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Pristine showroom condition. One owner. Always garaged and covered. Less than 1,900 miles. Imperial blue metal flake fine finish (no dings, no scratches, no rust). Features 106 cubic inch (1731 cc) displacement V-twin engine, 6-speed transmission, 4.7 inch air adjustable rear suspension, 560-lbs load capacity, cruise control, ABS brakes, 21-gallon storage saddlebags, 18-inch long floorboards, split dual exhaust with crossover, 5.8 gallon fuel tank, and MP3-compatible AM/FM stereo for great long distance riding. Additional items included: storage cover, saddlebag chrome tipover rails, Klockwerks windshield, cupholder, ramball, & mount, saddlebag liners (for easy travel), saddlebag lids (for storing small items), Victory key fob, and Victory Shop Manual. Over $21,000 invested. Will start it up and ride it for you but no rides until cash in hand. This bike is absolutely gorgeous and is built to ride and priced to sell. Don't wait.

Condition: Like New
Year: 2012
Make: Victory
Model: CROSS COUNTRY
Category: Cruiser
Type: Motorcycle
Location: Pittsboro, NC
Mileage: Only 1,845
VIN Number: 5VPDW36N7C3010520
Primary Color: Imperial Blue
Engine Size: 1,731 cc
Engine Type: water cooled 4-stroke 50 degree V-Twin
Brakes: ABS (anti-lock)
Radio: MP-3 compatible AM/FM stereo
Price: $10,499
Additional features:
o Cruise control
o Storage cover
o Saddlebag chrome tip over rails
o Klockwerks windshield
o Cupholder, ramball, and mount
o Saddlebag liners (for easy overnight travel)
o Saddlebag lids (for storing small items)
o Deltron battery tender
o Victory key fob
o Victory shop manual

Contact DougE for more information.
 

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This is a fair price for this XC with the mileage it has. Great color too but then I'm a bit biased. ;)

Good luck on the sale. This is the best time. I do wish Vic's were more in demand. Looking at their Facebook page; they are still going as strong as ever. Probably the best kept secret in the motorcycle world.
 

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Pristine showroom condition. One owner. Always garaged and covered. Less than 1,900 miles. Imperial blue metal flake fine finish (no dings, no scratches, no rust). Features 106 cubic inch (1731 cc) displacement V-twin engine, 6-speed transmission, 4.7 inch air adjustable rear suspension, 560-lbs load capacity, cruise control, ABS brakes, 21-gallon storage saddlebags, 18-inch long floorboards, split dual exhaust with crossover, 5.8 gallon fuel tank, and MP3-compatible AM/FM stereo for great long distance riding. Additional items included: storage cover, saddlebag chrome tipover rails, Klockwerks windshield, cupholder, ramball, & mount, saddlebag liners (for easy travel), saddlebag lids (for storing small items), Victory key fob, and Victory Shop Manual. Over $21,000 invested. Will start it up and ride it for you but no rides until cash in hand. This bike is absolutely gorgeous and is built to ride and priced to sell. Don't wait.

Condition: Like New
Year: 2012
Make: Victory
Model: CROSS COUNTRY
Category: Cruiser
Type: Motorcycle
Location: Pittsboro, NC
Mileage: Only 1,845
VIN Number: 5VPDW36N7C3010520
Primary Color: Imperial Blue
Engine Size: 1,731 cc
Engine Type: water cooled 4-stroke 50 degree V-Twin
Brakes: ABS (anti-lock)
Radio: MP-3 compatible AM/FM stereo
Price: $10,499
Additional features:
o Cruise control
o Storage cover
o Saddlebag chrome tip over rails
o Klockwerks windshield
o Cupholder, ramball, and mount
o Saddlebag liners (for easy overnight travel)
o Saddlebag lids (for storing small items)
o Deltron battery tender
o Victory key fob
o Victory shop manual

Contact DougE for more information.
Great looking ride Doug...I'm sure that will go quickly...lets us know what you do after...8)

Rob
 

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Good looking ride. You can post on one of those Facebook sale groups too for larger audience.
Good luck with the sale.
 

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Pristine showroom condition. One owner. Always garaged and covered. Less than 1,900 miles. Imperial blue metal flake fine finish (no dings, no scratches, no rust). Features 106 cubic inch (1731 cc) displacement V-twin engine, 6-speed transmission, 4.7 inch air adjustable rear suspension, 560-lbs load capacity, cruise control, ABS brakes, 21-gallon storage saddlebags, 18-inch long floorboards, split dual exhaust with crossover, 5.8 gallon fuel tank, and MP3-compatible AM/FM stereo for great long distance riding. Additional items included: storage cover, saddlebag chrome tipover rails, Klockwerks windshield, cupholder, ramball, & mount, saddlebag liners (for easy travel), saddlebag lids (for storing small items), Victory key fob, and Victory Shop Manual. Over $21,000 invested. Will start it up and ride it for you but no rides until cash in hand. This bike is absolutely gorgeous and is built to ride and priced to sell. Don't wait.

Condition: Like New
Year: 2012
Make: Victory
Model: CROSS COUNTRY
Category: Cruiser
Type: Motorcycle
Location: Pittsboro, NC
Mileage: Only 1,845
VIN Number: 5VPDW36N7C3010520
Primary Color: Imperial Blue
Engine Size: 1,731 cc
Engine Type: water cooled 4-stroke 50 degree V-Twin
Brakes: ABS (anti-lock)
Radio: MP-3 compatible AM/FM stereo
Price: $10,499
Additional features:
o Cruise control
o Storage cover
o Saddlebag chrome tip over rails
o Klockwerks windshield
o Cupholder, ramball, and mount
o Saddlebag liners (for easy overnight travel)
o Saddlebag lids (for storing small items)
o Deltron battery tender
o Victory key fob
o Victory shop manual

Contact DougE for more information.
Hey everyone, the bike is SOLD.
 

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didn't think that would last long...so any decisions on what's next?

Rob
 

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didn't think that would last long...so any decisions on what's next?

Rob

Considering he rode it 263 miles a year I'm thinking motorcycling isn't his thing.
 

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loved the bike and riding it... degenerative disk disease and aggressive erosive arthritis helped me make the decision.
Sorry to hear that.
 
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