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at the request of the Texans (@GDN, @Quicksilver) request ;) here's my initial impressions on my new, very red, Model 3. So if this is horribly boring, you can blame them :D

Every time I open the door to the garage, the red is still a little startling after being used to a much smaller light silver car sitting there ;)

Delivery (totally a blow by blow of the day, so skim if you want ;) ):
was delayed (but seems that is the new normal) but on the second go around all went relatively smoothly, especially going in with low expectations on customer service, time needed for the delivery, etc.
First, Portland opened a new Service/Delivery center a year or so ago that is not too far from my office. It is in an area by the river, with the access streets getting down to it, very steep (very very steep). My little 5-speed Solstice had a very light weight clutch, that was not very forgiving so I had no interest in just randomly stopping by the Service Center on a trip where I would need to actually drive the Solstice back out ;). So, my second delivery scheduled date was my first time to the new location. It was pretty crazy on how many cars they had squeezed into a lot (and surrounding area!). So much so that I downloaded the last bit of dashcam video before I re-formatted it's memory card.
My delivery appointment was for 1:30p (Wednesday September 26, 2018), and left work around noon (had taken the rest of the day off, as well as Thursday & Friday!). Went by a sandwich shop and picked up lunch and drove across the river toward Tesla. I arrived at Tesla at 12:30p, found a parking space and ate my lunch, downloaded the dashcam clip linked above, re-formatted the dashcam's card and cleared out the history on the car's navigation. Around 1pm I went inside expecting an extra wait, since I was half hour early. I was greeted and checked in told they were a little behind schedule so likely would push my appointment by 15 minutes or so. Without anything else to do the rest of the day, I wasn't really concerned and went and found a section of floor to sit on and see what I may have missed here since the morning ;) Then saw they had a placard with the wifi password, so moved to a barstool/counter and pulled out my (work) laptop, figured may as well use it instead of the phone if it was going to be a little while. Minutes later, was approached to go over my paperwork, then go out to the Solstice to record its mileage, check its VIN, etc. Came back in and expected more waiting and immediately had someone walk up and say "Melinda?". Looked up and it was the Tesla Solar consultant I'd met with earlier this year! He was pulled in to help with deliveries :) We caught up, and again expressed I wish my house was turned 90 degrees to make it more feasible.
Minutes later, the Delivery Specialist who would be going over the car with me came and introduced himself. We went out to the delivery bays (there were two red, one blue ready to go). He first had me open the app to set my phone up, and it then had a red car in it!
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(you can see this was 1:57p, so not bad for a 1:30p appointment!). He proceeded to describe the very basic features. Shortly in, he asked if I've driven a Tesla yet, and I told him I had rented Model 3s two separate times, so then he sped up his into info ;) In setting up the phone as a key, he took the key card folder and rubbed it around on the console. attempting not to gasp at what I knew would be scratches under it, we carried on.
He gave me a couple minutes to look over the car and note any issues. There were a couple fisheye spots in the paint, two by the driver headlight (that are easy to forget about) and a larger one center of the hood that has a white spot 1mm+ across. He said they were within Tesla's tolerances, and I questioned that knowing others have had less imperfections corrected. He left to consult with a supervisor and returned and attempted to photograph them. I also pointed out the console scratches and he returned with a microfiber towel and one of 5 spray bottles. The large scratches totally disappeared, but there were still some that showed up following. He noted it as well. And there were a couple stops with car wrap adhesive goo that he had one of the detailing/shop guys come remove. Initially, the passenger mirror would not move far enough toward the car, but folding and un-folding the mirrors (that produced a weird clunk as if not quite seated right) seemed to have corrected that issue and could then move it equal distance as the driver side.

In the delivery bay
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Sitting in the sun (parked because I remembered my custom plates were still back on the Solstice and went to track my Delivery Specialist down for a screw driver).
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When I departed, the car had 7 miles on the odometer. my house is less than 15 miles away, nearly all by freeway, and the Autopilot had finished its calibrations prior to leaving Oregon (so less than 10 miles! - I actually still haven't used it, but had in the Turo rentals earlier this year). I realized shortly after I left that I had a document that should have been left with Tesla, so called when I got home and was told I could mail it to them or drop it off when convenient. I also took a little time to look over the car more once home noticed a couple others on the leading edge of the trunk (just above the fender/tail lights) on both sides, as if the trunk lid had been resting on a surface. and the passenger side front fender top .point where it meets the A pillar and windshield was missing paint at the very tip. It looked like there was extra thick paint there, and possibly a drip was chipped off. So decided to stop back by the next day (thursday) to drop the doc off and report on the extra paint defects.

Back to Tesla the Next day:
Before going back into Portland, I wanted to get my CUs loan guy a thank you treat, and he had an assortment of cactus and succulents on his desk, so took a little ceramic bowl I'd made and stopped at Home Depot. Parked next to a Model S for the first time :)
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When I returned to the car, the S was just leaving. The driver smiled and waved :D (another first!)

Headed into Tesla then, knowing their lot would be just as crazy as the day before. It was. But when I got there, there was actually a space close to the entry that I grabbed! (in a row of triple parked cars!) Went inside and was greeted like I was a lifelong customer, asked how the last day with the car has been and was graciously thanked for bringing the doc back in. All the while this person obviously had a ton going on, again the lounge was standing room only, other employees were asking her where cars/customers/paperwork was. She finalized my docs and gave me instruction to photograph the paint issues and an email address for their location to send them to.
Came back out to my car, and more cars were added very near behind mine (luckily, there was spare room next to the audi I parked next to, so was able to do some back and forth shuffling toward the Audi in order to make enough room to get past the nose of a car that was sticking out behind me.

Left Tesla to go by my CU and had the car's first parking garage experience! he was super excited (loan agent, not the car for being in a garage) for bringing him a gift, wanted to see pix and was amazed I thought to thank him and bring him something. :)

That evening I had an event in Downtown Ptld, so picked my favorite garage (that was totally not the closest, but close enough) and parked in an open space right next to the empty EV charging spaces. Couple hours later when I returned, the car I parked next to was still there and the EV spaces were still empty, so it looked like it didn't have any movement around it. Going the 20 or so blocks thru downtown to get back to the freeway, encountered an ass-hat in a 4door Mercedes with dealer temp plates on 3 occasions (was he circling the blocks to just zip past me at 40mph?!).

because I am sure this is about to hit the max post length, will carry on with the rest of the weekend following...
 

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Saturday I had plans to go to a hockey game with my sister's family and another couple. the husband from that couple has asked me countless times how much longer until I get the Model 3, so I had already told my sister, that if I didn't have the dang car by the start of hockey season, I would have to skip games until it arrived. haha

So in the morning she texted me asking if we were taking my car, so it could be provided as proof that I had finally gotten it ;) and that there was another event at in the area and parking should be horrible (great). So instead of parking at the arena, we parked a few blocks away in the convention center garage. (3rd parking garage in 3 days!) Following the game, walked back with the other couple to show them the car, they also parked in this garage. His first comment, looking in thru the passenger door, was "isn't having all of that information distracting?". ha. most everyone else seems to think there is not enough in front of the driver. I explained to him it is off to the side, and really all you see when driving is the speed. and he decided that was ok then. ;)
On the freeway back north, a red Model 3 flew by in the fast lane followed very closely by a (the other) M3.

In Vancouver, there are a couple interchanges and on/off ramps right on top of each other, making couple lane changes needed over a pretty short distance, so I normally am watching for who is coming down the on-ramps and slowing down or speeding up to be able to merge into their on-ramp lane (that becomes an offramp soon after)... At this point in us driving back, going around 50mph, I see a pickup coming down the on-ramp just even with me, so I push down the accelerator just a little more. At least the intention was 'a little'. Instead that little extra jolted us forward enough to certainly get in front of the truck. :eek: I actually looked at my sister, who was in the front seat, and after saying I hadn't intended to do that, said "that actually hurt the back of my head hitting the headrest!". hahaa

Today I had random errands to do, so went around town to multiple places, getting to see my first Model 3 while in my Model 3 and to have that driver wave :D, otherwise an uneventful day :)

Oh, and I signed up for TeslaFi Friday evening, so now have a few days of charging sessions recorded and multiple trips entered :)
 

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I also installed the interior vinyl pieces Saturday before Hockey

(can't miss an opportunity to get my glittery epoxy floor in a pix!)


and the rubber cupholder/bin mats from Amazon, the sunglass tray from @chojn1's son

Still have the Blackvue, screen protector, wheel locks, PPF for the door sills, cubby LED lights, puddle lights, and Im sure some things I'm forgetting (my Elon's Musk air freshener is airing out a little before it goes in - he's a little too musky right now).

Oh, and originally (before delivery) planned to clean and clay the car Wednesday evening, ceramic coat it thursday and let it sit to cure. but then remembered the event thursday night I needed to go to, and wanted to see what Tesla said about repairing the chips and the hood fisheye before doing anything.
 

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at the request of the Texans (@GDN, @Quicksilver) request ;) here's my initial impressions on my new, very red, Model 3. So if this is horribly boring, you can blame them :D

Every time I open the door to the garage, the red is still a little startling after being used to a much smaller light silver car sitting there ;)

Delivery (totally a blow by blow of the day, so skim if you want ;) ):
was delayed (but seems that is the new normal) but on the second go around all went relatively smoothly, especially going in with low expectations on customer service, time needed for the delivery, etc.
First, Portland opened a new Service/Delivery center a year or so ago that is not too far from my office. It is in an area by the river, with the access streets getting down to it, very steep (very very steep). My little 5-speed Solstice had a very light weight clutch, that was not very forgiving so I had no interest in just randomly stopping by the Service Center on a trip where I would need to actually drive the Solstice back out ;). So, my second delivery scheduled date was my first time to the new location. It was pretty crazy on how many cars they had squeezed into a lot (and surrounding area!). So much so that I downloaded the last bit of dashcam video before I re-formatted it's memory card.
My delivery appointment was for 1:30p (Wednesday September 26, 2018), and left work around noon (had taken the rest of the day off, as well as Thursday & Friday!). Went by a sandwich shop and picked up lunch and drove across the river toward Tesla. I arrived at Tesla at 12:30p, found a parking space and ate my lunch, downloaded the dashcam clip linked above, re-formatted the dashcam's card and cleared out the history on the car's navigation. Around 1pm I went inside expecting an extra wait, since I was half hour early. I was greeted and checked in told they were a little behind schedule so likely would push my appointment by 15 minutes or so. Without anything else to do the rest of the day, I wasn't really concerned and went and found a section of floor to sit on and see what I may have missed here since the morning ;) Then saw they had a placard with the wifi password, so moved to a barstool/counter and pulled out my (work) laptop, figured may as well use it instead of the phone if it was going to be a little while. Minutes later, was approached to go over my paperwork, then go out to the Solstice to record its mileage, check its VIN, etc. Came back in and expected more waiting and immediately had someone walk up and say "Melinda?". Looked up and it was the Tesla Solar consultant I'd met with earlier this year! He was pulled in to help with deliveries :) We caught up, and again expressed I wish my house was turned 90 degrees to make it more feasible.
Minutes later, the Delivery Specialist who would be going over the car with me came and introduced himself. We went out to the delivery bays (there were two red, one blue ready to go). He first had me open the app to set my phone up, and it then had a red car in it!
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(you can see this was 1:57p, so not bad for a 1:30p appointment!). He proceeded to describe the very basic features. Shortly in, he asked if I've driven a Tesla yet, and I told him I had rented Model 3s two separate times, so then he sped up his into info ;) In setting up the phone as a key, he took the key card folder and rubbed it around on the console. attempting not to gasp at what I knew would be scratches under it, we carried on.
He gave me a couple minutes to look over the car and note any issues. There were a couple fisheye spots in the paint, two by the driver headlight (that are easy to forget about) and a larger one center of the hood that has a white spot 1mm+ across. He said they were within Tesla's tolerances, and I questioned that knowing others have had less imperfections corrected. He left to consult with a supervisor and returned and attempted to photograph them. I also pointed out the console scratches and he returned with a microfiber towel and one of 5 spray bottles. The large scratches totally disappeared, but there were still some that showed up following. He noted it as well. And there were a couple stops with car wrap adhesive goo that he had one of the detailing/shop guys come remove. Initially, the passenger mirror would not move far enough toward the car, but folding and un-folding the mirrors (that produced a weird clunk as if not quite seated right) seemed to have corrected that issue and could then move it equal distance as the driver side.

In the delivery bay
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Sitting in the sun (parked because I remembered my custom plates were still back on the Solstice and went to track my Delivery Specialist down for a screw driver).
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When I departed, the car had 7 miles on the odometer. my house is less than 15 miles away, nearly all by freeway, and the Autopilot had finished its calibrations prior to leaving Oregon (so less than 10 miles! - I actually still haven't used it, but had in the Turo rentals earlier this year). I realized shortly after I left that I had a document that should have been left with Tesla, so called when I got home and was told I could mail it to them or drop it off when convenient. I also took a little time to look over the car more once home noticed a couple others on the leading edge of the trunk (just above the fender/tail lights) on both sides, as if the trunk lid had been resting on a surface. and the passenger side front fender top .point where it meets the A pillar and windshield was missing paint at the very tip. It looked like there was extra thick paint there, and possibly a drip was chipped off. So decided to stop back by the next day (thursday) to drop the doc off and report on the extra paint defects.

Back to Tesla the Next day:
Before going back into Portland, I wanted to get my CUs loan guy a thank you treat, and he had an assortment of cactus and succulents on his desk, so took a little ceramic bowl I'd made and stopped at Home Depot. Parked next to a Model S for the first time :)
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When I returned to the car, the S was just leaving. The driver smiled and waved :D (another first!)

Headed into Tesla then, knowing their lot would be just as crazy as the day before. It was. But when I got there, there was actually a space close to the entry that I grabbed! (in a row of triple parked cars!) Went inside and was greeted like I was a lifelong customer, asked how the last day with the car has been and was graciously thanked for bringing the doc back in. All the while this person obviously had a ton going on, again the lounge was standing room only, other employees were asking her where cars/customers/paperwork was. She finalized my docs and gave me instruction to photograph the paint issues and an email address for their location to send them to.
Came back out to my car, and more cars were added very near behind mine (luckily, there was spare room next to the audi I parked next to, so was able to do some back and forth shuffling toward the Audi in order to make enough room to get past the nose of a car that was sticking out behind me.

Left Tesla to go by my CU and had the car's first parking garage experience! he was super excited (loan agent, not the car for being in a garage) for bringing him a gift, wanted to see pix and was amazed I thought to thank him and bring him something. :)

That evening I had an event in Downtown Ptld, so picked my favorite garage (that was totally not the closest, but close enough) and parked in an open space right next to the empty EV charging spaces. Couple hours later when I returned, the car I parked next to was still there and the EV spaces were still empty, so it looked like it didn't have any movement around it. Going the 20 or so blocks thru downtown to get back to the freeway, encountered an ass-hat in a 4door Mercedes with dealer temp plates on 3 occasions (was he circling the blocks to just zip past me at 40mph?!).

because I am sure this is about to hit the max post length, will carry on with the rest of the weekend following...
Thanks for the great post! The interior shot of the red looks almost maroon in color...like Aggie Maroon! ;) On the outside in the sun, it looks more like a stunning red. Enjoy and look forward to more of your posts!
 

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Thanks for the great post! The interior shot of the red looks almost maroon in color...like Aggie Maroon! ;) On the outside in the sun, it looks more like a stunning red. Enjoy and look forward to more of your posts!
thanks :) so, I work with an A&M alumnus - I'll have to get his impression, since it will be starting to rain here this week, it should look more like that than bright red for the next 6 or so months :) (and glad they got a win this week after a couple tough games!)
 

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thanks :) so, I work with an A&M alumnus - I'll have to get his impression, since it will be starting to rain here this week, it should look more like that than bright red for the next 6 or so months :) (and glad they got a win this week after a couple tough games!)
We've been seeing rain for the past 3 weeks in the Dallas area. It's crazy wet here. I almost feel like we are in Seattle or Portland. :p Yes, glad to see the Aggies win one this week. Of course Bama is almost impossible to beat. Take care!
 
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Woohoo! So awesome to see you finally get your car. It is so great to see people that have been waiting so long finally get these amazing vehicles. We are all extremely lucky people. Now go drive the crap out of that beauty!
 

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We've been seeing rain for the past 3 weeks in the Dallas area. It's crazy wet here. I almost feel like we are in Seattle or Portland. :p Yes, glad to see the Aggies win one this week. Of course Bama is almost impossible to beat. Take care!
hey, I've seen "Dallas Rain" and can tell you with no uncertainty, that your rain is nothing like our light (but constant) drizzle!

When they were still around, I worked for Hollywood Video in their architecture department and often traveled all over the place to stores being built/remodeled/needing to be remodeled/etc) I once had a work trip in and around Dallas (it may have been HOU, but pretty sure it was Dallas) many years ago, likely this time of year and was late afternoon and a beautiful sunny day and me and my coworker asked the store staff where we could go that was 'local' for dinner. he looked at us in horror and said we could not go out that night because a storm was rolling in and we needed to get back to our hotel. We got in the car (under the clear blue sky) and decided he was insane and proceeded to figure out how to get to Gilleys because that seemed like the best Texas sort of thing to do ;). There was a mechanical bull in the corner, and a live band and Shiner Bock after all. It was a huge wide open place, nearly totally empty when we got there at 7pm. ok, maybe people just go out later here, we thought. Then you could hear a very distant thunder and we thought, ok, maybe the video store guy knew there was something coming in, but we are from Portland, we are ok driving in the rain. then next time we looked out, there literally was a solid sheet of water running off the roof. Then the power went out and the backup generator kicked in. By now, there were a few more people around. Then a lightning strike hit the generator and they announced everyone needed to leave since they didn't have power. We looked out the back door, across a gravel lot where we had parked, maybe 30 yards away, and there were lightning strikes hitting the ground between the building and the car! the solid blanket of rain water that was coming off the edge of the roof looked like nothing now. THAT never happens here. I think people think here it rains all the time, and they imagine east coast / south rain and think that is what we have. no, we have light drizzle. maybe for months on end, but it is otherwise pretty harmless ;)
 

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hey, I've seen "Dallas Rain" and can tell you with no uncertainty, that your rain is nothing like our light (but constant) drizzle!

When they were still around, I worked for Hollywood Video in their architecture department and often traveled all over the place to stores being built/remodeled/needing to be remodeled/etc) I once had a work trip in and around Dallas many years ago, likely this time of year and was late afternoon and a beautiful sunny day and me and my coworker asked the store staff where we could go that was 'local' for dinner. he looked at us in horror and said we could not go out that night because a storm was rolling in and we needed to get back to our hotel. We got in the car (under the clear blue sky) and decided he was insane and proceeded to figure out how to get to Gilleys because that seemed like the best Texas sort of thing to do ;). There was a mechanical bull in the corner, and a live band and Shiner Bock after all. It was a huge wide open place, nearly totally empty when we got there at 7pm. ok, maybe people just go out later here, we thought. Then you could hear a very distant thunder and we thought, ok, maybe the video store guy knew there was something coming in, but we are from Portland, we are ok driving in the rain. then next time we looked out, there literally was a solid sheet of water running off the roof. Then the power went out and the backup generator kicked in. By now, there were a few more people around. Then a lightning strike hit the generator and they announced everyone needed to leave since they didn't have power. We looked out the back door, across a gravel lot where we had parked, maybe 30 yards away, and there were lightning strikes hitting the ground between the building and the car! the solid blanket of rain water that was coming off the edge of the roof looked like nothing now. THAT never happens here. I think people think here it rains all the time, and they imagine east coast / south rain and think that is what we have. no, we have light drizzle. maybe for months on end, but it is otherwise pretty harmless ;)
That's a great recollection of what rain is like here in Texas. We just had a big rain storm this past week (been on and off for three weeks) and we lost power for about 6 hours. I think we had something like 7 inches within three days. We typically keep our pool water level low during spring and fall due to the rain. From the middle of our tile to the top of the coping is about 6 inches...so with the past week's rain, I had to drain the pool almost 6 inches to keep it from overflowing. :eek: The rain storms here can be brutal. Oh, and the lightning and thunder is crazy too. It typically rattles the glass doors and windows in our home. I would love a drizzling rain - even over a few days.
 
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That is a beautiful car, @MelindaV!

Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm feeling a bit inspired to tell my delivery story in more detail.
 

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Awesome post/read @MelindaV! Thank you for sharing! That last image in your first post, with the car parked by a MSM Model S is just beautiful... really a great picture of your car. :)
 

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Awesome post/read @MelindaV! Thank you for sharing! That last image in your first post, with the car parked by a MSM Model S is just beautiful... really a great picture of your car. :)
Thanks, and that was me attempting to snap a pix while walking right in front of a moving car (who was obviously paying more attention that I was!)
 
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Good stuff! Don't forget to update your signature from reservation to Model 3!
 

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Melinda
As a long-time, long-suffering “waiter” with you, I’m so glad that you finally have your 3. My wife has a red 3 and she loves it! She’s never been a car person until now. I still love my X. Enjoy!
 

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I’m tickled that your car is so beautiful. I do have a question though... I’ve been unable to get my Tesla app (or my Model 3) to change from “%” of charge to “miles”. Is there a setting or trick I’m missing?
 

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I’m tickled that your car is so beautiful. I do have a question though... I’ve been unable to get my Tesla app (or my Model 3) to change from “%” of charge to “miles”. Is there a setting or trick I’m missing?
Is your car set to % or miles? I wonder if they are tied to each other...?
 

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I suspect they are and I’m just too dumb to know how to change it!
I don’t have my car in front of me, but it’s in the settings on screen — one of the settings cog with more settings areas, possibly under Display
 

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I don’t have my car in front of me, but it’s in the settings on screen — one of the settings cog with more settings areas, possibly under Display
Thank you. I’ll check that!