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Old 04-29-2009, 06:53 PM   #1
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Hurst short throw shifter option availability?

Does anybody know when they will be producing the car with this option?
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:53 PM   #2
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No one knows for sure at this point.
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It's been announced that it's a dealer option only......for now.
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Old 04-29-2009, 07:11 PM   #4
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What happens if I don't cancel that option? Will the fine folks in Oshawa install it or will my dealer install it?

And can anyone give an educated guess as to what kind of time-frame I'm looking at? I ordered my car on 10/20/2008. I don't plan on deleting the option because I'm not in any hurry to get my car (gives me more time to save, pay off my truck etc.,etc., etc.).

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What happens if I don't cancel that option? Will the fine folks in Oshawa install it or will my dealer install it?

And can anyone give an educated guess as to what kind of time-frame I'm looking at? I ordered my car on 10/20/2008. I don't plan on deleting the option because I'm not in any hurry to get my car (gives me more time to save, pay off my truck etc.,etc., etc.).

For reference: 2SS, LS3, black/black, polished aluminum wheels, Hurst STS.
It will probably be removed from your order automatically if it hasn't already. If you want your car any time in the near-mid future, you should remove it. BTW, Oshawa will definitely not install it. In fact, your order would be rejected before that happened.
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