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In a video uploaded to YouTube by user KenStevens5150, rows upon rows upon rows of brand-new Broncos can be seen sitting idle at Ford’s Michigan assembly plant in a lot dubbed “Dirt Mountain” by Bronco-enthusiast forum users. With winter here, that nickname’s aptly been changed to “Ice Mountain.”

Several Bronco customers have had their delivery dates pushed back by months, reports an Automotive News article, including Jason Wallace of Birmingham, Alabama, who ordered his Bronco in June 2021. It was built on February 1, 2022,  and is one of thousands waiting for that final piece, a semiconductor, before being delivered.

Michigan sees some of the most severe winter conditions in North America, and having a sea of new vehicles sitting idle and exposed to the elements is causing some future owners a little concern.

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