Archive for June, 2010

Fiesta #707 Update 6/25/10

On Thursday morning, my Fiesta arrived in Flat Rock Michigan where it was unloaded from the rail car. Later the same day, it was picked up by a transport to be shipped to Grand Haven Michigan. Right now, my car is somewhere between Flat Rock and her new home! The pedal pads and rear spoiler have both arrived, and so has the wrap for the chrome trim. I am working with 3D Carbon on the body kit, and that should be coming soon. The canvas for my next masterpiece isĀ almost here.

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Fiesta #707 Update 06/21/10

Someplace between Chicago and Flat Rock, is a railcar containing my Fiesta. :) Actually, by this time, the car should be at the intermodal in Flat Rock being unloaded. From there, it will go on a transport and be shipped to the dealership. Wheels and tires are mounted and balanced, so those are ready for next week. No word yet on the spoiler and body kit, so I am not sure if those will be ready for installation when the car arrives. ETA is still set for 06/29.

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Fiesta #707 Update 6/15/10

Fiesta #707 passed thru Laredo Texas over the weekend, and is heading north via train to the mixing station. ETA is set for anytime between 6/28 and 6/30. Modifications will start as soon as the car arrives, and will include a 3D Carbon body kit, Axis Touring Cup wheels, Ford of Europe rear spoiler, Ford alloy pedal pads, and removal of all the chrome bits. Should be a great looking car by July 4th!

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Fiesta #707 Update for 6/09/10

She’s Alive!

According to my reservation agent, my Fiesta has been produced and is ready to be shipped! The next step is to order the Ford Accessories so they are here when the car arrives. Next update will be when the car is released to the rail company for shipping.

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Fiesta Order Update 6/1/2010

2011 Ford Fiesta #707 is scheduled to be built the week of 6/7/2010 and is to arrive at the dealer during the week of 6/28/2010! I will be posting updates next week as the car begins to roll down the assembly line.

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