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Old 01-03-2013, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Crmgr View Post
I would never have a car delivered to me. Call me different, but for me part of the experience is arriving and seeing it for the first time in the dealer's delivery area. Still get a charge out of it. I also don't want to take the chance of paint or windshield damage if it driven to my home.
For those of us buying from an out-of-state dealer, generally it makes sense to have the vehicle shipped (not driven). And when the vehicle has to be shipped, it might as well be shipped to a nearby detailer for prep and application of whatevers (e.g. Opticoat).

I've told my out-of-state dealer to do the minimum (hook it up to the computer to check stuff, check for damager, etc), and then stick it on the shipping truck with wrapping and all still on it headed for the detailer where the work will be done. I'll pick it up myself from the detailer when they are done with it. I'll pretend the detailer's shop is a showroom

To me, this makes sense.

-Corey
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