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moparbrian

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I have seen marti reports where the Order Type is either "retail" "stock" and "fleet". What is the difference ?

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From the Marti Auto website:


Retail – an individual comes to a dealership and orders an as yet unbuilt vehicle
Stock – a dealer orders a vehicle to have available for display at his/her location
Basic – Ford has excess capacity on an assembly line and produces vehicles to keep the plant busy
Fleet – a company that orders five or more vehicles yearly qualifies for price breaks on these vehicles
Special Purpose Vehicle – a vehicle built by Ford for what the name implies
Introductory Show Unit – a vehicle built to demonstrate a new model. Generally this vehicle is shipped to be on display at some large public gathering
A-Plan – vehicles built for current Ford employees and sold at a discounted price
Z-Plan – vehicles built for retired Ford employees and sold at a discounted price
Lease – vehicles leased by Ford to an individual or a company
 
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Thats cool info. I never thought of how my baby was conceived before she was born in Dearborn and my Marti doesn't specify a code that matches. I would imagine a “retail” or “SPV” would put our ponies in a club catching up to the Mopars. Also, is there a “to date” registry of “still breathing” 71-73 (all models) vs built that would show our rarity?

I appreciate learning new info from you.
 
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