It was good to finely meet you and your son. Thanks for helping to keep the line together on the ride to Marblehead Light. The last time I was there in January I was following and not seeing all the landmarks.
Regarding the photo, if Doenut were coming at me I'd have to change Piglet's name to Chicken and see who blinks first and Wikkid could pick up the pieces ;-)
My name is natty and I see you're from New Hampshire (one of the states I've been dying to visit) :)
anyways, I've been trying to find more participants from the New England area to take my Smart Car owner survey. This is for a marketing strategy plan that I have to do for one of my classes at Fordham University. It'll only take a few minutes and my group and I would really love to hear from you. :)
Just copy and paste this link onto your browser.
I've been also eyeing the 'Speedy's for quite some time and end up buying privately from a SCOA member. So far I'm quite satisfied with the wheels. Handles way better on the hwy/freeway. Looks nice too... As for tires I am running 195 40 17 front, and 205 35 17 rear Yoko’s S drives. I did not modify my suspension and noticed no rubbing. I will post more pics soon.
I didn't do anything special to the picture or the car. The picture was taken near Rocky Mountain National Park 2 weeks after I bought the car. It still had that 'showroom quality' look. The only other thing I can attribute the shine to is the fact that it had snowed in the morning before the bright sunshine came out. The interaction between light and moisture probably helped the luster as well.
Sorry I don't have any tips for you. I hope you are enjoying your Smart!
Welcome to the site, and the wonderful world of Smart Cars. This is a very good site with good information and nice people. When you get a chance join the Mass. & New England groups on this site. We do Smart Car Ralliies throughout New England once the winter breaks. We have a great NH turnout at our rallies. Well once again welcome, enjoy the site and Herbie.