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Three years ago today I took delivery of my Karma. It's still as thrilling to drive and gorgeous to me as it was back in 2012. It's amazing how time flies. It seems only appropriate that I saw another Karma in the wild tonight, something that is pretty rare!

In a throwback of sorts, here's the photo album from my delivery day:
My Fisker Karma Photostream

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My three is march 12 I think , wow three year, less then 5000 miles. Once wrapped I shall be driving it more - i was shook up by the rear quarter peppering and decided to wrap before I put more miles on it.
 

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My three years is tomorrow and I am just as pleased with my Karma as you LonePalm. It is still so much fun to drive and still amazes me how much attention it gets on the road as well as in the parking lot. I have over 24k miles driven and have averaged over 200 MPG overall. Just took another trip from San Diego up to Santa Monica for a long weekend. Great Freeway drive even in LA traffic.

Here's wishing you many more Karma years!!!

Still loving the Karma drive.
 

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For my third #Karmaversary , I had to go and visit my Karma in storage. I am happy that my Karma is safe and dry in a nice heated warehouse, while the rest of us are dealing with back-to-back snow blizzards. Still, it was a somber occasion. I am looking forward to the return of spring and the fun of driving the Karma on nice dry roads.
 

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...i was shook up by the rear quarter peppering and decided to wrap before I put more miles on it.
Be aware, I also expel'd after my rear quarters were "speckled". I am very concerned that I can never remove the expel unless I plan to repaint the car. A piece of the expel still chipped up a small flap, with a piece of my paint on in. You should consider touching up any speckles before applying, but I'm not sure this would even help prevent paint peeling if expel was ever removed...?

Anyways, I'd rather have some road rash than never drive it...

19,000 miles and counting.
 

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Be aware, I also expel'd after my rear quarters were "speckled". I am very concerned that I can never remove the expel unless I plan to repaint the car. A piece of the expel still chipped up a small flap, with a piece of my paint on in. You should consider touching up any speckles before applying, but I'm not sure this would even help prevent paint peeling if expel was ever removed...?

Anyways, I'd rather have some road rash than never drive it...

19,000 miles and counting.
Thank you for the input -- it's appreciated.
i had it touched up - that is why i'm not driving it , besides it's winter in virginia and there is so much salt and sand on the ground, peppering would be the least of my concerns at this time :)
 

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Had my 3rd Karmaversary on March 1st. Haven't had and significant issues since the bankruptcy. Love my Karma and drive it almost every day. It now has about 19K miles on it.:)
 

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Had my 3rd Karmaversary on March 1st. Haven't had and significant issues since the bankruptcy. Love my Karma and drive it almost every day. It now has about 19K miles on it.:)
I meant 29K miles, not 19K miles.
 
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