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Well a light blue roadster purred its way past my drive this morning, sure it had a matt black rear light plinth.

chipp

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Very positive news once again! I can't wait to see the production model.

And am I correct the factory will be closed now for the yearly holidays, or do they stay open this year?

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It looks the mutts in black! Yes please!

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Have look at the seats, aren't those the ones from the "premium pack", which you can not order (yet) (in Belgium)?

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Having been out to Snetterton last night I'm once again in need of this car. Can't wait to see a few of these out on the track.

Trevor.

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Closed for 2 weeks.

Really two weeks! I don't really understand this... They need to produce/sell cars (especially if there's a backlog) and the ownership decides to close the factory for two weeks. It's almost like they are not willing to create a positive momentum for the crew at Hethel...

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Really two weeks! I don't really understand this... They need to produce/sell cars (especially if there's a backlog) and the ownership decides to close the factory for two weeks. It's almost like they are not willing to create a positive momentum for the crew at Hethel...

??? Think this was in July/August ..... Please see http://www.4lot.us/f9r3

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Really two weeks! I don't really understand this... They need to produce/sell cars (especially if there's a backlog) and the ownership decides to close the factory for two weeks. It's almost like they are not willing to create a positive momentum for the crew at Hethel...

Saying the factory is closed for 2 weeks is not quite what it seems. Production stops for 2 weeks but planned maintenance, repairs & upgrades to the production line happen during this time. Not much comfort if you are waiting for a car to be built but it makes sense.

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