The WorkBench program is the only way a dealer can order a new car, so every dealer, without exception has someone (often two or more) people trained to enter new orders into the WorkBench program.I asked my dealer about the 'Order Workbench,' and they had no idea what I was talking about.
I like this Chevy site: Chevy Order Tracking | Track Your Order | ChevroletHow do I find my event status code?
time to have a sit down with the sales manager - not the salesman...As of this past Thursday, 1100.
If you want a museum delivery and you are still at 1100, get your money back and go with Mac Mulkin.It would be nice to pick it up, (museum delivery) before it snows in Kentucky.
Very exciting Taber10! Post some photos http://www.stingrayforums.com/forum/introductions-site-help/3046-how-post-pictures-your-stingray-our-forum.html either in the respective body colored thread or owners thread when you get a chance.Picked mine up yesterday, at my dealer, Lou Sohb's Milton (FL) Chevrolet. Arrived on a truck approx. eight o'clock AM, and I drove off at approximately 2:30 PM. Really looks great.