Performance, economy, versatility, handling, style, verve, sensibility, and fun!
Oh, the places we'll go! Venturing through life's portals into a new adventure. I got a brand new 2 Four roller skate, you got a "brand new key? I think that we should get together and try them out and see..." I love the central coast of California and am enjoying life ultimately in my pocket car.
My utility trailer came from Northern Tool Co, 3 boxes that fit into my smart. Yes, you have to assemble it yourself but common hand tools are all you need. The kit only includes the frame & wiring, wood is extra so you can customize as you wish. The hitch is by Curt, a couple holes that are in the car frame match the hitch's holes but the frame holes need to be modified, the instructions mention how. You'll need jackstands to get under the car or know someone with a lift. Wiring the trailer is relatively straightforward, the wire can be accessed behind the panels you would use to change the light bulbs in the rear. I used some of the trailer harness wire to make a 2 short pigtails with a polarized plug set on each attached to the light wiring and the polarized socket to the rest of the car to trailer wiring to make a removable car to trailer harness. I store the harness and hitch ball in the tailgate compartment.