Cool. I hope you've either ridden one before or know what's in store, they're crazy things! Be careful.Beautiful sidecar. . .looks great with the Thruxton. I'm having Dauntless Motors in Washington state build me an M72D sidecar for my '07 Bonnie. They're going to match the Goodwood Green paint.
The car should be ready on or about 5 October for shipment to Adamson Susquehanna Cycle in Red Lion PA for installation.
I'm really excited and anxious. I'll post pics upon receipt.
Thanks Lake! I think I'm going to try to find something stateside although I was looking at some of the pictures of their older side cars and building one wouldn't be that difficult I just need to find an old frame to put the body on or fab one. There is some really cool stuff on that site.Hi Klantz
I've only just seen this but if you're after one of the sidecars, and this is a Meteor, you can get them from Charnwood Classics near Leicester, England. They will colour match it for you, including the transfers, and I think they do left hand and right hand sidecars depending on where you are in the world (probably export too). A word of caution though, add about £1,000 onto the advertised price for paint, fittings, steering damper, etc (so it isn't cheap).
Great fun, I got mine for my 5yr old son and he loves it.
I've got some 3-wheel experience with a Honda 3-wheeler before they got banned. . .Cool. I hope you've either ridden one before or know what's in store, they're crazy things! Be careful.
For sure Lake, I used the one that came with it at first but in looking at other rigs and getting good advice from the Hack forum over at ADV riders it was the best thing to do to put a proper mount on. That mount in the first pictures was actually a factory mount, since I've been into the sidecars I've looked around on the net and found two other similar front mounts on other cars that were up for sale or purchased so it seems at the time the cars were made, that was the existing technology of the day (1972).That's better, it'll stop any flexing - very sturdy looking.