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The girlfriend rode thru Sturgis on her way back from the third annual all indian ride in Minnesota.

They had sidecars for sale. Not a Polaris product. They are hydraulic to balance weight.

You can have one for a mere $12,000.00
 

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Go to Tytlers Cycle facebook page to see the hannigan a customer put on his indian chief, he had everything on it for 11k. Looked really nice
 
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DMC Sidecars in Enumclaw, WA is building a replica of a 1940 Indian Princess sidecar. Price starts at about $6K. However they will not be available until Feb 2015. I'm ordering my next week.
 

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I'm going to call Hannagan next week to schedule my Vintage for one of theirs. It rides so good I almost hate to do it but that's why I bought it.
 

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DANG! Nice looking! But, here in Australia, we would have to mount them on the LEFT of the bike....maybe a problem, maybe not! I'm keeping a close eye on these - very nice!
 

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DMC Sidecars in Enumclaw, WA is building a replica of a 1940 Indian Princess sidecar. Price starts at about $6K. However they will not be available until Feb 2015. I'm ordering my next week.
PLEASE tell me you're going to post pictures of this!!!
 

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Wonder if these would be any good on a Indian Scout assuming they could be adapted to the left


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DANG! Nice looking! But, here in Australia, we would have to mount them on the LEFT of the bike....maybe a problem, maybe not! I'm keeping a close eye on these - very nice!
I know somebody here in adelaide who got an indian sidecar on his heritage imported from the usa and he his very happy with it, he said you need to find the right people to fit the thing if not fitted right it is a pain. He is very happy and I am looking also to import one if you find anymore info please let me know it would be interesting to see all those indians with sidecar's in down under:)
 

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Quite a story behind the DMC Tomahawk SE, and worth a little research. I ordered mine pre-production - and happy I did. They just posted pictures of the first unit in basic black. They will also match to the Indian front valence if desired, and the Interior for the Vintage will match the Desert Tan. Sky's the limit on paint.

Tomahawk SE Sidecar
 
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