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ragingfish said:
Dealer called me today. Wasn't supposed to get my car until Saturday morning, but they pushed me up so I can get it tomorrow afternoon. CAN'T WAIT!!! My dad already saw it, he stopped by the dealer to sign some papers for it (he's cosigning), said it was GORGEOUS! Only sucky thing is the odo already has 114 miles on it. :( They had to drive it 90 miles up from a dealer in south Jersey. Was the ONLY electric blue coupe with all the features I wanted in the entire tri state area.

Pictures TOMORROW! :)
welcome to the 'family'.....sorry the pics we got were not the ones you expected to take..........hang in there!!!!
 

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Update on the repairs:

The panel finally arrived last Thursday. They had originally told me prior to that it would be only a few days for completion once the panel came in. Well. We called for an update on Tuesday. They don't think they can finish before christmas. Not sure why, but part of it has to do with the fact they started 2 other cars when the got sick of waiting for GM to get me a part. So now they have 3 going simultaneously. By the time I get the car back, I'll be looking at almost 2 months.

This is unreal.
i understand what you AND your shop are going through. HOWEVER, since you have been waiting for MONTHS now, i would think that if they had any sense at all, your car would become a PRIORITY to be finished as soon as possible, AHEAD of any of those other vehicles. is your car at the dealership body shop? if so, maybe its time you spoke to the General Manager. just let him/her know that you fullly understand that GM took their sweet time to get them the part, but that you have been very patient and shouldn't have to wait for their shop to finish the other cars before you get yours back. hey, its only fair!!!!

good luck!
 
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