btf, is the ship date on yours somewhere around Sept. 05?0305
Ok, so if that's the case, we can still determine to the extent the engine was placed in the vehicle, because the engine's VIN has to match the VIN inside the car.Maybe not....they can change the engine code and use whatever they want on the end.
What I am saying is is that #10 may not be #10. Say everyone orders moonroofs...the plant may not be able to handle 100% moonroofs so they pull ahead #50 after #9 to break up the option mix to reduce downtime at the plant. Now you're not really #10.
Well, if we found out who has 0001, it most likely would be the first, wouldn't it?Yes, true BUT the engine has nothing to do with when the vehicle was built. Please believe me on this. I spent many years in assembly plants as a supervisor. (it sucked incase you wondered.)