I noticed this ad in the weekly email by Panjo today, does this guy really think adding sales tax and the federal tax credit to his "investment value" is going to not be noticed? I priced a new car out to about $93k after tax credit with the same features,vs his claimed "investment" of $108k. We still have to pay sales tax when buying used and we don't get the $7500 tax credit (or state/local rebates which in some states can be up to $7500 more) so he can't count that as part of his investment. In my opinion for the slight discount he offers why would you choose his over a brand new one or certified preowned that is less likely to have any issues? http://www.panjo.com/buy/beautiful-2015-model-s-85d-under-2200-miles-85-000-00-bring-offers-244723 On a side note, for those that want to upgrade from an older car to new P90D, why sell outside Tesla and give up the reduced sales tax from trading in to Tesla? They offer less but paying full sales tax probably offsets that.