Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: Magnolia, Texas
Welcome, Tom. The price you are giving is a very good price indeed, but if you have any idea that you will buy a vehicle and then turn around and sell it without taking a loss, Don't get it. I know, you're wanting to mitigate the loss to an acceptable level, but it's just not the way to look at this.
The bike is a toy at worst, necessary transportation at best. Either way, you should plan to keep and ride it and enjoy it. Toward that end, the Victory is a good choice. As a rule, these are strong bikes with few issues and very simple and easy maintenance. And the items that need care have long intervals of care (Oil of course, excluded). And, you said it was very comfortable. If it fits, and you like it, chances are it will serve you well for a long time to come.
Good luck with your hunt. I can tell you this : every time I ride mine, I like it more than the last time I rode it. Yeah, it's that kind of bike.
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