The Tesla was just beginning its circulation around the area as it journeyed around from shop to shop. The garage was quickly empty of the Chrysler, which went on to nearly drown in the Houston floods from Hurricane Harvey. The Baja was serviceable as our usual backup vehicle with its-- nothing short of miraculous-- new inspection sticker, but a new “front-line” car was needed.
"Mission Newbaru" accomplished! Thanks to my wingman Darren😎Extra pics on my Instagram. @nzcutr #Tesla #roadtrip #Subaru pic.twitter.com/Q5acCmldi4— Tesla Pittsburgh (@TeslaPittsburgh) August 13, 2017
But I digress… THERE IS Tesla-related content here, just dig in and let me explain:
Interestingly, there apparently WAS a plan to put a power sunshade in the Model S, based on a section I found in the service manual… but it never appeared, even on early production cars.
As my time with The Gangster was coming to an end, I had a startling realization that will, no doubt, prompt cries of outrage from my fellow Tesla owners. Close your eyes and imagine the 300 with an electric drivetrain and access to a fast charging network-- and even at the same price as an S, I think I’d get the electric Chrysler. It’s just BETTER, except for that dino-burner up front. The build quality is-- quite frankly-- at least as good as Tesla and likely better. The interior is nicer and has more features and perks. The size is even comparable, if they’d make it a hatch. Electric Magnum?Appears Model S originally had integrated front/rear sunshade for the pano roof, but never made production. #Tesla @Teslarati @ElectrekCo pic.twitter.com/fz6tiHnWGY— Tesla Pittsburgh (@TeslaPittsburgh) October 31, 2017
my Torklift hitch but it turned out to be a major concern… major enough that I’m *almost* grateful my car was hit, otherwise it might have gone undiscovered.
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