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mrbills01
Posted 8/10/2017 2:24 PM (#94584)
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Do to health I am forced to sell my rig. 2008 Honda Goldwing with 2009 Sidecar. About 22K on odometer in excellent condition. With all the accessories you ever wanted in a rig. Easy steer, car leveling for road conditions, convertible and closed with Air-conditioning and Heat. Large storage arears. If you ever wanted to travel across the country, this is the rig to do it with. $27K OBO Located in Freeport FL and must pickup at this location



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bentleyssq
Posted 8/13/2017 7:30 AM (#94619 - in reply to #94584)
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Just a question, I live in Florida and have been searching the Internet for an A/C unit but have had no luck. By the way, Beautiful Rig you have there.
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mrbills01
Posted 8/13/2017 4:46 PM (#94627 - in reply to #94584)
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I am trying to expand the picture to see what you have and can't do it. Tell me something about your rig and I will see if I can help. BILL
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bentleyssq
Posted 8/14/2017 5:27 PM (#94644 - in reply to #94584)
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Thanks Bill. The sidecar is a Hannigan Astro 2+2 ,with a 1995 GL1500.
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bentleyssq
Posted 8/14/2017 5:29 PM (#94645 - in reply to #94584)
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1995GL1500 with Hannigan Astro2+2.



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mrbills01
Posted 8/14/2017 10:59 PM (#94654 - in reply to #94584)
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ok had to start allover again as my son switch me from Yahoo to Google, now I have a learning curve. I will get back to you in a few days. BILL
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mrbills01
Posted 8/15/2017 9:56 PM (#94669 - in reply to #94584)
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I checked the internet for a auto type air handler that can convert to Ice water circulation and as close as I can get is $398 and you have to do a lot of work to hook it up. I checked with Hannigan ad they have a price of $695 plus labor. I think it is best you try to make a deal with them and I will tell you what to improve the system as I did to mine a passed the drawing to them to help it work better, I hope they included it in there setup as it is much more efficient as I was in the air-conditioning business retired now. BILL
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Al Olme
Posted 8/15/2017 10:04 PM (#94670 - in reply to #94669)
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Consider a heater core from a breaker's yard. It will have the fan and the core. You'll probably have to build an enclosure. The ice and water is in the trunk and you can run lines carrying glycol [sp?] or some similar medium.
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mrbills01
Posted 8/15/2017 10:48 PM (#94671 - in reply to #94584)
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Yes I Know as I converted my system to improve it. I think it is more work and cost to do it your self. But if you have the skill and time I say go for it and if I can help let me know. BILL
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mrbills01
Posted 8/15/2017 10:56 PM (#94672 - in reply to #94584)
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PS. Ice water only as you will have to empty water and add new ice when on the road, did a 1700 mil trip and as I ran out of cool I needed gas and Ice at the same time. The Wife and Dog loved it and I sweat my ass off out side. BILL
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bentleyssq
Posted 8/19/2017 4:49 PM (#94741 - in reply to #94584)
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Thanks Bill, I've seen the ice water ones and am looking into them. Also found a new company makes a portable AC for 110v. It's a startup company but I emailed them and asked some questions. Will be watching them to see if they go to 12v type also or maybe a converter option. NOT an Electrical Engineer here.
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jwshort
Posted 8/19/2017 5:44 PM (#94742 - in reply to #94741)
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I appears that you folks are looking for something that already exists in the aviation catalogs. Sporty's Pilot Shop has such for small aircraft. Of course you have to pay extra for the FAA approval but it is basically an ice chest with piping that runs through a bed of ice. They come in 12V because not all small aircraft are 24V. They are called Arctic Air and range from $545 up
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mrbills01
Posted 8/19/2017 6:14 PM (#94743 - in reply to #94741)
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Be interesting to see. When you get information please let me know. BILL
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prmurat1
Posted 8/21/2017 2:51 PM (#94766 - in reply to #94584)
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What are the justifications for the asking price? Money invested? Blue book value? Roll of the dices?
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mrbills01
Posted 8/21/2017 6:39 PM (#94770 - in reply to #94584)
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It is what it took to put all that together. Over $45K. It has all the options that can make it a enjoyable ride and you can't hardly get out of a gas station with out having a picture show. It is a reasonable price and there is no book to look at with that setup . Every thing is in excellent condition. I hope that was not a antagonizing question for a serious deal. BILL
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MIKEKGP
Posted 8/22/2017 10:08 AM (#94781 - in reply to #94584)
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Good reply Bill. I think the Goldwing 1800 is the best tug out there. Everything else is a step below.
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prmurat1
Posted 8/22/2017 8:50 PM (#94791 - in reply to #94584)
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This was not an antagonizing question: I like your rig and just try to justify how a 2008 used bike at a max of $13880, on KBB, and a Hanningan at $3350 (KBB again), EZ steer at $995 (new), lift at $1000 (new) and a couple of accessories can be priced at $27,000. How can I insure this rig for this amount? I am afraid that the "cool" aspect in front of the gas pump won't do it alone.
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mrbills01
Posted 8/22/2017 9:07 PM (#94792 - in reply to #94584)
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27K or best offer. You seem upset, it is negotiable. If interested let me know. We will see where it goes. BILL
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mrbills01
Posted 8/22/2017 9:11 PM (#94793 - in reply to #94584)
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You are right but you left out the AC and sport seat intercom and more. AS for insurance you tell the company what you want and if you can handle it, go for it. BILL
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Al Olme
Posted 8/22/2017 10:05 PM (#94794 - in reply to #94793)
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One of the things that is NEVER figured in to the sale price of a sidecar rig is the cost of mounts [not part of the KBB price] and mounting. Also not in the KBB price is custom paint and sidecar accessories like electric lean, ground effects and interior lighting. I'm not saying that the price is right, I'm just pointing out the errors in sources like KBB. They're good with autos but their sidecar expertise leaves a lot to be desired.

It's pretty clear that the seller took the original price and discounted it 40%. That might be right or wrong but the numbers work.

Let's keep this thread polite.

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prmurat1
Posted 8/24/2017 12:53 PM (#94818 - in reply to #94584)
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Thank you mrbills01 for your negotiation offer... with already 6 sidecars in the garage I am out of space as now (even my neighbor had to help me and got one in her garage!) and I must pass on yours.
I am "kind of" aware of prices for any accessories/mountings etc on a sidecar but thank you to the "admin" for mentioning that again. BTW: the only non polite thing I am seeing here is to remind posters to be "polite".

Good luck with the sale.
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