Ford Bronco Scheduled For Production Emails Arriving April 15

LuckyGirl

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Hmm lemme check my emails I have 90 or so waiting on me. Since I’m a July 30th reservation my hopes are pretty low that I’ll be a MY21, but who knows.

Edit: I got nothing...
I was also a July 30th reservation holder, and received my email a few days ago that my Bronco Big Bend is scheduled for June 7th production. (I did not get the Sasquatch pkg.)
 

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I was also a July 30th reservation holder, and received my email a few days ago that my Bronco Big Bend is scheduled for June 7th production. (I did not get the Sasquatch pkg.)
Great! post that info in the” Got a build date Register it here Updated daily” thread by @DRWright. There are 3 June 7th BB Broncos listed already. Big Bend Broncos ( and Outer Banks) make up the most early build dates, so far.
 
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I was also a July 30th reservation holder, and received my email a few days ago that my Bronco Big Bend is scheduled for June 7th production. (I did not get the Sasquatch pkg.)
I should also add that I ordered the soft top. The only thing I upgraded was to the 2.7L engine. I tried not build it with anything that would push me into MY2022.
 

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I was also a July 30th reservation holder, and received my email a few days ago that my Bronco Big Bend is scheduled for June 7th production. (I did not get the Sasquatch pkg.)
Dang the only thing I have is the hard top. Going Badlands, 4-door, high package 2.3l, manual transmission, no squatch. Hmmmmm

glad you got yours.
 

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Think this will affect anyone's orders? :(

Quite obviously yes. It is effecting all segments of the auto industry and pretty much any industry with electronics. The supply chain issues as spoken to, will not go away over night. More people will be pushed to 22 and 23 MY production. Hopefully more people get their vehicles sooner, but everyone needs to be prepared to wait. We don’t have to like it, but it is a reality. We all have to decide whether we are gonna do that or not. No bueno. I for one am gonna wait. I will be here obsessing like the rest. I learned a long time ago from my dad to focus on the things that I can do something about. And if I can’t, why am I worrying about it. So I choose to wait.
 

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Quite obviously yes. It is effecting all segments of the auto industry and pretty much any industry with electronics. The supply chain issues as spoken to, will not go away over night. More people will be pushed to 22 and 23 MY production. Hopefully more people get their vehicles sooner, but everyone needs to be prepared to wait. We don’t have to like it, but it is a reality. We all have to decide whether we are gonna do that or not. No bueno. I for one am gonna wait. I will be here obsessing like the rest. I learned a long time ago from my dad to focus on the things that I can do something about. And if I can’t, why am I worrying about it. So I choose to wait.
I guess I was really asking if anyone thinks it will affect orders that already have a build date. Talk about a gut punch.
 

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I guess I was really asking if anyone thinks it will affect orders that already have a build date. Talk about a gut punch.
I think the ones that have build dates should be fine. They supposedly have the parts procured for those. It will probably reduce the numbers, overall, that they can do based on parts availability. That’s why they are jumping all over the place on the list. They will search for as many as they can build with the available parts, each week. It’s not like they have these parts laying around at a warehouse. They procure parts as they go. Unfortunately, just the nature of the beast. It sucks
 

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well, the more I read about bronco news, the more than likely, most here will not be getting anything till next year. Only 1/3 of reservations will be built this summer. Full production wont be reached till Aug 2nd. "Tag relief acceleration begins on August 30th, according to the tipster, who also mentions full tag relief production on September 20th. “I’m hearing that we’ll start at 350 units per shift - both Bronco and Ranger - then ramp up to approximately 600 units per shift by August/September,” .
2021 Ford Bronco Full Production Confirmed to Start on August 2nd - autoevolution

Oh course, IF i do get my email, you'll be the 3rd to know :cool: