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Any chance of breaking down the classified forums by chassis?


Active Member
Mar 20, 2017
Ontario, Canada
Used to be just roadsters...then us model S guys came and ruined it for the roadster guys who had to sift through 80 model S ads to find one roadster ad. Search feature seems to always fail when I search a keyword so that's out.

Now the model 3 (and Y) are taking over as the dominant platforms numbers wise and it's increasingly hard to find what we're looking for for say a model S or X. Sometimes the item you're looking for is here for sale, but on page 4. Or 11.

Many car forums have a chassis breakdown for classified ads. Wonder if that would be well received here? Model S and X could in theory go together as could Model 3 and Y.

Then leave the general classifieds for anything else.

Just a thought.


Active Member
Aug 31, 2019
Springfield, VA
+1. It wouldn't matter if parts interchanged between models, but they rarely (ever?) do.

I've been excited to see a set of wheels come up for sale only to find out they only fit a 3.


Active Member
Sep 6, 2018
Colorado, USA
+ Eleventy-billion!

It would be nice if people would put their vehicle the listing was for so that we didn't have to click the link just to see it's not for us but separate subforums would be an even better step in the right direction. Better to break it down now before more models (Y, Cybertruck, Next Gen Roadster, Semi, etc.) come along to make the transition even more cumbersome.


Nov 26, 2019
San Diego, CA
It would be even better with a split wheels/tires and the rest per chassis category...

(OP not sure you can modify your post, but maybe a poll would help show large support?)


Jun 7, 2020
S, E, X, Y, C, R
Region: NE, SE, NW, SW - no region means out of country - this would help Canadians
Part - Wheels, Tire, Mats, Spoiler, etc and other details.

S NE - Wheel Turbine 20inch with Tire

This could be guideline sticky

My 2 cent hopefully, it doesn't confuses the thread.

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