Greetings! I thought I would post some pictures and notes on my install of a Watsonian Squire Grand Prix Classic side car on a 2007 Triumph Bonneville Black (as it was known at the time). It serves to show how I performed the installation, as someone who has never installed or set up a side car before. I have ridden many texts on the subject, and I have in mind a procedure for the alignment which will become apparent in due course. I bought the Triumph brand new in 2007, and it now has about 45,000 miles on it, and is going strong. It has had some modifications over the years, but with the acquisition of some other bikes was not getting ridden as much. After a nasty accident in 2016, I haven't been riding so much because my left leg isn't very flexible, making putting my foot down a bit awkward. Last year I tried riding a Suzuki GS850G with a Spirit Eagle sidecar on it, and really enjoyed it, so I thought that this might be a way to get back in the saddle and get the Bonneville back in use. That's the back story! TL;DR. Anyway, after looking around at the various side car options, and after trying to find a Hedingham to no avail (someone even tried to scam me , but at least I didn't get taken in by that), I settled on a Watsonian Grand Prix Classic. From an aesthetics standpoint I would really have liked a Meteor, those are just beautiful, but I decided would be too small for the wife. Decision made, money parted with, and in due course the side car showed up, very nicely crated. The following pics I already posted, but are here for completeness to show you how it is packaged. I ordered the side car with a fitting kit made to suit my year of Bonneville, to try and make installation easier, and avoid making custom brackets - although I have the wherewithall to do that if necessary.