Some solid business practices might be good
I read this forum and never cease to be amazed at what I find.
I ordered a cyber gray on the first day it could be ordered, and got the, "it's delayed" message. Tried the white and told,"no go at all". Is this 2009 ?
Has it occured to anyone who is knocking the Mustang that they are actually driving their cars, can go to a dealer and get one ? Put a blower on it and get the 400 plus horsepower if wanted ? Their aftermarket is strong and Ford, Shelby, and Roush will fit it for a price.
We are continuing to bicker over a car for that for all practical purposes doesn't exist yet. We see a start date, pictures of cars on carriers, magazines with test drives, but in the real world no 2010 Camaro has out done any Mustang-yet.
Here we sit, behind a computer not a steering wheel and spew all our rhetoric about a car 95% of us have no first hand experience with.
Yes it's fun to speculate but so far that's all we've got.
This isn't about whether Mustang is better, it's about poor marketing, management, giving the public what it wants in a timely manner, and just plain good business.
Compared to it's past history, GM today is poorly managed and the results are evident.
Now we've got people selling 2010 Camaros on EBAY that don't yet exist, reports of dealers doing 10,000 mark ups on cars that don't exist, and the hype goes on.
If the reports of a certain color of paint has to be used up before another can be started are true, then the problems have only begun.
I want a Camaro as much as the next guy but when I see a Mustang on every corner and zero Camaros, who seems to be winning ?
Ordered Cyber gray/gray 1SS with automatic and black stripes.
Last edited by larietrope; 04-02-2009 at 07:37 AM.