He must be the only person I know who willing went from a Tesla to a non-Tesla. He bough an S-Class MBZ instead. Perhaps leased. Perhaps better for his taxes, I am not prying. He loved driving the Tesla. He hated "always having to charge it". Whatever that means. With the $500 HPWC + labor, which is probably another $500 min, but probably closer to $900, it would seem to me he already took care of the "hard" part. So now the question is, should I make any moves to acquire said HPWC? Would I want to? Is a second-hand HPWC a good thing? First generation, I believe. Are 1st gen HPWC considered inferior or superior to the current offering? Am I supposed to pay an electrician to remove his and board up a hole? Would that eat into my margin, if one is to be enjoyed? The friend may give me the HPWC for free, though I will feel obliged to offer $250 to pick a number. In the end, he may prefer a cool looking unused HPWC on his wall to a cover plate, and any proposal I may come with will be a non-starter. It's just that knowing there is an unused HPWC in the neighborhood is going to drive me crazy. The current plan is to charge at work at 100v for about 5 hours daily and supplement at home, again, from a 110v outlet. This should cover the daily commute, but does not seem like a solid long term solution. Plus I had to tell you about someone who sold a Tesla because he had to charge it all the time. Blew my mind.