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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-07-2010, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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For Sale 1997 Vulcan 750

For Sale 1997 Vulcan 750 19,000 miles Excellent condition $2,500.00

I will consider any serious offers.

Bike is well equipped:



Slipstreamer SS28 Sport Clear Windshield

Audiovox CS-100 Electronic Cruise Control

JMCB-2003-DU CB Radio with Rider – Passenger Intercom +Aux In

LeatherLyke Hard Saddlebags

KisanTech Headlight & Brake Light Modulators

Metzler ME-880 Tires: Front 110/90-19 Rear 170/80-15

Chrome & Gold “Live To Ride” Mirrors

Marlins Clock & Temp Gauges

Tank Bib

Voltmeter

Chrome Luggage Rack

Stebel Nautilus Air Horn

Chrome Front Fender

Chrome Radiator Shroud

K&N Pod Air Filters

Protack Riders Backrest

3 Seats (Stock, Corbin & Mustang Seats)

Kuryakyn Flame Grips

Spare Rear Tire and Wheel

Spare Stock Exhaust System

Spare Driveshaft and Swingarm

Stock Painted Front Fender


Bike Looks and Runs Excellent

Pa Inspected till 05/2011

Shipping will be at the buyers expense.

Bike is located in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.

NO PERSONAL CHECKS


PM me with email address for questions and pictures.

Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-10-2010, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]
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post #3 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-10-2010, 09:16 AM
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Sorry to see you leaving the VN750 family!

Your bike is obviously very well equipped; you might post some more pix of your bike (here, or elsewhere) to help wet everyone's appetite.

With riding season just starting or around the corner, your timing for the sale is pretty good.

Also: given the state of the economy and the current overall bike market, have you considered listing your bike on Ebay?....

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Hey IP, so you have a spare Corbin and a Mustang seat? Just a suggestion, but if I read that right you should just sell those seperately and bring the price down on the bike a little closer to Blue Book. All the extra's were to suit you and really won't add that much more value to the average buyer. That's if you really want to sell the bike.

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Hey IP, so you have a spare Corbin and a Mustang seat? Just a suggestion, but if I read that right you should just sell those seperately and bring the price down on the bike a little closer to Blue Book. All the extra's were to suit you and really won't add that much more value to the average buyer. That's if you really want to sell the bike.
And I'd be happy to take the backrest off your hands!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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post #6 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-10-2010, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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I had already considered stripping off all the extras and selling them seperately and have not ruled out that posibility. I was offering the bike as it is, hoping that someone would give it a good home. I also considered putting it up on ebay. I thought I would offer it here first, to give the people that frequent the boards here a chance to get a really clean and well maintained bike. I didnt expect whomever buys the bike to keep all of the stuff that I have to go with it. If someone wants to buy the bike as it is, with all the extras, they can sell off whatever they feel like to re-coup some of the buying price. I gave the bike to my wife after I bought my wing, but she has since decided that she really isnt comfortable with her riding skills and probably wont ride it any more, so up for sale it is. If I dont get any serious offers here, or a buyer, I may put it up on ebay or craigslist. I'm in no hurry.

Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]
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Over a thousand dollars worth of extras? The KBB is at what price right now? 2.2k pristine condition? Considering all of the above I'd say the price might be more attainable at 2.7? is that unreasonable? I'm not that well versed and ofcourse have not seen the bike first hand, as they say the sellers price is dependant on how good it looks in most cases, and ofcourse how well it runs.
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post #8 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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Do you think over a thousand dollars in extras is questionable? Saddlebags alone are $490.00. Mustang seat, not available anymore, probably over $400.00. As far as condition, I would rank it pretty high and anyone who has bought stuff off of me on here can tell you, I dont say it looks good if it doesnt. I can send you the pictures if you would like to pick it apart and call me a liar. KBB is a little over $2300.00 so by asking $3500.00 I am getting about $1200.00 for all the extras.

Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]

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post #9 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 06:26 PM
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I have sen the Mustang seats go recently in upwords of 600 bones. ya saying 1,000 in extras is an understatement.
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post #10 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Slim. I guesstimated the other day and came up with $2200.00+ of extras. Until you start adding it all up you dont realize what you have invested over time.

Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Iridium's
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Voltmeter, Clock
Stebel Nautilus horn
Slipstreamer SS28
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]
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