I went from 3000 on 8/30 to 3400 on 9/28, so that was just about one month. I think we have been averaging about 1 month since the plant has settled into production of regular allocation cars. I believe they are still trying to ramp up the production rate, so there is a chance that that time will be shortened some. Also, FYI, we've been averaging about 2 weeks from 3400 to 3800, produced.trux said:Mine has been at 3000 since Sept. 21. Is there a chance that as production steps up, the codes will change faster than 60 days etc. as stated above or are we simply waiting around again. Small Dealer, any idea about production time for 3000 Event Code Orders in September.
And Small Dealer will tell you that when the order was placed has little bearing on when it will be produced.buckeyewilky said:There have been many people on this forum that did not place their order before some of us and they already have their cars. :brentil: :cuss:
If you got a VIN #, that means your car has been produced, and should have reached code 3800 at least. If you go to the Sales, Ordering and Allocation FAQ in the Getting Your Solstice section of the forum, there is a listing of the various codes and what they mean, which helps make it more understandable.drh1965 said:I got my VIN# today. Does this imply that I've passed code 3000 now? I sure wish this stuff was more cut and dried
drh1965 said:Thank you. I read about the event codes but my dealer claims to know nothing about that. He called and gave me the VIN# and I was hoping that correlated with an Event Code. Sounds like it does.
If your dealer isn't familiar with the VOMS system or the event codes, it is possible that he got the VIN # off of the dealer invoice he received, which would be a code of 4150, I think. You might want to call him back and ask if he has the invoice yet. If he has the invoice, you are probably close to being shipped.drh1965 said:Thank you. I read about the event codes but my dealer claims to know nothing about that. He called and gave me the VIN# and I was hoping that correlated with an Event Code. Sounds like it does.