First, the source of your concern here lacks credibility--note in the listing that their Ebay "reputation" is a dismal 85%....not very good by Ebay standards at all--and I certainly wouldn't buy a bike (or most anything else) from them with that score.
While the VN750 can indeed make a good lady's bike, I think you've touched onto something that is evidence of a trend that is more fundamentally problematic.
In the cruiser world, certain insidious trends have taken place over the last decade or so.
One of them of course is the complete disappearance of production bikes like (or similar to) our beloved 750.
Another is that some riders out there
feel if a cruiser isn't packing at least 1300--1500 cc's of engine (or bigger), it is then really "only a lady's bike". Indeed, the engine size has become at least a partial manifestation of their "manliness" and is (in their minds, anyway) a validation of their "ability" to handle a "real" bike.
Fortunately, those who participate in this forum seem to be of more substance than that...
I hope you truly see past this farce, and hang on to your VN750 and ride it with pride, as it is really the last production bike of its kind. It is truly a bike for those who "dare to be different".....