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So initial round of allocation is one per dealer and the second round will give us the meat and potatoes of how many are gonna be moving after that. Unless someone can accurately calculate their little formula.

Am I getting that right?
 

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And I wouldnt be surprised if each of the first cores going out will be fully loaded.
I would hope they would haha the color like you mentioned will be the fun part lol it’s going to be VERY interesting because that means if you’re #2 or #3 good luck and even then how many will be snapped up by employees or managers or owners
 

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I would hope they would haha the color like you mentioned will be the fun part lol it’s going to be VERY interesting because that means if you’re #2 or #3 good luck and even then how many will be snapped up by employees or managers or owners
I'm #3 😂 welp, might as well buy another RS in the meantime
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong as I'm just as confused, but the way I'm interpreting this is:

Allocations are based on the last 6 months (plus the current month) sales of passenger cars and GR86s compared to the region.

This would generally favor large, urban areas. In today's climate, cars sell immediately, so the dealer with the most allocations, generally, will get more GR Corollas.

It seems like dealers can get 0 allocations if they are small enough. Also, it seems for every allocation period, there can be one preference. So about two preferences a month?
 
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