I have seen a couple posts about a vehicle that Tesla was going to deliver that had been damaged. Obviously I have no idea the extent to which that vehicle was damaged and can't really get a clear idea from the thread on the other site, but I was curious as to people's thoughts on that subject. All car paint shops will repair small damage like a scratch or a piece of dirt that gets under the layers during the painting process, as well as scratches that may happen in assembly. My question is if there is significant body damage during "burn-in" or some other time prior to delivery, what is the obligation of Tesla to the customer? I'm talking about damage that would be taken care of by a repair shop - rebending of panels, use of body filler, repaint, etc. Personally I think the damage should be revealed to the customer, who can then make a decision on delivery. To pass off a car that had to have significant repair seems like a poor decision. I would hate to have my paint peel off some Bondo a couple years down the road, and only then find out that my vehicle was wrecked before I had ever touched it.