What's with all the 0*this 0*that numbers in the red banner???
2010 Tesla Roadster #992 - Electric Blue
2014 Tesla S85 #44239 - Chocolate Brown - Kathy likes chocolate
[/B][/URL] Sweet Silver Sixty: 60KWH, Silver ext/Black int, Pano, Tech, 21" Silver wheels
So to speed this along for those who don't enjoy decoding hex/ascii tables. I'll give a hint (sorry puzzle master).
We apparently need to collect a number of puzzle pieces, and only piece is given per TMC member. So if you wanted to get spare parts for a Telsa (puzzle) in the sf bay area, where would you go? What internet site would you search for "tesla"? (hint: it's not google).
Oh, and here's my piece (#4) because I'm busy for a few hours and can't join in all of the fun.
It's going to be a challenge to put this together. I can't decide if I should go old school and print out the pieces and have my kids cut them out and solve. Or just load into photoshop and use the selection tool to trace all of the pieces and then assemble. Oh wait, I just rememberd, I hate photoshop, so I'll use my kids.
Blue P85 Model S (VIN#2817)
And my son was born on the fall equinox.
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Winter solstice bonfires are the bomb. Everyone's welcome, btw.
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The application of electricity to the propulsion of automobiles is certainly a rational idea... this new type of automobile, introducing electricity between the prime mover and the wheels, has, in my opinion, a great future --Nikola Tesla. December 17, 1904
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