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Hi, I have a VIN and a store number and according to SOA the original date was 10/1. I was then told last week that the car left the plant last week on 9/19. My dealer which is in NY, stated that it won't get to the Boston Railhead until 10/8 and then it is another week until it gets to the dealership. Is there anyway to track this on my own?
 

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Hi, I have a VIN and a store number and according to SOA the original date was 10/1. I was then told last week that the car left the plant last week on 9/19. My dealer which is in NY, stated that it won't get to the Boston Railhead until 10/8 and then it is another week until it gets to the dealership. Is there anyway to track this on my own?
I have read the name Cassens Trucking/Transport etc.(?) mentioned by people back east.....I don’t know if they are in New York but it doesn’t hurt to check out their site ....I think you can check by VIN number ....maybe someone will chip in shortly with better info....
 

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I have read the name Cassens Trucking/Transport etc.(?) mentioned by people back east.....I don’t know if they are in New York but it doesn’t hurt to check out their site ....I think you can check by VIN number ....maybe someone will chip in shortly with better info....

Here is the link. But yours is probably going by rail. You can look also on their website for their locations. That will probably answer your question. My VIN appeared on the VIN search about 3 days before it showed on a Draft Delivery Receipt.



https://www.cassens.com/pages/tracking/
 

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Hi, I have a VIN and a store number and according to SOA the original date was 10/1. I was then told last week that the car left the plant last week on 9/19. My dealer which is in NY, stated that it won't get to the Boston Railhead until 10/8 and then it is another week until it gets to the dealership. Is there anyway to track this on my own?
So it takes approximately 3 weeks time to get to the dealer from the factory In Indiana? Could that be considered a generic ship time from the factory to a dealer?
 

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So it takes approximately 3 weeks time to get to the dealer from the factory In Indiana? Could that be considered a generic ship time from the factory to a dealer?
Factory builds 'em, then every one gets sent to the "port" in Boston for final fitment of accessories and stuff. Then they're sent to the dealer. Three weeks has been reported as average.
 

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Our dealer was very proactive in communicating where ours was during it's transit. Actually showed up on the truck earlier than the tracking showed. I also live in NY.. Hang tight, it will come soon enough :)
 

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Hi, I have a VIN and a store number and according to SOA the original date was 10/1. I was then told last week that the car left the plant last week on 9/19. My dealer which is in NY, stated that it won't get to the Boston Railhead until 10/8 and then it is another week until it gets to the dealership. Is there anyway to track this on my own?
Days after it hits Boston, all accessories will be on it and it will be on the way to the dealership. Once it hits Boston, be prepared to pick up your car.

Your accessories installs will be scheduled within a couple days of delivery to Boston.
 

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I thought you meant "race track"

I thought the title meant something different. I was thinking ... "Right On. Sure, you can. Just go to the track and try not to get laughed at." I remember when Toyota built a "Super Sienna" I think it might even have had some Hoosiers on it.
 
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