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2012 Victory Cross Country Tour, 5300 mi. Cleveland OH Area

Features 6 speed overdrive transmission, ABS Brakes, Cruise Control, heated seats, heated handgrips, an extra tall windshied, HID headlamp, 4 speaker stereo, adjustable passenger floorboards, adjustable wind deflectors, and more space than any other bike out there. I also added a RAM X-Grip handlebar phone mount and a bluetooth connector to the standard iPod input - mount your phone to the handlebars and play your tunes through the stereo, all without a wire!

Never laid down, always garage kept. Title in hand, ready for transfer.

$16,000.00

Tons of pics at the link below (WARNING: pics show a DIRTY, post-ride bike. Shame on me).

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Very nice indeed. AND its the color I would buy. Im a wing guy looking around here for the last few weeks just dreaming at this stage. Decided I would see what a used CCT would be going for and find this one in the right color right on top. Very tempting for sure, may I ask why your selling this so young?
 

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Two words - Kids' Education. I've got a 15 year old attending Catholic school for the next 3 years and a 17 year old that's a year away from college.

I would love the keep the bike, but it has dropped in priority for those reasons.

I welcome any other questions you might have.
 

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Two words - Kids' Education. I've got a 15 year old attending Catholic school for the next 3 years and a 17 year old that's a year away from college.

I would love the keep the bike, but it has dropped in priority for those reasons.

I welcome any other questions you might have.
Well I must say sir that is the best reason you could have returned. I am blessed with one of my own. She is only 9 but I am sure it will hit hard when college starts knocking on my door.
I am new to the Victory line with a need for due diligent as far as comparing new to used purchase. I have read some comments of "less than stellar" paint quality. One could assume your color sachem is one of the more forgiving. IYHO how would your paint rate given the fact it is ridden hard, put away wet and photographed dirty. (I hate looking at a used bike that has been detailed, like a woman with too much makeup at 1:30am in a dark bar) Also, have you have any issues that the dealer had to resolve? Did you buy the bike new? Finally, other than the wind screen and BT is the bike stock?
Thanks for your help and if not I, someone will get a nice bike.
 

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I think the paint job is fantastic, have never had any issues.

I had 1 very minor quibble with the bike when I first got it - the gas gauge seems to remain on or near "full" a relatively long time, and then "race down" towards empty. The dealer researched this and said this trait was common to this bike, something to do with the shape of the gas tank or whatnot. There is a digital readout of miles remaining on the current tank of gas and this number is accurate, so I don't notice the fuel gauge oddity any more.

This is the only issue I have ever brought up with the dealer. The bike runs amazingly well - I didn't even have it on a trickle charger this winter - a particularly cold/brutal winter in Cleveland, OH - the bike turned over on the first click of the startup button in April.

One correction to your last post - the windshield is stock, also. Everything on the bike is just as I drove it off the dealer lot except for the X-Grip phone mount and the Bluetooth connector. A true "blank canvas" for someone who likes to tinker/customize.
 
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