VIN: 5VPEB36D2A3004550 condition: good engine displacement (CC): 1734 fuel: gas odometer: 24000 paint color: black title status: lien transmission: manual
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2010 Victory Cross Roads, approx 24k miles (will increase with the nice days) and pretty much every option that you can put on it, is on there with the exception of the Victory Batwing fairing, heated hand grips, and heated seats. Tires have approx 7k miles on them - the newer Dunlop E4 tires. Oil changed twice a year with the Victory Oil Kit.
Installed add-on’s are as follows: Victory chrome crash bars, Victory tach Kit, Victory chrome saddlebag guards, chrome passenger grips, Victory passenger floorboards, Victory Beacon LED headlight, Victory passing/fog lamps (upgraded to LED lights), Victory CrashBar closeout kit, custom cheese wedges, Victory billet derby and cam covers, Victory chrome saddlebag lid luggage rails, Vicbaggers billet cam bolt covers, Vicbaggers shifter and brake pegs, Vicbaggers billet fork caps, Whitewall Choppers billet fork guards, Vicbaggers Slash Contrast Cut exhaust tips, National Cycle hand deflectors/guards (installed for colder riding and just left them on for the summer), and Sumax Spiro Pro plug wires. I also have the Victory lock and ride passenger backrest. I do have the factory cheese wedges and headlight and exhaust tips still available. Also included is the air pump for the air shock. It doesn’t leak anything, has never been crashed, tipped over, or been dropped. The pinstriping on the bike is actually vinyl decals as I was playing with some different ideas for some custom paint options - they can be removed very easily.
Now for the bad news, at the beginning of this season, the LCD portion of the speedometer went out. It started a few segments at a time and now is completely gone. You will need a new speedometer or ride as is.
I still owe on the bike but can have a lien release very quickly after payment is received or we can meet at my credit union for an instant release.
I’m getting out of motorcycles and looking to relocate out of the state within a year. I can help transport the bike for the cost of gas.
As for the scammers and you knuckleheads with mashed potatoes between your ears, please don’t bug me with the scam nonsense. I’m not falling for your BS, won’t accept western union transfers, won’t ship the bike to Nigeria, not looking to trade for your dad’s porn collection, or any other trades. I also don’t need help selling. If it’s still showing up on Craigslist, it’s still available. If there are any questions or you need more info, please feel free to ask. If you do call, please leave me a voicemail and start off by mentioning ‘Victory Cross Roads’ as I screen 100% of my phone calls. If email is your thing, please put ‘Cross Roads’ in the subject line. Thanks!
Since I don’t seem to be getting my point across, SCAMMERS NEED NOT MESSAGE ME. If English is a second, third, or even a fourth language for you, read the prior sentence again. I’M NOT FALLING FOR YOUR SCAM BS. I’m not taking western union checks, I’m not taking bank checks to cover my bike and your movers, I’m not signing up for any VIN checks through your “suggested” website, I’m not shipping it, And I’m not going to try and make sense of whatever translator you tried to use to ask me for any more info. If this ad is up, it’s still available, these are the pics of the bike-enlarge them and look carefully, I’m not shipping the bike, and the VIN is already listed so look it up yourself. In other words, I have seen your BS and will not fall for it. If you message me with this kind of crap, I’ll be sure to share your email with some other spam sites just so you can have an email full of the same bs you decide to share with me. Merry Christmas but you have been forewarned....
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