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New Nose Option for Older Model S

Discussion in 'Model S' started by luvnMyTS, Jun 16, 2016.

  1. luvnMyTS

    luvnMyTS Member

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  2. Vince Cobelo

    Vince Cobelo Member

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    I might consider it in a year or so. Have to remember you probably would have to tack another $1,000 on to have it installed and painted. Price seems good I'm just happy with the nose cone style at least for now.
     
  3. msnow

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    It's $2500 if you pre-order as an early adopter, otherwise it's $3000. By the time it's painted and installed it could easily total $5000 or $6000. That's too much for this IMHO and I'm not sure about the quality and fit either. No, I'll just stick with what I got which I still love.
     
  4. JPUConn

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    Would only consider if my bumper was damaged and need of replacement and this was a comparable price

    I like the new front but still like the look of my "classic" S nosecone.

    This type of mod reminds me of the aftermarket bumpers for the Dodge Viper to try and make one Gen car look like a different one.
     
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  5. P85D

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    My P85D is 18months old and will have depreciated $35,000 , as much as I would like a new one I cant justify the cost. However I can justify 4K for this so I put a deposit down. I guess we will see how much work it is and the quality of it when it gets here.
     

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