The word is that the rumor is NOT true, they may shut down for a week in August, but they plan on running the rest of the year. They also plan on delivering all the 2021 GT500's that were promised. :clap:
The dealer does not get paid to install the handling package, splitter wickers, air/oil separator and gurney flap, but the front splitter is part of the base car and the dealer is required to install it as part of the PDI.
2020 GT500 Splitter Installation Instructions.pdf
Make sure you have that entered into OASIS at your dealer. It needs to be reported to Ford. When they are left in they can cause damage to the shocks.
They may have been using an early 2020 PDR that only mentioned the 350R.
2020 Mustang Pre-Delivery Service Record.pdf
Anyone that thinks that any manufacturer has total control of production is pretty naive, they are all at the mercy of there suppliers. Nobody produces anything without having to depend on someone else for supplies. So don't blame Ford or any other automaker for what has happened the last 2...
It will never happen. GM and FCA are in the business of selling as many cars as they can produce. When it comes to Shelby's or specialty vehicles, Ford limits production.
Example: GM Produced 20,368 2020 C8 Corvettes, they had orders for 40,000 units before production began. But they ended...