Membrain

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Tonight's 5/6 update as of 2200 CST -
Checking for a new WindowSticker or BuildSheet:

0 VIN(s) received new BuildSheet(s):

2 VIN(s) received new WindowSticker(s):
699697
699701

...and something different today (pretty sure these weren't just newly added to the list today, as they were both on my list without anything yesterday) -
2 VIN(s) received both
710965
728868
Tonight's 5/7 update as of 2350 CST -
Checking for a new WindowSticker or BuildSheet:

3 VIN(s) received new BuildSheet(s):
700090
710834
728867

6 VIN(s) received new WindowSticker(s):
677987
699681
699816
700012
700098
710718
 

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Tonight's 5/7 update as of 2350 CST -
Checking for a new WindowSticker or BuildSheet:

3 VIN(s) received new BuildSheet(s):
700090
710834
728867

6 VIN(s) received new WindowSticker(s):
677987
699681
699816
700012
700098
710718

wish mine was among them, but no.
 

S3ndMe392

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Tonight's 5/7 update as of 2350 CST -
Checking for a new WindowSticker or BuildSheet:

3 VIN(s) received new BuildSheet(s):
700090
710834
728867

6 VIN(s) received new WindowSticker(s):
677987
699681
699816
700012
700098
710718
Higher VIN then mine got a buildsheet, not sure if I should be excited or concerned, lol. Thanks for the updates.
 

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Higher VIN then mine got a buildsheet, not sure if I should be excited or concerned, lol. Thanks for the updates.
Yup, that's why I'm tracking for trends - there are still BuildSheet data voids on at least 21 VINs earlier than your 724793 VIN (assuming this is your VIN)

Generally, not seeing any logic to those VINs showing any update - they continue to bounce around.

I ordered mine on 11/23/2020, receive a VIN in mid-April 2021, and also still seeing completions on VINs listed after mine.
 

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Yup, that's why I'm tracking for trends - there are still BuildSheet data voids on at least 21 VINs earlier than your 724793 VIN (assuming this is your VIN)

Generally, not seeing any logic to those VINs showing any update - they continue to bounce around.

I ordered mine on 11/23/2020, receive a VIN in mid-April 2021, and also still seeing completions on VINs listed after mine.
Yep, that one's mine. Don't get the process at all. You would think that they'd be able to give you a schedule, understanding that things do get delayed.. Haven't waited as long as some of you guys, but honestly don't know what I'd do with myself if I did.
 

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Yup, that's why I'm tracking for trends - there are still BuildSheet data voids on at least 21 VINs earlier than your 724793 VIN (assuming this is your VIN)

Generally, not seeing any logic to those VINs showing any update - they continue to bounce around.

I ordered mine on 11/23/2020, receive a VIN in mid-April 2021, and also still seeing completions on VINs listed after mine.
Yup, that's why I'm tracking for trends - there are still BuildSheet data voids on at least 21 VINs earlier than your 724793 VIN (assuming this is your VIN)

Generally, not seeing any logic to those VINs showing any update - they continue to bounce around.

I ordered mine on 11/23/2020, receive a VIN in mid-April 2021, and also still seeing completions on VINs listed after mine.
It hasn’t made any sense the way there building them my order was the same date as yours 11-23-20 there was very little progress until about 30 days ago it Went to D1, the dealer email me this morning that it shipped last night with ETA to Las Vegas of 5-20. Don’t give up it will happen.
 

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VIN 699843 update: Yesterday my sales guy told me I am JB (body shop) so I am progressing. He calls me and says: “my manager and I know why your build is taking so long. It’s because of the half doors.“ I kind of already figured that when I first placed my order in November that I’d have to wait more because of that. Fingers crossed that not much more waiting. I’m supposed to have 5-10-21 ship date (Monday) but still don’t have Crypto sticker. Received a build sheet earlier this week.
 

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VIN 699843 update: Yesterday my sales guy told me I am JB (body shop) so I am progressing. He calls me and says: “my manager and I know why your build is taking so long. It’s because of the half doors.“ I kind of already figured that when I first placed my order in November that I’d have to wait more because of that. Fingers crossed that not much more waiting. I’m supposed to have 5-10-21 ship date (Monday) but still don’t have Crypto sticker. Received a build sheet earlier this week.
Well mine doesn't have the half doors and I'm still D1, ordered 11/21/20. 699852. 9 above yours.
 

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I’ve read that they may be grouping them by destination, more than by VIN. Which makes sense from a logistics standpoint. If you’re managing the storage and rail yard organizing, you don’t want multiple vehicles that would have been headed to the same area, (more efficiently I mean, as in one trip to deliver them all versus multiple) to then be separated and stuck behind rows of vehicles that were organized simply by VIN #’s.

Which makes sense to me, as it seems like not doing that would make for an even bigger logistical and storage nightmare, because imagine if you then also tossed unexpected parts shortages and availability issues into the mix...

Well, at least in my op, you can start to see why the timing of builds, regardless of vins is all over the place.

@Membrain That’s just a theory based on other’s comments that I have read, has there been any evidence to bare that out? (The grouped by destinations part?)
 

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I’ve read that they may be grouping them by destination, more than by VIN. Which makes sense from a logistics standpoint. If you’re managing the storage and rail yard organizing, you don’t want multiple vehicles that would have been headed to the same area, (more efficiently I mean, as in one trip to deliver them all versus multiple) to then be separated and stuck behind rows of vehicles that were organized simply by VIN #’s.

Which makes sense to me, as it seems like not doing that would make for an even bigger logistical and storage nightmare, because imagine if you then also tossed unexpected parts shortages and availability issues into the mix...

Well, at least in my op, you can start to see why the timing of builds, regardless of vins is all over the place.

@Membrain That’s just a theory based on other’s comments that I have read, has there been any evidence to bare that out? (The grouped by destinations part?)
Interesting idea, but would totally make sense from a supply chain mgmt standpoint.

we need VINs and locations. 😉736065, NC ... but apparently one of the “80”
 

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I’ve read that they may be grouping them by destination, more than by VIN. Which makes sense from a logistics standpoint. If you’re managing the storage and rail yard organizing, you don’t want multiple vehicles that would have been headed to the same area, (more efficiently I mean, as in one trip to deliver them all versus multiple) to then be separated and stuck behind rows of vehicles that were organized simply by VIN #’s.

Which makes sense to me, as it seems like not doing that would make for an even bigger logistical and storage nightmare, because imagine if you then also tossed unexpected parts shortages and availability issues into the mix...

Well, at least in my op, you can start to see why the timing of builds, regardless of vins is all over the place.

@Membrain That’s just a theory based on other’s comments that I have read, has there been any evidence to bare that out? (The grouped by destinations part?)
I would agree with that but my dealer has 4 orders from the release date. 1 has been delivered and two are on the way. Mine is still waiting at D1.
 

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