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Hi all. I been lurking around here for a year and never posted. 'Bout time I introduced myself. I'm Kevin, ride a 84 standard with sidecar attached. Needs a starter (I had to push start it most of last year) and some paint but its a great runner and not quite the old Buick it appears to be.


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Welcome to the Site!!
Welcome from Kentucky.
Welcome from Baltimore Ontario.
Welcome from the west side of Canada.
Greetings, and welcome from Massachusetts.
Greetings from Fredericton New Brunswick

Guest

Greetings from the WET coast of Canada.
Gretings Roach! Looks like a fun ride you have there.

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Welcome from UpState NY.
The side car is GREAT!
Welcome Roach from NW Ohio. Nice ride!
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Another big welcome from the west coast of Canada!
Cool bike!
Welcome from South Arkansas.
Hello and welcome. So give us an idea of what it's like to pull around a sidecar next to a naked 1200. :?:

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My dad bought this bike and sidecar brand new. He hasn't ridden much lately so I talked him out of it. I was riding it more than he was anyway. He has a volkswagen trike. It will stay in the family for as long as I can keep her running. Both my kids have eyes on it.

It was a big bike back in 84. But I parked next to a Valk last summer and it looked puny even with the sidecar. Just the right size for me, plenty of oomph. I can't see needing 1800 cc.
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