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My car was released for transport on Fri to be delivered, and now a portion of the main road connecting Newark to Boston, Interstate 95 has serious shut down. Hoping driver finds alternate route to get my car here today, so I can get paper work out of the way and they can install Tubi and have car ready early in the week. After waiting almost 5 months, weather here getting real nice and I want to start driving.
 

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My car was released for transport on Fri to be delivered, and now a portion of the main road connecting Newark to Boston, Interstate 95 has serious shut down. Hoping driver finds alternate route to get my car here today, so I can get paper work out of the way and they can install Tubi and have car ready early in the week. After waiting almost 5 months, weather here getting real nice and I want to start driving.
That is a bummer. Hopefully by the time you get it I will have some kind of gallery you can post your pictures to.
 

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Well you better hurry up with that gallery. Car came in on Sat. Drove right over their and car was sitting right out front front, Looked great. Tubi being installed Mon. and should be able to pick up car Tues. Was my first time being able to sit in a GT model and all my fears of reading about how tough it was to reach Shift and things about pedals being to close together and bad postioning of dead pedal were found to be false. Everything felt just right inside. a quick review of my car, Azurra Blue, Nero interior with gray piping, gray carpets, Red brakes, GPS, Upgrade Stereo, CD Changer, Heated Seats, Windstop, Alum race pedals, and Skyhook.
 

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Congratulations!

Right On Scott!

I too found the ergonomic concerns to be a non-issue after spending time behind the wheel and I suspect next Tuesday, with the exhaust installed and ready to go, you're going to me a man with an unremovable grin.

Like most of us here, I'm sure you work very hard for things like this. Enjoy it!!
 

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Scott, I have to agree, the car is set up nearly perfectly for me. Since I have shortish legs and longish arms, it fits like a glove. The other ergonomics are no worse (and no better) than my previous MB. All in all, I cannot complain...
 
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