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2013 Model S 60, Early VIN P04761 - No Longer Available

2013 Model S 60, Early VIN P04761

This is an early 2013 Tesla Model S 60, VIN P04761.
Odometer: 45,225 Miles
Driven lightly and efficiently by older gentleman. Average energy usage at 270 Wh/Mile.
-Trailer Hitch installed by a Tesla Service Center (Torklift EcoHitch). This is a hidden hitch. The receiver can be removed very easily.
-Latest Generation Door Handles that don't have issues, were upgraded.
-Supercharging Enabled
-Piano Black Decor
-Multi-Pattern Black Mesh Seats
-White Paint
-Body Color Roof
-Parking Sensors installed/retrofitted in 2014 ($5000)
-Tech Package (Power Lift Gate, LED Fog Lights, LED Turning Lights, Xenon Headlights, Premium Interior Ambient Lighting, Lighted Door Handles)
-Active Air Suspension
-Ultra High Fidelity Sound Package
-Upgraded rear seat belt housing that doesn't snag on the two rear side seat belts when pulling on them (Courtesy of Tesla Service).
-Upgraded to new generation air conditioning system.
-Standard 19 inch Rims. Two spare rims. One of the spare rims has a mounted tire.
-All Weather Tesla Floor Mats
-Extended Warranty (Extra 4 years on top of original 4 year warranty, or an extra 125,000 miles)

List Date: 7/26/2015
Location: Austin, TX, United States

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I'm not entirely sure. My mom bumped a curb in the front right of the bumper...they ended up replacing the radiator for some ungodly reason, but while they were at it apparently updated the system to a newer rev? I'm sure the AC system in a brand new model s isn't exactly the same as one off the line in early 2013. Why does everyone mask their VIN with 3XXX?