pretty surprised when they got back to me within an hour to tell me when my car would be at the dealer. You never know. Good luck whatever happens. It will be there soon.
your journey was a walk in the park compared to mine (couple days at the railyard...lol...that's such a small piece of the overall puzzle)...and, yet, I know that mine pales in comparison to some of the other stories I'm following. It's been a mess for early builds...especially R's...but we all know that we'll be totally stoked and forget about all this once we have our cars.
One upside: I took the Boss out tonight for a spirited drive, as I often do if I work from home all day, and if you need a better car...well...first world problems. Having been in / driven the GT350R twice now, I know it's a great ride....but if I had to do with 'just' my boss, I'd still be a happy man/child.
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