There is no way to know for sure where this damage occurred, but make sure you look yours over before you sign for it.
Of course everything is possible, however, first, when your car goes down the line, there is a sticker on it indicating Museum Delivery! While GM will deny it gets special attention, I still believe that it does during the assembly process. Then, you have the very best PDI staff in the country going over it with a fine tooth comb days before you get there. The following is a post that I did months ago about a circumstance that occurred years ago, yet still remains valid today, for David Smith remains the pre-eminent PDI Supervisor at the Museum. He is the nicest, most exacting person I know. Here's my earlier post:What recourse would one have in a museum delivery situation in the car had some defects and was not acceptable?The vehicle is already paid for and mso and paperwork filled out.
While I agree the reality is many dealers do more damage to cars during the PDI process than most people realize.There should not be any difference how or where you receive your car. You pay for a "New" vehicle, it should look like one.
Last I heard he had taken it to a detailer, but given the damage the dealer was involved as well. I'll see what I can find out.How was the car fixed? Just waxed?
As I don't believe the factory would treat a NCM delivery car any differently then one shipped to a dealer what is different is I believe the NCM prep folks take a lot more pride in delivering a perfect car. They know you paid extra for a NCM delivery and are excited in picking up your new C7. So I would also believe that in the time they are prepping your C7 "if" they truly saw paint issues I would believe they would bring it up with the factory and hopefully get it resolved before taking your C7 home.What recourse would one have in a museum delivery situation in the car had some defects and was not acceptable?The vehicle is already paid for and mso and paperwork filled out.