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bobsnicholson

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make of sidecar outfit

A merry christmas to all,

This is a long shot. Recently we were in Javea Spain. Parked up near the beach was this bright yellow BMW 1250 RT sidecar outfit that was simply stunning The owner, wife and child were packing up to leave.

Difficult to descride the outfit other than it was ultra modern, the sidecar could have been a modern mini bond bug (sorry for the younger ones that have no idea what a bond bug was/is). The bike had all the bits for distance touring. When the lady and child were in the sidcar they looked so comfortable. The bike had German plates. I am desperate to find out the maker of the outfit (didn't have my camera and was so taken with looking at it never thought of asking the guy) Sooooooooo can anybody give me names of outfit makers in Germany or anywhere in europe that might do fancy modern sidecar outfits. Fingers crossed.

Keep it safe.:doubt:

Santa Bob 

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paulderekjohnson

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Well

From the Bond Bug description,I'd guess it was an EML.

However,assuming it isn't a Merlin,you should find it in this list....

http://www.sidecarjohn.co.uk/tradelinks.html

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

This one???

Spotted this in the motorcycle museum car park near Guadalest in September.

The family had their lunch in the restaurant next door.

Could well be the one you are on about!

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

A bit more

Zoomed in on the photo and found the name 'Muskok' on the seat.

Found this link on a forum, but it's in French!!
Parlez Vous sidecars?   There's one fixed to a busa too.

There is also a Muskok sidecar page on facebook.  I'm sure you'll get your answers on there.

Good luck. :sunglasses:

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

PDJ

Charnwood Classic's were sold as a going concern, when the owner retired recently.  Sadly, the company seems to have folded now.


However, the original owner has found it hard to do nothing, so may well build some one-offs if asked.  (I have his home contact details!)

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paulderekjohnson

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Erm....

.....thanks. Though not sure why you're telling me this as I have no fancy for a chair. Well,I might,but I have enough friends who can manufacture a good outfit if I fancy one. :smile

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Sorry

Only commented, as it was on the list you posted.  Thought you might have an interest!

(Please ignore :wink:)

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bobsnicholson

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confirmed

That's the bugger. Many thanks. Will now chase up Mushkok??.

Ninja, been in the motor bike museum at Guadalest many times over the years.

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