#744 by cswolfe posted Jul 20, 2015 at 7:27 PM #744 by cswolfe posted Jul 20, 2015 at 7:27 PM WILL CLEAN UP THIS LISTING OVER THE COMING DAYS. I have many many pictures, that for now, I can send you in a zip file if it doesn't sell before I get them posted. Bought the car one year ago. Because of this one's singular rarity, negotiations were really tough. Ended up paying 72.5K. Purchases since then that come with the car. Clear hard top (fits really well, which is just luck, soft top included, of course $2,500). Tesla cover (with the requisite breathing holes, very good cover, $350). CanJr. (For nissan leaf etc, charging stations, J-1772, $700 (never used)). So with approximately 10,800 miles, the car cost high 70s. Current mileage, less than 12,500. Current battery regular charge 182 in Los Angeles, with virtually no more use on it, 177 in a garage in Las Vegas (presumably due to the heat). I'll grab the CRC when I figure it out. Options. STOCK purple (lotus aubergine),. $6000 alcantra interior ($1800) Electronics package ($3,000) Forged wheels ($2300) Solar Guard Windshield ($400). REASON FOR SALE: I drove it occasionally over the year when in Los Angeles. But in Las Vegas, I see somebody pulled over (presumably for speeding) SEVERAL times a day, and honestly, I don't want the attention this car brings, and cannot really use it as intended for that same reason. I cancelled my 3.0 battery order when it was clear to me that keeping the car wouldn't make much sense. COLOR: This is thought to be the only stock true purple roadster in the world. I spent about 100 hours (really) trying to verify it's the only one ever made. All I was able to find out was Tesla DID NOT keep a list of the custom color jobs, and I talked to at least -twenty- Tesla employees of various designations, and all I can tell you is none of them had seen another "true purple" roadster, which is why I got this one. CONDITION: Perfect other than superficial rust on the rotor centers, which makes about zero sense, since it was always garaged. Additionally, I don't find the -radio- part of the stereo useable, due to electrical noise. Was going to get around to put an electrical noise isolator on the system $50? but never got around to it. I don't know whether other roadster radios are noisy or not, but it seems louder on electrical noise after it returned from Tesla for it's $600 service October 2015, so I suspect they moved an electrical wire next to another that's causing noise. PRICE: Negotiable, sure, but keeping the car one year, putting 1500 miles on it, taking a nearly 10 grand hit is a lot. Is what it is. I cannot reasonably use the car where I live, so in the garage it sits. I'd rather sell to somebody who can actually get use out of it, as I have a couple other cars. $67,500, with some room to negotiate. Yes, it's more expensive than other 2.0s, but you're not going to find another true purple roadster (though I know there are two light lilacs out there, so don't ask me). It was HARD to get this one off for (with the additions, high-ish 70s, so I'm doing a lot taking a ten grand hit for the same perfect condition. WAY easier to reach me via firstname.lastname@example.org rather than here. I love this car, I really do. Amazing one of a kind. But seeing it in the garage, not really being able to use it (it stays plugged in for battery maintenance) was just not really the game plan. :/ Thanks.