I am throwing myself on your mercy after five other plans fell through. tl;dr -- if you are in the SF Bay Area and have a converter CAN or cable from Roadster to something modern (likely J1772,) I would be exceedingly grateful to borrow it for this coming weekend. Please PM. Longer version -- as some of you likely guessed, I am the amazingly lucky person to have a deposit down on Tesla #48. I was all set to buy a $4,000 2011 Leaf, but was too busy to get it together in time, and missed my shot. This led to the timing and coincidences that put me in place to buy the Roadster. It's just a slight upgrade. :-> On Saturday afternoon, we will drive from the peninsula to Fresno to spend the night, then Sunday morning complete the sale and begin what promises to be a long drive home. I expect the PEM is blanketed with road dirt and leaves, the battery is aged, and all in all I plan to be setting cruise control for something like 55 and babying it all the way back. The plan is drive for 60 miles, charge back up for 2-3 hours; repeat 3 times. I am choosing a longer route to have redundant chargers and keep well below the estimated 100 mile range in practice. The current owner will charge fully in range mode for me before pickup. So that's all good and sounds sane, as such things go. This assumes a converter cable or CAN. I am not kidding when I say I was sure I had this solved five times. Sadly, no. What I do have now is a borrowed Roadster trickle charger, which plugs into standard power. This at least makes the trip back *possible* but it turns into a lot longer than I envisioned for those charging breaks. I am also not sure where I'm going to find random outdoor power outlets en route, though I am told gas stations (of all places) are worth trying. That's my Tesla origin story, and part of the saga thus far. Please let me know if you have a converter I could come pick up for the weekend, or other ideas that might work in this short timeframe. It would help me out a great deal. Thanks so much!