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Random Roadster Sightings

Came to my senses...
A sad sight to see for sure. I saw those there a couple of months back. Two of them with the covers pulled off during the rain.There also was a red one there as well. The VIN numbers I saw at the time were VIN 748 & 944, but one of the ones I saw was a fusion red car mostly intact.View attachment 783066View attachment 783071
Hey folks. Not trying to salt the wounds, but while I was at the Fremont service center today, I took a look at the three scrap roadsters sitting in the back of the parking lot as their covers have been taken off.

On one, I found this little Easter egg written on the inside of the frame adjacent to where the battery would sit. 😄🏈

Kind of makes me wonder what other fun Service Center banter is on the inside of other cars.🤔
I brought my wife lunch at her work (Washington Elementary in Santa Barbara) around 12:15 today. I was on my way back home sitting at the signal at Meigs and Cliff Drive. As I was waiting at the signal, I saw my twin (radiant red roadster) crossing Cliff... I honked and he looked over and waved. I think Timothy knows him... sorry, no photo.
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