I'm still trying to figure this one out. And the simple answer may be - this guy has a lot of clout. But business is business and a dealer has to do business. But this just bothers, somewhat, us "normal" guys who are on the "waiting list" for a 430 Spider. Here are the facts: Person X has one of the 1st 430's (coupe) delivered to a local meet a couple of months ago. Beautiful car, etc.... Then Person X has another 430 Spider delivered to another more recent meet. Once again - delivered from the same dealer (not a Texas dealer) and this Person X is not a dealer himself. I then see the same COLOR and UNIQUE OPTIONED 430 Spider in another dealer's showroom, but this is NOT the same 430 Spdier that I saw earlier. I then find out that this carbon copy 430 Spider is indeed being sent to this lucky same Person X. Something seems fishy here... help me out. 1. Why get the same exact 2 cars from 2 different dealers? I know the flipping issue comes to mind, but this is difficult to do, as you have to trade in the vehicle to the same dealer where purchased. This may just be a way for the dealers to get some showroom presence of the new cars to generate more interst/orders. As I am aware that the dealers can not order cars for themselves. Thanks.