Hi Kenny Ray. How's things. Well, it looks like we are selling off a smart car as our logistical need for three cars is changing. I know you had some interest at one time. If you are interested and want specifics, pictures. Maintenance records etc. Apparently it's worth around 6500 to 7000 so we'll put the price around there. What say yee? Want to adapt a little Canadian diesel?
sorry I missed your message, I've actually been back to the states for a week. smarts are rare here. I've seen a few 451s maybe a half dozen or so. I think your best bet is to use the USPO through the military and order the bracket from the states. My guess is the only thing you might be able to get here is custom. I really don't know about who is representing smart over here as I didn't bring mine with me! I'm driving a Matiz! I've been here almost 6 years, but I think my gig is up come January!
I was provided you name here at SMOA. Im in the military and just arrived in South Korea, I was told you are the go to guy for all things here in the ROK. Im trying to register my car on Post and local and require a front license plate bracket. Is there anywhere I can go to get one local. I thought I read in a paper that Kia motors was the ROK Smart authorized dealer? Will they be able to assist?
thanks Edith, 0104972 7443.
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well, the same things that are similar to ADD, seem to also allow bursts of very intense focusing. I am able to see things [in my mind] in 3-D in a way that few people are. So, as an engineer, I've used those abilities to design and analyze some very complex problems and have made myself valuable by learning how to do analysis and do model symulations of aircraft structure. It isn't easy, but if you want something, then you have to just stick to it and gut it out (like college -- was wasn't fun, or even remotely easy, but it was necessary). Sure, I'll always be a bit of a day-dreamer, but there ain't nothing wrong with that!
I do recommend that you do the toughest thing your mind will allow. The harder the problems that you can solve the more valuble you an be and the more you can demand ($) in the market place. It's not something I brag about on the board, but just to let you know as a freelance structural analyst I make over $200K a year, and when I'm working out of the country it can be from $250K to nearly $300K. I do work a lot of hours, but if you want to get ahead financially, you got to get after it.