Just as a personal opinion, 3 years is a long time to expect any kind of consistency in a global marketplace. A million different things can happen, but I've always been skeptical of the ability of a variety of performance cars to be sold outside the U.S due to an endless number of regulatory (and other) issues. Porsche and Ford got screwed with emissions timelines and had to blast out EU cars to meet a hard end date last year. I do believe that is supposed to happen again at some point. AMG One is behind schedule due to emissions delay. Valkyrie needs 36 spark plugs to meet emissions. Going the other direction, multiple major cars coming to the U.S can only be imported as show and display. China is...China.
I'm not saying it's not over, I'm just sayin a lot can change, and if there's one thing I can guarantee it's that one way or another, there will be attrition on the existing customer list before production is complete.
I’ve had an enjoyable afternoon receiving texts and calls from happy people. So glad that a chunk of our Forum members are making the cut. I can tell you that, in the words of Tom Petty, the waiting is the hardest part, but it’s worth it!
Feeling very blessed today. What a lifelong journey that words cannot describe how lucky and thankful I am to be included with the chance to share Fords muscle on the streets in years to come. Thank you to all the members and friends I've made along the way.