I know that this list is primarily adventure rigs but I wanted to add my build on my street bike. Hey, every ride is an adventure. I was moving my Champion Escort from my airhead to my oilhead and Bill Draper offered to assist. Knowing that Bill has put together 3 great looking/handling rigs, I agreed. Before my DMC subframe arrived we had the bike in Bill's shop. We removed the triler hitch and the side panels to get ready. Bill couldn't help himself and spent some time cleaning all the newly exposed places on the bike and sidecar frame. When the subframe arrived we began installing it. Many trips to the hardware store and some tweaking, we had the subframe on. Apparently Champion makes to different frames, one for Goldwings and one for everything else. My sidecar came off a Goldwing and I have an everything else. After a lot of head scratching, cardboard mockups and discussions, we decided on a plan with lots of cutting and fabricating. Almost as soon as I got home, Bill called with a much simplified plan using 2"X1/4" angle. Bill aquired the steel from a friend at a machine shop and set to work. The front mounts on the car were way to far forward for the mounts on the tug and the rear upper strut looked like it would benefit from the bottom being moved rearward. This is as far as we are so far. We are awaiting a lower mount and hope to finish the frame install this weekend. The body is back from the painters and looks great. Now if we could just get it on the road, I would be one happy campare.