Terry Sapko Look close she has made many fine changes to this Side Kick. very cool Terry
Dan and Mary McCullough Built this fine looking Sk with rear facing seat and picnic box. My guess would be some thing to do with grand kids.
Bryan Frinks Stunning electric Side Kick , renamed T-4-2
Rudi crest has answered the question ,
can you add a trailer to a Side Kick?
quite well I might add.
Bob Hopper Illustrates the versatility of an sk , I think both bare bones left and all dressed up it is an exceptional Job.
I be willing to bet the wife had some thing to do with this.
Michael Bain Highly modified Electric drive Sun Coaster.
Ed Saddlemyer’s Sidekick. Note the seats and gear shift.
Here is my sidekick I completed in March of this year. I know you must be getting several requests from Rigby, Idaho because every time we drive it we get requests. I could have sold a dozen of these!
I have enjoyed this very much. We find ourselves running errands all over town instead of taking the car.
Notice the Chrysler hood ornament and our custom license plate. That’s my daughter, who loves to ride with me also. Thanks for the great design, Terry Kofoed
Thanks Terry for the good word. Your attractive daughter and that sporty red bike, I have no doubt will draw attention. Very cool. Regards Dan
Rick Knysz instructor, wrote
I just thought you might like to see the bike cars we worked on this year in our Engineering and Design class here in Fremont Michigan, They have gone over quite well with a lot of positive comments from Staff and Administration, Thanks for all your help…
I must say I am very impressed with what this class did with the Baja, absolutely stunning guys. Dan
Hey Dan, My Side-Kick was most viewed at Beecher Car Show last year out of 84 cars.
I entered as a hybrid, hope you can see the picture. Later, Jon McCarthy
Way to go! Jon
Grady Womble sent these pictures of a modified Side Kick , The first
4 passenger to my knowledge. But wait! Adjustable seats? Very cool!
Another first adjustable seats, see Help page