Hi Inmates, Do you ever think about "the one that got away"? That's how I feel about this sidecar rig that was for sale on AdvRider: DMC Sidecar with lots of farkles listed: Side Door $95.00 Interior Carpeting $155.00 Trunk Carpeting $95.00 Sidecar Brake, Brembo Hydraulic $650.00 Electric (Hydraulic) Trim, Adjusts sidecar suspension with the touch of a button while riding $825.00 It has electric-hydraulic trim on the wheel as well as the sidecar angle. Very convenient for on the fly adjustments. Front Kodiak Rack $250.00 Rear Rack, Heavy Duty, Hinged on the Sidecar Body $395.00 Passenger Grab Bar $150.00 Front Bumper with Halogen Driving Lights $300.00 Electric Winch $500.00 (never used) with red canvas protection cover Tow Hook $45.00 Seat Belt $75.00 Rotopax LoX Pack mount $60.00 2 x 1 Gallon Gasoline Rotopax cans (never used) $120.00 Sidecar Extras per DMC website: $4,115.00 I've always loved Triumphs, and have owned 3 of them. It made me wonder if I could sell my existing 2012 Ural, and buy or build a slightly more highway capable Triumph rig (read: can go 75 mph up hill, not a world traveller). So, I'm reaching out to more experienced sidecar aficionados than myself for some advice... If you were building a budget friendly (<$12k???) Triumph sidecar rig, what bike would you pick and why? I not able to take on a weeks / months long project; I've got 3 young sons and not enough time to wrench. I could handle a few weekends adding prefabricated mounting brackets, adjusting a sidecar setup, or doing some wiring, but don't have time for a bunch of grinding, welding, or lathe work. I need to be real about my current limitations, or it will be a non-starter. So... thoughts?