I would say this bike is an 8 out of 10 mostly because of a small scratch near the license plate and a ding I found on the tank. You wouldn't notice the ding unless you took the tank of and inspected it, but I just want to be up front. This bike was ridden easy and well maintained, I actually just put a new Yuasa battery in it because I didn't want to get stranded. Yes, the original Victory battery from 2005 was still starting strong in 2012, something I was amazed by myself. The Victory dealer didn't even believe me when I went in to buy the replacement. I have only owned the bike for a few months and have all the original paperwork, manual and extra key. I traded a sportbike for it and just decided it's not for me. The bike currently has the stage 1 kit (pipes/k&n/tune) and runs very strong. The only other modifications are chrome jackpot bullet headlight, arlen ness fly bars, floorboards (I have brackets and shifter to convert to footpegs) with a heel/toe shifter and all stainless steel braided cables/lines. Victory's are extremely reliable and this bike will bring the new owner a lot of fun.
I did purchase most parts to convert the Vegas to a 260 mm tire and depending on the sale/trade I would possible include those. This includes a gloss black 18 x 8.5" rear wheel with 250 mm Dunlop E3 tire, a brand new (sticker is on it) Monster 260 mm tire, hammer swingarm, brand new axle, swingarm vertical license plate mount, brand new (still in packaging) Arlen Ness Sling-Shot exhaust.
Currently I have all the stalk turn signals removed and LED lights installed, but I have the stock parts if you prefer. I also have a quick release windshield and brand new Arlen Ness Deep Cut Black Footpegs with rubber inserts.
I will consider trades as well. The bike is located in Tampa, FL and is sitting in a garage under a cover.