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GearHeadDiver
Posted 8/12/2017 10:02 AM (#94608)
Subject: Car identification


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I didn't think so, but is this in fact a BMW (Steib) sidecar?
if not, any idea on mfg.?


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Al Olme
Posted 8/12/2017 10:11 AM (#94609 - in reply to #94608)
Subject: RE: Car identification


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It is not. BMW never made sidecars for sale. They did rebrand Steib sidecars and resell them. I could easily be wrong but I believe that the only civilian version sold was the BMW "Special" which was a rebranded Steib TR 500. There are other folks out there who can probably add to or correct this.
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GearHeadDiver
Posted 8/12/2017 10:24 AM (#94610 - in reply to #94608)
Subject: Re: Car identification


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Oops, I typed BMW. ..meant to say Steib.
Doesn't look like a Steib to me (fender, mount, shape)
As well, it appears to be fiberglass?



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GearHeadDiver
Posted 8/12/2017 10:34 AM (#94611 - in reply to #94608)
Subject: RE: Car identification


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And the price! LMAO
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