WATSONIAN SQUIRE SIDECARS

Alert!! Brand new Monza sidecar as seen below (keep scrolling!) available to immediate installation, no waiting. Solid black, not two toned as in the image. Call!

About Watsonian-Squire

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Prices shown were set last Summer when the British Pound was very weak. It is rising against the dollar so a current price quote is necessary if you are interested .

These sidecars are complete with all rigging except the bike specific mount kit. The iron that bolts to the bike first, giving us a good, safe, strong place to connect the sidecar. As examples the additional cost of mounts for a Hinkley Triumph T100 Bonneville is $490 and for a late model Harley Electraglide is $950. This includes subframe assemblies as needed.

The Stratford

A new generation of classically styled sidecar, ideally suited to smaller capacity motorcycles thanks to its light weight. Featuring a 16" spoked motorcycle style wheel, valenced mudguard, tubular steel chassis and fiberglass body, a tonneau/cockpit cover is supplied as standard and a convertible top is an optional extra. Easily reached storage behind the seat.

Stratford Dimensions:

> Overall Length 6'4"
> Body width, inc. mudguard 2'5"
> Cockpit width 1'6"
> Leg room from seat back 4'
> Height of screen from road 3'4"
> Weight 150 lbs

COLORS Black or White Gel Coat.

Now, $4,849.50 Plus shipping and applicable taxes from the factory in England. Watsonian gets excellant discounts on shipping and hence it reasonable considering distance/handling involved.

The Meteor

Based on a design dating back to 1946, the original Meteor was built using a batch of RAF Mosquito bomber reserve fuel tanks, which Watsonian bought from the Air Ministry at the end of the Second World War. Made from stretched and spun plywood, the tanks were were light and aerodynamic, so Watsonian adapted them to use as sidecar bodies.

The body shell of the modern Meteor is produced from fiberglass, using a mould taken from one of the original plywood bodies. It sits on a tubular steel chassis, which is uprated from the 1940's design with addition of a shock-absorber and 16″ wheel. A fold-down windscreen is mounted on a cast aluminium bar in front of the cockpit and the seat tilts forward to provide access to storage space behind. 

Very sporty little sidecar would look killer on a Harley Sporster or Hinkley Triumph T100!

Dimensions Meteor

The Grand Prix

The Grand Prix is a single seater sports sidecar, which retains the traditional octagonal nose shape dating from the 1920,s.

This model has a hinged, locking trunk, upholstered bucket seat and polished stainless steel front and rear chassis sections. It has traditional polished aluminium beading on the nose section and cast luggage rails at the rear.
Choice of Classic 10″ steel wheel, Jubilee 15" alloy wheel with stainless steel spokes(as in image) or DL 10″ alloy wheel.

Convertible top and Tonneau/Cockpit cover supplied as standard.

> Tech data GP Classic/DL/Jubilee
> Overall length 85.5"
> Overall width 30"
> Leg room 53"
> Cockpit width 18"
> Seat to roof 28.5"
> Trunk space 23"x16"x16"
> Weight 198lbs

COLORS Black or White Gel Coat

Now, $7,212.00  Plus shipping and applicable taxes from the factory in England. Watsonian gets excellant discounts on shipping and hence it reasonable considering distance/handling involved.

The GP700

This is the wide bodied version of the GP sidecar. It seats an adult and child or two children, while retaining the classic looks of the other GP models.The bench seat has a width of 27.5 at hip height. This sidecar is suitable for compatible motorcycles over 500cc. It has a large, hinged and lockable trunk, polished aluminium beading around the nose and stainless steel front chassis sections. The GP700 weighs 220lbs.
Choose from Classic, Jubilee or DL wheel/mudguard options; supplied with convertible top and tonneau/cockpit cover as standard. These images show 2 of the wheel/fender choices available.

Tech data GP700:

> Overall length 85.5"
> Overall width 40"
> Cockpit width 25.5", Leg room 53"
> Seat to roof 28.5"
> Trunk space 30"x24"x16"
> Weight 220lbs
> Choice of wheel/mudguard; the CLASSIC is a 10" steel wheel with SS trim; the JUBILEE has a 15" alloy rim with SS spokes and the DL is a 10" aluminium wheel.
Any of the 3 choices come at the standard price.

COLORS Black or White Gel Coat

Now, $7,869.00 Plus shipping and applicable taxes from the factory in England. Watsonian gets excellant discounts on shipping and hence it reasonable considering distance/handling involved.

 


This classically styled single seat sidecar has a slightly wider cockpit than the standard GP and Monza and a hinged dash for ease of access. Its design permits the use of a wrap-around windscreen, which gives greater weather protection for the passenger and makes the Monaco a popular choice for touring. It has the option of either a flat or round nose too. The hinged lockable boot comes with cast aluminium luggage rails and the interior has coach-trimmed panels and carpeting. It is supplied with convertible top and tonneau/cockpit cover as standard and customers can choose from Classic, DL and Jubilee wheel options. This is a great 'Grande Touring' , single place sidecar. Roomy, great weather protection and a good match for larger bikes.

This single-seater sidecar has a rounded nose at the front and cast aluminium luggage rails at the back. Access to the trunk is via a hinged seat. The Monza is supplied with an all-weather convertible top and tonneau/cockpit cover as standard.

Dimensions Monza

Now, $6,556.50

Plus shipping and applicable taxes from the factory in England. Watsonian gets excellant discounts on shipping and hence it reasonable considering distance/handling involved.

 

The Minion (my name, Watsonian hasn't named it yet)

A minimalist adventure sidecar . Just recently designed and built. No specs yet from England but know that it is quite light. Great for Ducati as pictured or a Triumph Bonneville,,,or Harley Sportster.

$6235, same shipping,customs, blah, blah as all the above.