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Register it and put some miles on and see what breaks [IMG]
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Looks great...this is for your daughter right ?.....better option IMO than an 883 HD....



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Looks great...this is for your daughter right ?.....better option IMO than an 883 HD....
I thought it was for a daughter's husband..if the younger daughter didn't stake claim to it first. Either way...sharp looking bike.

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Cool thanks

Yes it's for my oldest daughters husband. He wanted an 883 and i told him he won't get into one for less than 6 or 8 grand. I'm giving him this one for less than one grand. what a deal.
My youngest daughter would love to have it but i don't think her husband is to keen on the idea. so her and i are building a 71 el camino, some thing radical me thinks.
Again thanks for all the kind words

I realy like the vulcan, i might have to get one for myself, til then i'll stick with my old CB750
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You did an outstanding job on her.
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Yes it's for my oldest daughters husband. He wanted an 883 and i told him he won't get into one for less than 6 or 8 grand. I'm giving him this one for less than one grand. what a deal.
My youngest daughter would love to have it but i don't think her husband is to keen on the idea. so her and i are building a 71 el camino, some thing radical me thinks.
Again thanks for all the kind words

I realy like the vulcan, i might have to get one for myself, til then i'll stick with my old CB750
The son in law will out run the Sporty 883s now anyway.
I remember when the Honda 750s were first released and how powerful they were to a 15 yo kid.

Every farm boy I went to school with got a 100 cc Japanese bike, which he could legally ride with a learners permit from age 14 to 16, after which he got a drivers licence and could legally drive dad's pickup truck.

Three cheers for the original UJM, (Universal Japanese Motorcycle for the uninitiated ).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Univers...ese_motorcycle

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Register it and put some miles on and see what breaks [IMG]
That bike probably has the cleanest lines I've ever seen on a VN750. That's impressive man, job very well done.

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Yes it's for my oldest daughters husband. He wanted an 883 and i told him he won't get into one for less than 6 or 8 grand. I'm giving him this one for less than one grand. what a deal.
My youngest daughter would love to have it but i don't think her husband is to keen on the idea. so her and i are building a 71 el camino, some thing radical me thinks.
Again thanks for all the kind words

I realy like the vulcan, i might have to get one for myself, til then i'll stick with my old CB750
Just when you think you can't be more impressed. I'm not sure how you did it but as far my personal taste in bikes goes, you nailed it. Of all the custom work I've seen done on this forum, this has to be my favorite bike. I love the look of the tank with the engine, with the seat, with the bars, with the tires, the color - everything! In fact, it's a shame we don't live closer. I'd buy something with a great engine and frame, give it to you, tell you to got nuts, then buy it back from you. Very impressive man, I LOVE it!!
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LibertPilot, thanks . My goal was different and cheap. Under a $1000 met one goal. The only thing really different from others is the 3 inches added to the swing arm, lowered forks, upside down clip-ons, lower line of headlight, speedo and tack and idiot lights. ?
At any rate, thanks for the kind words.

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