My Model 3 just arrived and I love it. Sadly, I cannot justify keeping two electric cars. The Roadster has been great fun for the 6 3/4 years I've had it, but it's time to let it go. This is a one-owner car. I bought it new from inventory in 2011 and it has been my daily driver ever since. It is not pristine because it's been driven almost daily, but it is in excellent condition and I've had all annual maintenance performed on schedule. One of the heater knobs is missing, but this does not make it any harder to operate the control. That's its only flaw. Color: Very Orange. Absolutely gorgeous! Miles: 14,980 as of this writing. (I don't drive a lot.) Options: Alpine Infotainment System and leather seats. The Alpine (with GPS) is frankly not a very good system. The sound is fine to my 69-year-old ears but the GPS is not as good as my old Garmin. It has the old-style iPod connector, which works fine, but I could never get the bluetooth to connect reliably. YMMV on the bluetooth. When not being driven it's always been kept in my garage. It has just one set of wheels, but comes with two sets of tires, winter and summer. The front winter tires are very new, in excellent condition. The summer tires and the rear winter tires are in good condition. These tires were all purchased from Tesla, and so are the Tesla-recommended tires. I just replaced the tire-pressure monitors this month (February 2019). It comes with: The standard 120-v charger, which I've never used. The Tesla mobile charger which plugs into a NEMA 14-50 plug on a 240-v, 50-a circuit. On this circuit it will draw 40 amps (9.6 kW charging speed). It has the Tesla cloth top. It does NOT have the hard top. It also comes with the aftermarket mesh top. This top lets in about half the wind and about half the sunlight. It is wonderful for hot sunny days. I find that with the top off, driving on the freeway is too windy. With the mesh top it is perfectly delightful. It has the feel of being open while still protecting you from the full force of the elements. Switching tops is easy. The heater is powerful and instantaneous. Hot air is blowing in less than a minute, and the cabin is toasty warm in just a few minutes even in the coldest Spokane weather. (It seldom gets very cold here, but it does occasionally, and the heater handles it like a champ.) I cannot speak about the A/C because I've never used it. In warm weather I just take the top off or use the mesh top. Tesla upgraded the cooling system from the original one after the car reported being too hot on one scorching hot day after a very long drive, the first summer I had it. (Or maybe the second summer.) Original price as configured was $117,000. I am asking $75,000 for this very low-mileage, excellent condition car. I am posting pictures from when the car was new because yesterday it was raining and today the forecast is snow, and no sun in the forecast until Monday. I will post current pictures as soon as we get some sunlight here. These were taken at a friend's rural home. I will welcome respectful comments regarding my asking price, which I think is toward the high end of reasonable for this car. If it does not sell in a month or two I will entertain reasonable offers. Buyer is responsible for picking up the car and the off-season tires. Winter tires are on it at this writing. Please let me know if there's anything I need to add to the description. Thanks for reading.