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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-26-2007, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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Finally, some pics of my VN750

Finally got some pics of my new, old ride. It is a 2003 Vulcan 750. I got it used with 4300 miles on it. I have put almost 600 miles in the first month and wish I could do more.






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Bling, bling! That is one very clean motorcycle!!! I'm jealous...but, seriously, it looks great. Good get, too - so few miles!!

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I rember when mine was that shiny .
After 2000 miles this week it needs a good wash

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Great pictures! Showroom new. My 95 was that shiny for about a week. I took her to the car wash where I did a little powerwash thingy on er. I nearly cried as the protective coverings came off of various parts. I blew the kawasaki logo right off the side cover...lmao

On a serious note...I've treated her with nothing but respect since.
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My 95 was that shiny for about a week. I took her to the car wash where I did a little powerwash thingy on er. I nearly cried as the protective coverings came off of various parts. I blew the kawasaki logo right off the side cover...
My wife got a "wand" attachment for the hose to water her flowers. I've found it to be the perfect tool to use when washing my bike. The spray is full and strong, like a shower fixture, but doesn't do the damage of an intense power spray. The on/off switch is also handy when I'm soaping up the bike and wiping off the grime.

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Looks really nice!

Mine's looking pretty nasty since my rain ride this past Saturday.
And to top that off, not quite the last mile or so was on a rain soaked,
recently tore up for re-paving, road.
Looks like I was ridin' through a soggy dust pit all day

Charlie, is that mention of the "wand" attachment an invitation for us to bring our bikes to you for a good washin'?? LOL


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Yes indeed....that is a really nice-looking bike!.....

That color combination really flatters the bike a lot.

As I have said before, it's too bad the cruiser world really doesn't make bikes like this anymore......

'05 VN750



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Great pictures! Showroom new. My 95 was that shiny for about a week. I took her to the car wash where I did a little powerwash thingy on er. I nearly cried as the protective coverings came off of various parts. I blew the kawasaki logo right off the side cover...lmao

On a serious note...I've treated her with nothing but respect since.
Mike, you've got this thing with "more power," doncha?! I'm still laughing about you cleaning up your tins and goat's belly and finding the flavor not to your liking.

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Mike, you've got this thing with "more power," doncha?! I'm still laughing about you cleaning up your tins and goat's belly and finding the flavor not to your liking.
Funny you said that. I'm eating my second power bar as I type... I'm on my way to Home Depot to pick up a sandblasting gun. I'm making a cabinet out of a carbord box, piece of plexy, pair of overalls and etc. What a way to spend a vacation! Oh, sandblasting is pretty powerful stuff.
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Very nice ride!!!!!

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