Deliveries of the Ford GT have been going since February, but various issues have caused Ford to notify owners that their GTs will be running somewhat late.
Automotive News reports that owners got a letter this week from Ford saying delivery of their GT will be pushed back due to supplier constraints and homologation testing issues.
"The craftsmanship required to build these vehicles for global markets has required that we adjust our original timing projections," the letter says.
The letter goes on to say customers will be notified with an updated "three-month projected delivery window" within the week. Ford declined to say how long the delays will be, telling Automotive News, that it "nearly completed" the ramp-up process.
According to a spokesman, Ford has delivered about 50 GTs out of the 250 models that will be built through the 2020 model year.
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