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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
nice of you to share it
awesome looking rig
Here is a "family collection" of sidecars over two generations
My dad and I in 1967
...after. Dad's Moto-Guzzi project.
Dad in the late 1950's
Mom, somtimes in the mid '70s at the "Elefantentreffen" at Nuerburgring/Germany.
Yours truly, 2010
Thomas, the first pic fullfills perfectly the thread title
I'm sure getting old, what can I say...
P.S: I'll be back in HH beginning of May
Just visited your blog, you are leaving s. th. to chance on that trip.
Hi Shortstuff, your subframe photos didn't get posted. I also would like to see them, to compare them to my rig. Thank you.
I do like all that white! What a cruiser.. Send us a link to your photos...
Don in Nipomo
Sorry I have not been able to upload the photos. I will try to take new ones with a different camera or use a different computer tomorrow.
Wingincamera- we met at Chelan last year I think. We were the couple that did the video recording for you. We hope to get there again this year but will depend on weather. We currently still have 3 feet of snow and are fervently hoping spring will arrive soon!
I feel for you. We had a little snow and rain this winter, but seeing what the rest of the country had to deal with we can only count our blessings. I bet snow shovels are in short supply. We do remember you and your great taste in bikes and sidecars
Hope to see you again in Chelan.
I just got this project all hooked together about 2 hours ago.I built everything except the tub and the sidecar torsion bar suspension.It still needs to be wired,painted and sorted ( LOTS OF SORTING ).But 1 1/2 months of eating,sleeping and living this project has finally come to this..THE FIRST RIDE !!!!!.
Another veiw !!!
Reuben Jim and I went for a short ride up on Jack's Mountian yesterday...spring is coming to Central Pa. honest.
Just back from an every day trip to the grocery store, made more enjoyable by riding.
Nice ride exhaust nut!
Don in Nipomo
Here's some variety for you. A BMW 1150R set-up for back country. It's done all around Mexico and South America. Heading to Africa next.
More !!! More !!! More !!!
OK, a few more miles of smiles.