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- Mar 26, 2020
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Just a curious it’s factor. If we paid a deposit in 2019 to reserve a vehicle at a certain price. We have been exceptionally patient for the past 4 years. I would think that they should be obligated to come within 10% of the original promoted price. Anyone purchasing one that did not pay the deposit would pay whatever they choose to sell it for. It’s an awesome way to finance the facilities needed by collecting 250,000 deposits of $150 a mere 37,500,000 interest free loan for 4 years time. Collectively we have been an invaluable asset and therefore should be locked into the 2019 pricing?