This sidecar motorcycle called Snaefell is based on a modified 1976 Laverda. It was built by French motorcyclist Francois Knorreck.
He made several modifications to his Laverda to convert it into a sport bike that he liked. Around 1993, he came up with the idea of adding his own hand-crafted sidecar to the Laverda, and after 10 years, 10,000 hours of work, and $21,000 investment, he finally finished his project—a Laverda motorcycle that looks more like an expensive Italian sports car.
The Snaefell Laverda sidecar has parts from Audis, BMWs, and Volkswagens, and has a doors Laborghini style. By: leatherup