The first fully-completed BA shell, known internally as Prototype 1, will be finished in less than a fortnight and should be available to conduct official aero testing soon. It will also be used as the 'marketing' car for Ford Australia and is likely to be the one that will be shown at the Sydney Motor Show.
The second shell, unsurprisingly known as Prototype 2, will be finished in a short period of time and will be used to confirm the computer data in terms of torsional stiffness and rigidity.
When the data is confirmed and the BA has been given the green light, Beehag will be able to commence construction of the first official shells to be delivered to the race teams.
I don't know what Holden has planned for the VY but personally i don't give a shit !