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2005 Victory Vegas on 2040-motos

YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:21270 ColorColor: Pearl White over Vogue Silver

Union,, NJ

Union,, NJ
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Victory Vegas tech info

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Victory Vegas description

2005 Victory Vegas, Vegas well kept and priced to get riding now! - VEGAS. LONG, LOW AND STRETCHED. LIKE THE ROAD ITSELF. Do you remember where you were the first time you saw a Victory Vegas? After all, it’s the kind of bike that stops traffic dead in its tracks. It’s the cause of, and the reward for, a double-take. And it’s the kind of scenery that makes a 6-year-old grab Dad’s hand and point with excitement. That’s the power of the award-winning Vegas. Long, low, stretched style, flowing lines and custom details that get you right where it counts. For proof, see the sculpted tank with raised spine and split tail. Pure custom. As is the flush-mounted taillight. Laced wheels. New, more comfortable seat. And chrome to the max. Those looking for a smooth ride will also like what they find. Like the gem at the heart of the Vegas. The Freedom 92/5. It’s an overhead-cam, 4-valve, fuel-injected, counterbalanced, torque-filled beauty that tells you this bike is more than just a pretty face. You get a rubber-mounted handlebar with new self-canceling turn signals. Bold, new paint. And a choice of even more custom options. Prices listed are MSRP for stock solid black model. Alternate paint options or additional options may increase price. (CA model: additional cost)

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