Yes, I know that Tesla doesn't have this adapter for sale any more. I recently got my mother in law to let me install a 240 outlet for my car. She's a nice little old lady who probably uses about 1KW a week in her house. So, I went out to the panel and was taking pictures to send to an electrician for a quote and noticed a 50A breaker. Huh??? In almost illegible writing on the legend was a word that I suddenly realized was "welder". Huh??? So I started pulling stuff away from the wall and discovered a NEMA 6-50 outlet!!! Wow, what a find! No electrician needed, just an adapter. Now, I vaguely recall someone posting that you can cut the middle wire pin off of the NEMA 14-50 adapter to get it to work on a 6-50 outlet. I'm now paying the price for my prior disinterest in the 6-50 discussion. For some reason, the search function here thinks there are no instances of "6-50" (there most assuredly are) and adding anything else to the search drowns me in irrelevant hits. So, could some kind soul who knows the issues confirm this for me? I looked up the wiring diagrams and it looks like that is indeed the case. Am I right here? I happen to have a spare 14-50 that I am willing to mutilate for the cause. Also, on a somewhat separate note, would such a mutilated 14-50 adapter still work in a NEMA 14-50 outlet? I think that is also the case but again would like to have someone smarter than me confirm that. I suppose the alternative is to get a 14-50 socket and swap it out.