That chart is not c8 sales, brother. And nobody stops buying from a manufacturer because of what they did to their one top model. I have a different idea about that chart and also Ford. And my idea is not a restructuring for different car sales. I much rather am thinking we are at the forefront of the next great economic downturn and these big manufacturers are seeing it coming and doing what they can while they can. I hope I am wrong.
I know you don't really believe that a stock market could tank on the way an engine sounds. I know even you don't really believe that. The fluctuations have been the result of GM shuttering factories. This has absolutely nothing to do with Corvette. And GM just got done pouring $750M into their one plant that only churns out Corvette. You don't just walk away from that investment. They are invested wayyyyy to deep to not release this car at this point.
And Corvette sales have always spiked upon the release of a new body. And the C8.R is not the C8 and the C8 is to be release with the current Corvette's LT 6.2L engine.
I stopped looking at the stocks.
I'll be ok as I always prepare for stuff like this.
I have had a conference or two cancelled.
I hated going to those things anyway, so I'm good there too. I get a few days back.
I'm sure my business will suffer a little, but can use the internet for most...
Do I need a "fax modem"? A software program?
My Windows XP has a fax program in it, but says I need a fax modem.
What do I really need? Using dial-up for the web, do I have to be off-line to fax?