Butch, I don't know if you are still seriously considering one of these Urals. But there are a few things you should know prior to purchase. If you have got a lot of time on two wheels, three wheels feels really odd. When I first got mine, I actually thought "Oh My God What Have I Done ?" You crack open the throttle, it pulls to the right; let off on the throttle it pulls to the left.
The side car amplifies the noise of the motor into your right ear and until you are used to flying the car, right turns are a real nail biter. The side car wheel is in front of the rear wheel of the bike, so when you hit a bump, it is kind of a rolling motion. And, I must confess, I have yet to see a "normal" individual riding a Ural. We all appear to be a bit off.
Now with all that crappy stuff out of the way. I (now) love mine! It's extremely reliable in a tractor kind of way. You will definitely be able to fit as much gear as you want; either in it, on it or behind it. It is the only motorcycle I have ridden that everyone seems to like. It is rare that I pull into a gas station and not be accosted with friendly smiles and questions.