In the early part of the 20th Century, motorcycling became a family activity. The most comfortable way to share your adventures on wheels with your wife, children and friends was to attach a sidecar to your motorcycle. Then during WWII the military found this setup one of the most convenient ways for ground transportation and reach the enemy lines. Some keep the nostalgia of these vintage sidecars now quite difficult to find and restore. If sidecar frames can be found in fairly repairable condition, gondolas are almost always in very bad shape.
Two Polish guys, with a fascination for vintage sidecars, Wojtek Wojtanowski and Lukasz Kropornicki (not easier to type than to pronounce), decided to create and offer exact replicas of the Harley-Davidson sidecars produced between 1936 and 1958. And they do it, as often as possible, respecting technologies and practices associated with the traditional manufacturing process of that period. The result is sidecars that conforms as closely as possible to the originals.
They ship sidecar frames, gondolas, upholstery, spare wheel mounting kits, etc all over the world in boxes with metal construction for protection. You’ve got a Harley between 1936 and 1958. They sell everything to turn it in a perfect sidecar replica, Sidecar Replica Poland. (price in dollars. 1 euro = 1.36 US dollars)