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Valkrider
Posted 10/27/2016 5:33 PM (#91243)
Subject: Old Hitchhiker


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Found the linked Hitchhiker car on CL. https://wichita.craigslist.org/mpo/5835639003.html Not good pictures and the owner says he doesn't know much about it. Seems to be missing the windshield and he says his son repainted it black. I'm guessing a rattle can job. Comes with some kind of universal mounts that have in turn been used on a Harley, a Goldwing and recently a Valkyrie. It's a 3 hour trip to go look at at. Worth the trip? I know little about sidecars but have the bug and would like something inexpensive to try before committing to a nicer rig. I realize no one can evaluate the price fairness without seeing the car but typically would you say the price is out of line for what it appears to be? I do know he's asking way too much for the valkyrie it was attached to. I ride one and that is two to two and a half thousand too much for a Valk standard. I have no problem offering him less.

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Fly
Posted 10/28/2016 10:31 AM (#91252 - in reply to #91243)
Subject: RE: Old Hitchhiker


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Mike, as much as I like Hitchhikers $1200 is way too much for what I can see
in the pics. It looks pretty rough. No windshield, no running light. you can't see the interior.
I would keep looking.
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jwshort
Posted 10/28/2016 11:28 AM (#91256 - in reply to #91243)
Subject: Re: Old Hitchhiker


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I would be ashamed to publish those pictures but what little I can make out he is high on his price. You would have to put good money after bad money to have a satisfactory rig. Besides - he has run this sidecar on three heavy bikes. There might be some other damage to the frame or suspension.
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Valkrider
Posted 10/28/2016 12:25 PM (#91257 - in reply to #91256)
Subject: Re: Old Hitchhiker


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My thanks to both of you for your wise counsel You're correct of course. I just get over excited when anything reasonably close shows up. I'm going to pass on this one.
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