Kawasaki VN 1500 Vulcan Classic for sale

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Kawasaki VN 1500 Classic
Kawasaki VN 1500 Classic

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Kawasaki VN Vulcan Classic for sale

everybody. Up for sale is my 1996 1500 Vulcan Classic.

particular model is in pretty condition. As you can see from the photos it with lots of goodies. A lot of it as standard to the 1500 Classic – the saddlebags, but this one comes additional bits and bobs – bar, luggage rack, lights, passenger has footboards engine crash bars, pegs (only useful if over 6’6”), alarm, lockable ignition, extra handlebar-mounted clock (needs ahem) and it comes with control (which I removed – by locking the throttle grip to a position, so nothing clever to gradient into account.

with use of front brake or clamp release. I removed it as I think holding the throttle is much of a strain and my mates got of my “Look, No Hands!” antics. waiting to happen, I tell

This bike also has the boon (- or indeed boom) of and Hines pipes, 2-1 system. sweet. Not massively raucous, I describe it as the right side of I note that there has records of the bike being at Motomart in Lower Hutt (it makes 60bhp, but gobfulls of and the original airbox and carb will be included. I have no where the original pipes

Not that you want them.

I this bike in the August of when I first emigrated to NZ England. I wanted something for my wife and I, reliable, shaft and something different from I’ve previously owned. It has a rubber-mounted engine so not as vibey as of the big twin cam HD’s.

Being new to NZ we would use this to see a bit of the country. Job done. Now it’s to get something nimbler for everyday

And we just bought a house so I’m to sell this juggernaut of a and getting a smaller (400-1000cc) that’s a bit cheaper to free up funds as the house needs a DIY up.

This is a lot of bike for the money and it be near the bottom of its depreciation Sensible buy.

This was a model. The AA report is incorrect – it the bike is a 1995 but the engine and numbers correspond to factory of a 1996 D1 which I believe to be The bike was imported from in 2006 with 30k kms on the clock.

was done by Motomart on behalf of the owner, who then sold it to Motomart after four and spending about $4000 on for a trade-in on a VTX 1800. I first the bike for sale in March for $9000, then when I I noticed it was for sale at a reduced I haggled it down to $8000.

The only thing I have had to it other than regular is a replacement of the battery –it was due for replacement and then I left the lights on, charging I noticed it didn’t to hold charge too well- and I had a so the rear inner tube those?) has been replaced. the only trouble I’ve When I bought it the oil filter was

It has also had the fork oil changed and the bled. I have had another since (oil, oil filter, air filter, 4x new spark plugs – 2 per replace coolant, change diff oil, carb up). So it’s been 2000 kms ago and maybe 2000km that. Before my ownership it had springs and plates renewed at 50k and set up for the exhaust at 54k.

Beforehand it’s just servicing. Mileage is now 61290km.

Kawasaki VN 1500 Classic

else. there are spots of starting to appear on the front and engine bars. A bit on the luggage a scratch on the tank (leather zipper?)… overall condition is neat and it still shines and heads.

I’ve tried to a full “warts and all” – I think this is a very sale. Serious enquiries are (Queen’s English only – no “txt spk, thx m8”) and you are than welcome to come and the bike. In fact I insist. I first to see will end up buying.

rego’d and WOF’d so come a look. Don’t bother a van as it’s ready to ride to Invercargill if you wish. Test are welcome so long as you prove you can pay

Drop it and it’s yours.

Now to the nitty gritty – I’m asking I won’t take daft just because you are offering What else were you to pay me in?- Chopsticks? I’m in no crazy to sell so if I don’t get the offer I it’s a great excuse to it.

Price firm unless you a lesser motorcycle meeting the criteria that’s actually able, legal and not a botched up with at least $3k my way.

a look at other VL 1500 VN 1500 Vulcans, Harley twin cam 1340 or 1450’s and I think I have seen a few VN go for cheaper but they are the earlier -A, -B, or -C that are hideous. There was a D1 Classic advertised for $6k recently but on it was lacking and it didn’t have the bells and whistles as this There are the odd 1400 Intruders for a bit cheaper, maybe $5k but again not the league.

This might be the best large capacity cruiser (in my humble opinion) and someone out will get a good deal.

me (Stuart) via smmudd83_1999@yahoo.co.uk or 0220241469

Kawasaki VN 1500 Classic
Kawasaki VN 1500 Classic

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