I am interested in entertaining offers from interested buyers of my mid-800’s Model S Signature reservation. Please contact me at [email protected] if you would like to make an offer and/or propose how we’d execute such a transaction. Serious candidates only please! I have outlined some additional details and requirements below. Why am I doing this? My company has assigned me to work in South America for the rest of the year. I’ll only be back in the US on a couple of occasions, so it doesn’t make sense for me to receive delivery of a Sig in August or September. I also have a production reservation that will result in a 1st quarter 2013 delivery and that timing works much better given my schedule. How much am I asking? I’ll consider accepting the best offer that results in the lowest risk and highest return for me. Don’t even consider making an offer that doesn’t include an up-front, non-refundable deposit of at least the entire Sig deposit amount. How should offers be structured? Take the total cost of your desired configuration, add estimated California taxes, add estimated delivery fees, add the mark-up % you are willing to offer. Don’t subtract the tax credits for federal or state, as I won’t qualify since I’ll be reselling the car to you. Propose a payment schedule that will include a pre-configuration component and a pre-delivery component. The entire amount must be paid to me prior to delivery. Keep in mind that I am looking at both risk and return. A lower risk, lower return offer may be more attractive than a higher risk, higher return offer. Once I’ve established that you are a serious candidate, I’ll provide confirming documentation of the exact reservation number and any other information you need to be comfortable with the transaction. We can also move our dialog to my personal email account at that point. I’ve established the gmail account because I anticipate some amount of crack-pot respondents.