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I wonder how much colors play a factor. I have blue/white but I also did order later on 11/29.

Anyways, with the uptick in VIN posts here hopefully that January date gets bumped into the month. Fingers crossed.
If it helps, mine is a Blue with white interior also and I just got my VIN this morning. There is definitely still hope, it will happen
 
M3P white with black leather for us.
Order Date 11/26
VIN 12/7
Est arrival at delivery center in STL 12/11
Delivery scheduled 12/14

I'm a little disappointed at the lack of flexibility on delivery date given the distance some have to travel to take delivery (for us in Little Rock, AR, the only options are St Louis or Kansas City), but not going to risk getting shuffled to the bottom of the deck and ending up in Jan or later.
 
One way to look at it but with mine still saying Jan 3 - Jan 31 and the website showing it now I’m just going to plan for next month at this point. Easier mentally lol
Yeee but one of the members here had an even more delayed order than your EDD and they just got VIN before most of us on here today! So it’s possible you’ll get it early too
 
Also, no rate change on day 31 everyone. Not sure if this means I’m locked for 60 or just locked in for another 30 days. The rules are so weird I just want to take delivery 😭 I’m just hoping now that the whole delivery falls in the middle of your EDD thing is true, or that the average order to VIN of 38 days holds true, 35 days as of today🙏🏾
 
Just my 2 cents. Living in So Cal. I see full trucks loaded with Teslas driving down the freeway about once a month. I also see 3-4 Teslas driving on the freeway each day of my 15min commute to work. I hear that’s a lot compared to other places. So I’m guessing that some places are hard to fill a whole truck full and those ones won’t get shipments as frequent as us. I’m guessing it would be cheaper to fill those trucks with all models to one location. Rather than making multiple stops. Truck drivers would want the same and right now they call the shots.
 
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Just my 2 cents. Living in So Cal. I see full trucks loaded with Teslas driving down the freeway about once a month. I also see 3-4 Teslas driving on the freeway each day of my 15min commute to work. I hear that’s a lot compared to other places. So I’m guessing that some places are hard to fill a whole truck full and those ones won’t get shipments as frequent as us. I’m guessing it would be cheaper to fill those trucks with all models to one location. Rather than making multiple stops. Truck drivers would want the same and right now they call the shots.
Eh in terms of the transportation aspect it’s cheaper but not much cheaper and truck drivers don’t care too much on making extra stops if the pay reflects that. Obviously going to like Las Vegas and then Seattle doesn’t make sense but a truck that goes to Portland and then Seattle isn’t going to be that much more expensive than just Seattle for Tesla.
 
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First night on this forum and immediately addicted. Think I've got most of the lingo down..

M3P: MSM / BLK / FSD
OD: 11/12
EDD: 12/13 - 12/31
Received text (pictured) on 12/7 welcoming to Tesla family in next 10-14 days.
EDD remains unchanged.
No VIN.
 

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