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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
This is the most often asked question on forums..the answer is..... we don't really know -NOR DOES ANYONE ELSE, ON ANY FORUM...but your dealer can help. He can submit your order and follow it on a system they have called the GM workbench. So see the dealer and follow along:

Code Description
1000 Order On Hold at Dealership
1100 Order Placed at Dealership
1101 Order Entered into System
1102 Order Entered via Web
2000 Order Accepted by Chevrolet*****anything before this code means Chevrolet does not know you******
2001 Order Generated to Dealer
2005 Order Replaced with Prospec Order
2030 Order Edited by Chevrolet
2050 Order Changed
2500 Order Preferenced (or "Picked Up" or "Imaged")
3000 Order Accepted by Production Control ***this is where it starts moving*****
3100 Order Available to be Sequenced
3300 Order Scheduled for Production
3400 Order Broadcast (Internal Plant Order Produced)
3800 Vehicle Produced *****this should be 3 -4 weeks after 3000 if they have all the parts (search "constraints")*****
4000 Vehicle Available to Ship
4104 Bailment Invoice Created
4B00 Bayed
4106 Bailment Released
4150 Vehicle Invoiced
4200 Vehicle Shipped
4300 Intermediate Delivery
4V03 Estimated Delivery Date
4800 Rail Ramp Unload
5000 Vehicle at Dealer ****mine was 26 days from 3300*********
6000 Vehicle Delivered to Customer
9000 Order Cancelled
 

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that all depends on if your dealer has a true allocation slot - mine took a week, from me making initial contact with him to 2000 - based on their sales of c6 models, Chevrolet gives out slots for production every month. Many have used up all their 2014 slots. So if you are talking to a dealer the question to ask is "are you just taking my money or you really able to put in an order to the system???"
 

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Maybe my 'Event History" will help you understand timing... although it will probably go much quicker now that GM seems to be improving their system daily...

Stingray Event History.jpg
 

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So...How long does it normally take to get to 2000?
From what I learned from other posts, it will depend on your order number with your dealership followed by order number with GM... accepting them in the order received but also based on the allocation number to your dealership, etc. The more Vettes sold by your dealership, the more allocated, the more GM will produce for that dealership, etc. Hope this helps. I was the first order for my dealership, so getting to 2000 was REALLY QUICK (just a few days).
 

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Thanks much for all your great posts, YllwStgr. I just returned from my dealership. Their first 7 are off the truck. Unfortunately, that's the end of the good news, for me. Armed with a copy of your event history, I visited the inventory manager. He printed out my history and then called Chevy. On the printout, it shows that I am 3300. On the phone, they told him I'm back to 3000!

Do you or does anyone else have a clue about what could be going on? I have the carbon roof on order but, as we've all heard, orders in 3000 series status should not be affected by the current constraint, right?
 

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for perspective here is my date progression - by not ordering constraint options, the progression is about as good as you can get - this is a car with no Z51 or any CF roofs

9/10 - deal sealed via email with Rick
9/11 - GM workbench 1100 order received from Rick
9/17 - code 2000 - order accepted by Chev
9/18 - code 3000 - order accepted by Production
9/26 - code 3300 - order scheduled for production
10/2 - code 3400 - Order Broadcasted for Production (Internal Plant Order Produced)
 
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