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2017 100D LR Model S Loaded

Price has a little wiggle room but the first $65,000 gets it.
2017 Model S 100D Long Range for sale. Has all available options at the time of production.
42,000 miles
Dual Motor
Pearl White Multi-Coat Paint
Tan leather/carbon fiber interior
Full glass roof
Smart air suspension
Full self-driving paid up front
MCU1- but is entitled to get a free upgrade with the recall and the upgrade to FSD software.
19' wheels
Power and lighting package
Premium Upgrades Package
Ultra High Fidelity Sound
Free lifetime connectivity
 

Skipdd

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Mostly in the spirit of helping others - and I do know someone in the market for one now:
  • What tires are on it and how many miles of wear?
  • MCU 1 - I don’t recall a free upgrade. The recall/free upgrade was for the eMMC board only. To then get MCU2 was extra. I want to say it was $1500, + an extra $200 or so if you wanted to keep ability to use HD radio
  • What about Supercharging - free or not
  • Pano roof or just solid glass?
  • Are you original owner?
  • Any accidents?
  • Pictures please
 
Thanks for the questions.
Tires - All Michelin Radial X. They must have been almost new when I purchased it because the front 2 have about 75% tread. One on back has about 25% and needs to be replaced (which I can do). Other on back is brand new.
MCU1 - I know that with purchased FSD, you are eligible to get all the necessary upgrades to run that system for free including HW3, I remember reading it it might include MCU2 as well but it may have been pure speculation. I don't really know the ins and outs of that.
Supercharging - Not free. I think it became non-transferrable at some point. I bought used from Tesla, so they definitely were not going to keep that active.
Solid Glass Roof - Not panoramic opening sunroof
Ownership - I am the second owner. I bought it at 23,000 miles in 2020.
Accidents - None. When I took possession, Tesla walked me around the car to show me some "imperfections". The paint was excellent (and still is), but there is a ding on the nose (which appears can be popped out), a shallow abrasion on the passenger rear fender and what looks like an abrasion on the front of the rear passenger wheel well. They told me that it had a wrap on it and that those flaws were created when they were removing it. I will attempt to photograph these. Outside of that, it has been garage kept in a climate-controlled garage.
Pictures - Poor weather here at the moment. In the next 24-48 hours, I will wash her and get some pics uploaded.
 
Here are a few pictures
 

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Here are some better pictures. I washed her and took inventory of any imperfections. I did my best to photograph them. The most substantial of the flaws is the ding on the nose (which seems like a hail damage guy could pop out), scratch above the wheel and a scuff in front of the wheel. Outside of those I noted a minute door ding on the passenger side and a rock chip above the passenger headlight. You will really have to zoom in to try to see them but you may not be able to. The front is quite clean mainly from being wrapped for most its life. Meet me here this time tomorrow for interior pics.
 

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Here are some interior pictures. I took close ups of all the typical high-wear areas. I note a few small abrasions near the driver door handle, maybe from a ring. You might be able to make them out in the close up if you zoom all the way in. I didn't notice anything else.
 

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