I cannot believe the same thing happened again. On August 10th, I purchased a 2013 Model S85 CPO (Located in DC, White, Pano, Tan Leather, Tech Package, Air Suspension, 41k miles, $49,800, P05733. A week later, I got a call from my CPO guy saying the car was rear ended in preparation, causing 18k of damage. So it was back to the drawing board. On September 9th, I met with my CPO guy in person. He found me a 2013 P85 not listed on Tesla's website (Located in New York, Metallic Gray, Pano, Black performance Leather, Tech Package, Air Suspension, Sound Studio Package, Rear Facing Seats, Carbon Fiber Spoiler and Yacht Floor, 42k miles, $56,000, P13268). I received a call today that this car was involved in an accident during preparation, with airbag deployment. Is this really possible? I am totally beyond frustrated right now for several reasons. First, even if I pick out another one, it will be another 3 weeks or so down the road before I get the car. Possibly a problem with my trade in (a Dodge Challenger) because (according to carmax when I had it appraised a month ago) it's a seasonal car, meaning my trade in value may be significantly less in three weeks from now than it was a month ago. I really believe in this company, as the model S is a phenomenal car. My cpo guy has been really nice and easy to work with. But at the end of the day, I am back to square one right now, the same place I was before August 10th. This has affected me, as I have spent a lot of my free time these past few months looking for the right one. I just don't know what to do right now.