That sounds shady, was your car stolen or did somebody cut in front of you somehow.
Richard notified me last week of the number change, which was noted on the invoice at some unknown time months ago. In felt that I should have been notified right away, but was not told until the car was shipped. All the info on the order is still correct. Even after he told me of the new CSM #, the actual invoice shows an even later number. Nothing that I can do about it but make others aware. Luckily, any of the accessory items that I have been collecting while waiting for the Big Toy, including CS signed models, did not have the original CSM # put on them. At this point, any further explanations/excuses are useless. No post production car should have taken this long. But I will enjoy my new ride. However telling others of the time it took to get it will likely put off other potential buyers of the 2012 and possible future models. It certainly has soured the dealers view of the whole deal. And I have zero tolerance of any further problems with the car, even before receiving it. When I spoke in person with John Lund and Gary Patterson almost exactly a year ago, my enthusiasm for getting the car and assisting in setting up a SAI dealership was, well, over the top. That bubble has burst as my car and the one that the excited new dealer ordered are getting here as the 2012 production starts, leading him to have to sell a new, but year old model.
I just want my Toy so I can drive off into the sunset and take the time to restore my 66 GT350. Two accessories that are ready are a license plate frame stating "My other car is a Shelby GT350 too" and a tag for the supercharger to annoy Nissan: Leaf Blower.