I've been selling twice as much during the lockdown than I was before.
I wanted (not needed wanted) to buy a new truck...specifically the F250 Tremor. I did not want the diesel version because I don't really need that much power and diesel is like 10k more expensive. When I went to the dealership they were out of the gas version and told me it was due to a chip shortage. I half believed them at the time, then in the news they showed the Kentucky speedway full to the brim with Ford trucks all waiting for that chip. Over 3000 maybe more basically finished trucks. So supply shortage has affected even big companies. Back to the truck story... my wife told me to keep the current truck an F150 2018 with 23000 miles that I got brand new and only wanted to trade because I have a 35 ft travel trailer that I will have to move from CA to GA. The F150 has no problem with it but I just wanted more power because 'Merica!. She said to me "keep your current truck, then when the new ones become available get one then but keep the current one for work".. I was like Oh, OK....you got to listen to the boss, I mean the wife....Supply is Maxed out , Demand is Slowing .. Sellers holding out for top dollar.. Also when marketing tells the buyer that the older ( used ) version is just as valuable as the new model there is a problem right there. Phooey!