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Option 3 ; Buy retail from someone who was willing to wait 4 to 7 months for the government to do the background checks on the buyer. Of course the seller is going to want a premium price for tying his money and dealing with the government paper work , he will also have to keep records of who it was sold to and inform them of the EUC and OFF-ROAD restrictions . But for this premium price you get instant gratification and your new toy without a wait.Al,
That was a really good post-made a lot of sense, but we are not dealing with your average business, its the government. So in a world of unicorns and butterflies your Humvee would be hand delivered and sitting in your yard right now. Does it suck- YES - do they care -NO It doesn't look like things are going to change, so we have two choices----- expect a five to six month wait or don't buy from THE ALL MIGHTY GOVERNMENT PLANET. I agree with you 100%, but it just seems that there is not much we, as mere mortals, can do about it. The system is broke, but it seems that there is not enough bubble gum or duct tape to fix it!
The system is automated and doesn't take into effect the EUC so you won't be charged storage and the IronClad Assurance will be dated from pickup.I checked my account and it said I should have picked up my humvee by yesterday 3/17 and that Iron clad protection had expired and storage charges may apply.
I would go get it today but my EUC status is on "EUC Sent". Also it is from the 3/2/16 sale and theres no release code. So I dont think it's done yet.
I'll get it figured out Al.Thanks for the reply as I have almost given up on any form of resolution..
I can't afford a 20 year old truck for 18,000. dollars that is just the supply and demand for the Hummers as
most civilian trucks are now in the 35,000.dollar range new .. and up further if diesel...
I have sold my Kaiser M-715 that I had for 20 years.. last October to get money to buy the hummer and make up the
difference.. Still it is an expensive hobby as I did all my work, as the truck was 1967 and was not safe to drive
feeling that it was better to get a safer truck was a good choice for me ..
I live in Denver and the mountains are here very close.. I always has a military truck since I was in the service..
It's the pride of being in the group that gives you close bond to all ex-military men and women.. It's as conversation
starter as we are all social creatures..
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