Yes, it had FSD as indicated in ad. Yes, it sold at full asking price, which I believed was always fair (slightly above the mid-range of the KBB private party value) and became more than fair when FSD price increased during listing period. So, I did not negotiate with anyone, and did not feel it necessary as there was substantial interest in the car. As you might expect, most inquiries started with "what is the least you will take for the car" or "are you willing to negotiate." My only answer was "the listed price is fair." Saved time and energy and I believe the buyer is happy as am I. Critics here clearly aren't very happy (ever, I assume), but hey, whatever works for folks is fine by me. Raechris, I personally agree with your POV on FUSC, and as indicated in the ad, I almost never used a supercharger anyway. Clearly it is important to some, and indeed 1 or 2 potential buyers decided not to move forward since it seemed FUSC would not transfer. I think they both had significant commutes and expected to supercharge frequently.