Just do your stalking from a big enough distance to be discreet. It could be trouble if the truck driver notices you! :jester :glol2KWK4U said:Can I camp out at the factory, and watch my car get loaded on the truck, then stalk the truck driver until he/she drops it off at the dealership? Is there anything wrong with that? :lurk :crazy :jester
The destination charge is a contract price that GM has to pay to the hauler. Cars must be delivered through dealers according to the laws of many states.solsticegt said:I live about 1-1/2 hours from the factory in DE and would like to save the 500.00 delivery charge. Does anyone know if thats even possible? I want to watch my new solstice being built but I don't think that will happen..
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I do remember that song. Actually it was about him working at the Cadillac factory wasn't it? "Got it one piece at a time, and didn't cost me a dime.." Anyways, somebody with photoshop needs to "build" that car!! :lolachieftain said:Anybody here as ancient as I who remembers the Johnny Cash song about working at Ford and building/driving a 49-50-51-52-53-54-55-etc, etc, car atriot Now THAT's the American way!