That was rude. You don't have any info about the deal/dealer and you made THAT statement. Could of worded it better as a warning to make sure the dealer was legit! but to say he will never get the car is very heavy handed.
Correct. These are all different packages. See how Ford separated the two (Heritage) with and w/o stripes. They would of done this with the CFTP Heritage edition if it was available. This isn't a rumor as they clearly didn't add it so its not available. I ordered a 2022 and I asked and was...
If you leave your car in a non lighted abdoned alley w/o then I would worry. Yes keys nuts can be removed. In most circumstances someone hamming on sockets or special tools will be very noticeable and if you have 4-8 then that takes a lot of time and noise, which criminals don't like.
Assuming the lug nuts are the same for the base and the CFTP. I got these and intend to use them when my CFTP arrives. These fit on my 2020 base.
Lets be realistic here. How many rims do you think have been damaged off track? of all the cars(GT350 incuded) have actually damaged the rims beside user error(Curbing etc). In this case it was an error via closeness to a curb. I get the issues with deep potholes but the fear in this post...
BMW has these issues
GM does such a great job with the Corvette that this would never happen.
Your argument doesn't hold water and also your bias is clearly on display. I haven't determined if it's against the GT500, Ford or a combination but I don't really care...