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      09-06-2006, 09:18 PM   #1
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awaiting transport!

hahah hell ya baby im stoked. awaiting transport...now all i need to know is how long till it is at my dealer on average, anyone know??

does this mean i should snag some rims?
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      09-06-2006, 11:37 PM   #2
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When I ordered my 330i last year took 2 weeks on Vessel.
Another 4 days to the Dealer. You should be apprx. 2 weeks away?

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I too am now awaiting transport for my E92 328i. It finished production Monday night--I was hoping it would be on a boat by now. :mad: Anyway--so it looks like it takes about 10-14 days to make it across the ocean, right? I bought my car in Indianapolis, so I am assuming it will arrive in the NJ port. How long does it usually take to show up at the dealer once it has reached the US? Any ideas?
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If you are an East Coast delivery (through NYC) figure about 3-4 weeks from the time you are confirmed on a ship. I'm on the way to the port or there now. But who know's when I will get on a ship. The Elektra sailed minutes ago. The Patriot is the next possibility. But there is no guarantee you will get on the next ship even if you are at the port. From the time you sail figure two weeks to NYC (times range from 12 days and up). Then you have to clear the VPC In Jersey City. That can be another week or two. Then on to the dealer. So the two week sail time is a guarantee. Then it is just getting through the port of entry. Figure AT LEAST one week. If you sailed today on the Elektra you MIGHT have the car in your hands in three weeks, but more likely four. Hope that helps. I missed the boat so I'm feeling the pain.
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