I bought VICTORY VEGAS 2005 with a lot of problems and a lot of gaps. For 30 days I was able to recover to this level at the moment and everything works perfectly. There are still a lot of work but in Bulgaria the problem is finding and delivery of parts and accessories. Most of the things are not original but my personal view and work. Please for your opinion.
"Living life is a great idea, but riding a motorcycle actually gives you a tool to do it..." -me
2013 Sunset Red Cross Country
Vic Tri-Oval Mufflers, Lloydz VM1-DR cams, AF, PC-V @112hp/113tq
Corbin Dual Tour seat, Klock Werks Klip Hanger bars, Vicwapz
Avon Contour grips, Kuryakyn Kinetic boards and rear SwingWings
Victory black LED headlight and Touring Pack, Madstad 9" windshield
presently owned bikes
2014 XC 8 ball that no longer stalls
1993 HD fxrp
1982 HD Sturgis
2009 Honda rebel
1991 gl1500 A w/ Champion Daytona 2+2 sidecar.
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Thanks for the feedback! I have a specific question: until all the restoration of the motorcycle cost me $ 300 for parts and consumables and very personal work. I bought the motorcycle for $ 4,000. I wonder how much it would cost such a repair in USA or Canada. I ask this question because I think I live in poor and abnormal country where manual labor is not valued and respected. I own a small service for cars and bikes and labor per hour of work is 10 $ and that's a high price for Bulgaria.
With out knowing exactly what you have done, I can't tell tell you exactly what it would cost. I can tell you it would cost a lot more than $300. Labour rate here is around $100 per hour at any bike shop.