Hot Damn!!! Somethng else to keep us glued to our computers. Mr CMNTMXR will have ;more to hoot at us for.
I'm waiting for some of you to hijack the friggin things.hada64 said:Hot Damn!!! Somethng else to keep us glued to our computers. Mr CMNTMXR will have ;more to hoot at us for.
The dealer information center number is: 888-414-6322chotton said:Here's how you track the car once it hits the rails. I did this with my Firehawk. You have your dealer call the dealer information center and ask what the rail car number and rail system your GTO is on. This information is easy for them to look up with the order number. Then you go to that rail companies website and track the rail car.
You get the rail car number yourself if you want. I will try and get the dealer information center number and post it in the next couple of days. Here are the steps to do it on your own.
1) Go to your dealer and find out their dealer number. This is listed at the bottom of the monroney (sp) of any vehicle on their lot. I believe it's next to the order number and dealer address. Make sure the dealer name and address on the Monroney matches your dealer, incase the vehicle you look at was a dealer trade car.
2) Call the dealer information center and pretend that you are your salesman. Give them your salesman�s name and dealer code.
3) Tell them you need the Rail Company and rail car number for order number XYZ
They should give it to you with no problem. Then go to the rail companies website and there you have it.
When I was waiting for my Firehawk, the car sat in the rail/distribution center lot for two weeks. The web said "arrived destination awaiting unload approval" The morning it came up and said empty I called my dealer and he had it shipped over that day.
So having this information can add to the self-torture.