Production numbers remain low - and that's a good thing!

Thanks out to @yakpimp over at the JLWF for his tracking tool... Anyways, been looking at the numbers at any given time in his system over the past several months: 15-18k are typically in the queue. If you crunch the model numbers for comparison, the number for 392's usually falls right around five percent (or .05) of the total Jeep orders. That's really good news for residual.
(and thanks out to @kkehoe for a mathematics lesson!)

Take the first year Bronco for example: the First Edition accounted for over 10% of the builds, making it less exclusive in the long run.
(and not taking into consideration that '22 may very well be it for the 392...)

I know @Membrain keeps his own numbers, and I think directly from the source. So @Membrain if you have better info or need to correct what the "other" forum has... please do! I'm curious.

Edit: Just posting Current Numbers:
9101 3.6
5274 2.0 (incl 4XE)
809 3.0
884 6.4

16,068 Total
.05 392's
 
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If under 10,000 units are built (even though this may not be considered low production), and all the rumors about 2021 and 2022 being the only two years of the 392 are true, it will be very good for people who own a 392. If the V8 engine is also no longer installed in consumer vehicles within the next few years, then our 392s will be even more special in 15 to 20 years.
 
Yukon,
Thank you for the research. Definitely good to know that we own somewhat of a unicorn that should at least retain its value!
 
Well whip my hog and call me uncle! Thanks. Not sure why I added an extra zero! In my head it was half the "FE" bronco production. In my head I knew where it was going...
Let's chalk it up to old age and forget it ever happened!
 
Adding to above, looking at 2021 production (although October and November have not been completed obviously, so we'll assume 15k each month) at 190,000 units, if @Membrain has correct figures of 5K VINs on the 392, that is only about 2.5%. Even better.

Which, would lend itself to more likely, given that customer orders (on which my original post was based) account for the bulk of 392's but only a fraction of the rest of the lineup (far more sold from inventory)
 
Well whip my hog and call me uncle! Thanks. Not sure why I added an extra zero! In my head it was half the "FE" bronco production. In my head I knew where it was going...
Let's chalk it up to old age and forget it ever happened!
totally get it. I wish it was .5 percent
 
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