An English company used to make sidecars for Vespas in the '60s. It was
Whatsonian I think. It was called the Bambini or something like that. I
have seen one and they look very nice. Small fibreglass body in a rounded
style, and matched the style of the Vespa.
I have had two sidecar rigs, not scooters, but they are fun, especially for
Nigel in NZ
--"I had a go at that budgie-jumping.. I don't know who got hurt the
most... me or the budgie" --
> From: Dave@tcon.net
> To: Hans Hartman
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Scooter Sidecar
> Date: Friday, 26 May 2000 11:54
> > OK, I have not yet purchased a scooter, but I am probably going to get a
> Derbi Predator. I Like that one a lot. If that one will not accept a
> sidecar, then that may affect my decision as to which scooter that I
> > Later,
> > Dave@tcon.net
> > Hans Hartman wrote:
> > > > Hello,
> > > > At 17:26 24-5-00 -0700, you wrote:
> > >Has anyone ever heard of a sidecar for a scooter? If so, let me know,
> > >am going to buy one.
> > > > There have been sidecars for scooters as far back as 1950.
> > They were mostly identical to motorcycle sidecars, only smaller wheels.
> > What type of scooter do you have? In Germany somebody builds sidecars
> > all modern scooters too.
> > > > Cheers,
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