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MoM
Posted 8/9/2017 9:26 AM (#94550)
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Hi - Who knows what make and model of sidecar this is? Thank You - Mike



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MoM
Posted 8/10/2017 9:36 PM (#94594 - in reply to #94550)
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Wow, 82 views and not one reply. Maybe a rare one off shop built?
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Al Olme
Posted 8/10/2017 10:27 PM (#94595 - in reply to #94594)
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It looks like parts of several sidecars. Maybe take some more pictures from different angles.
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MoM
Posted 8/10/2017 10:43 PM (#94596 - in reply to #94550)
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Below is the link to the sellers CL ad. Sellers says "paper work" states that it is SoA Eagle however I cannot find a Spirit of America sidecar that looks like this one. GoTo https://flint.craigslist.org/mcy/d/sidecar-for-sale/6254579969.html
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jwshort
Posted 8/11/2017 11:21 PM (#94605 - in reply to #94550)
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I have had a Spirit of America. This has only a vague resemblance in the nose but the luggage area is no resemblance to anything I have seen. This may be a prototype.
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MoM
Posted 8/11/2017 11:39 PM (#94606 - in reply to #94605)
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Hi Will - That's basically why I posted this item wondering if someone may actually be able to identify it as a one off unit. To me it looks like a combination SoA and original style Hitchiker. I appreciate your contribution, thanks.
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jaydmc
Posted 8/14/2017 12:39 PM (#94639 - in reply to #94550)
Subject: Re: Identify Sidecar - Picture Attached


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Front part of sidecar is a SOA Eagle, rear has been customized. Fender is not the SOA fender, Frame looks like a Hitchhiker style. Hitchhiker did sell plans for their frames. In other words its a bitsa.
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MoM
Posted 8/14/2017 1:34 PM (#94641 - in reply to #94639)
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Hi Jay - I'd sorta/kinda came up with the same conclusion. It's interesting (to me anyway). Thank You - Mike
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sidehacker51249
Posted 8/16/2017 1:03 AM (#94673 - in reply to #94550)
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With a square tube frame I'd say it's more of a ride by side style pre Texas sidecar
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