Our GoMo campaign starts in a few weeks and, although I've already got the Outlaw Motorcycle Mob I'll be running finished, (I have a Bike, a Trike and a Quad already,) I thought I'd have a stab at making a sidecar as II've been re-enthused to convert some more models using the fantastic GW Ork Warbike set. My basis for this will be an existing Warbike (which looks like the offspring of my old Service Bike and a WW2 Indian). to which I planned to add a scratch built sidecar. I bought some Kromlech Pilot torso's and heads to use for my Bikers (as they all have the Morka Skull on the back of their Kut) which I intend to magnitise to the legs so that when they jump off the bike I can just pop the torso off and onto some Kromlech legs. I think I saw this idea somewhere on the interweb, so a 'Big-Up' to whoever thought of it first. I started off making cardboard mock-ups to get the size of the sidecar roughly right. Actually ... that's a lie. I started off looking at LOADS of pictures of Combo's (Motorcycle sidecar combinations) on the internet, then getting sidetracked onto searching Cosplay sites via a multitude of C.O.D and Borderlands websites, amongst others. Too Big Too Small Too low at the front. As you can see it took me a few attempts to get a size I was happy with. Despite my best efforts, by the time I'd made a plasticard mock-up ... it looked like I was trying to weld a Dwarf gyrocopter to the side. So it was back to the drawing board. Now ... this is where working in renovation comes in really handy. Most of the time we have to make do with whatever we find laying around site to repair something. A rotted bottom rail of a window? Plane down some 4"x2". Need some Victorian 11" skirting board? Glue some architrave to the side of a floorboard. So applying this mentality to my build I thought ... wot wud an Ork Mek do? Simpelz. He'd bolt an existing box, krate or bit of old vehicle onto the bike. Now, had I thought of this before hand I would have saved myself 8 hours of looking at cats riding surfboards, dogs rescuing cats from surfboards, and would still be unaware of the 28 reasons not to move to Australia.