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Default NICE! 2015 Victory Cross Country Magnum

SAW THIS LOCALLY... I can only wish!



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You could pray as well :-)
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You could pray as well :-)

Don't want it that bad!


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Default compare 2010 Harley Street Glide - $16500

same price

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I'd definitely take the Magnum over the Street Glide. The price on both of them are kinda low for late model bikes; especially the Magnum.

I bet the guy getting out of the Army is bummed he has to sell it.
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My transition out of the the Army wouldn't put me out of a bike! I money was tight, I would find a way. I have been on two wheels most of my life and that's not about to change.
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My transition out of the the Army wouldn't put me out of a bike! I money was tight, I would find a way. I have been on two wheels most of my life and that's not about to change.
I agree with this if the bike was paid for. If I were making fairly high payments w/insurance; maybe not unless I had a job to go to. If full time school was where I was going; another bike can be had in the future.
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Really surprised someone would buy a 2015 just to turn around and have to sell it.

I do understand how life can change our plans. I had to wait quite a long time before I could get my first bike. I couldn't rationalize owning with so many other financial priorities.

Once we get the kids situated and on their own, me and mommy are gonna play. yippee!!! Wait! She is gonna want this and that... never mind.
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Wait! She is gonna want this and that... never mind.
Maybe you can say, ok, you get this and I get that.
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Maybe you can say, ok, you get this and I get that.

Already told her... 'that' was a new bike! I told her I was keeping the vegas forever. Then I saw 'that' and 'that' was a M109r on CL with only 6500 miles on od.

Of course I was just kidding with her... but I always get itchy after having a bike for a year. Not bored. I just like swappin. Vegas is by far fav and easiest of all to maintain.

The Vegas has been the best $$ I've spent. She puts out ok I just... I don't know... I just like shiny stuff.
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