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Discussion in 'Model S' started by 1101011, Jun 11, 2015.

  1. 1101011

    1101011 Proud TSLA/SCTY shareholder since 2012.

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    We were both getting coffee at Starbucks.
     
  2. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    Is that contrast that he's selling his car and you aren't? ;)
     
  3. taurusking

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    i see an extremely un-safe crushed metal box and a spaceship.
     
  5. Biker

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    Model S, Model T.

    Can we get those wheels? Real spokes and white walls.
     
  6. tomas

    tomas Traded in 9 rep bars for M3, used to be somebody!

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    Yes, and both revolutionary for their time! Nice post!
     
  7. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    What was the asking price?
     
  8. brucet999

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    I have to quibble with you on that one. Model S was revolutionary, Model A was simply a late-to-the-party catch-up after Chevrolet and others began to steal away the Model T's market share with more powerful, modern and comfortable cars.

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    On the other hand, a collision at 5 to 10 mph would require polishing the nickel plating on the Model A's bumper vs a $20,000+ body shop bill for a Tesla (or almost any high-priced car today).
     

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