I didn't see any Teslas that I recognized as such. The little green sport coupe that XX identified as a older Tesla I thought it had a Lotus insignia on the nose but I wasn't paying that close of attention. But I do recall thinking when he was backing into his space that his car was very quiet - no obvious engine noise. I guess maybe it was a Tesla.Don , Was that a silver Tesla Sports model there ? We did a Cars & coffee in PA and 5 Teslas showed up but all sedans . Still wild looking. They are some nice pictures & Solstice
True that the mesh is the same in the grille as in the side panels. I believe he also intends to replace the plastic honeycomb brake vent grids in the running light grilles with the same chrome mesh.Hello you are correct, though I was being a little cheeky about our hood and fenders. He used the same mesh material on the fenders and hood opening. Thanks Norm
Sorry you missed the show (if you can call it that.) Lately, with daylight savings time, it seems like people start arriving at (or maybe before?) daybreak, and start rolling out by 8:00. I got there at 6:15 last Saturday, and the exhibitor area was probably 70% full - something that normally doesn't happen until after 7:00.I was in the area so I went to the show. Got there about 9 am and what remained was a handful of cars. Talk about a short car show!
Yes, that's a Tesla Roadster and it's at most 5 years old or so. You're right, it is based on the Lotus Elise chassis.Yes the little green car is a tesla. It's older though, and I think based on the lotus Elise chassis. There are usually one or two there most Saturdays.