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Honda Vtx 1800 N3 (neo), Pearl Orange, Many Extras, Lots Of Chrome, 3,800 Miles on 2040motos

US $6,300.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:3718 ColorColor: Pearl Orange
Location:

Saint Louis, Missouri, US

Saint Louis, Missouri, US
Honda VTX 1800 N3 (Neo), Pearl Orange, Many Extras, Lots of Chrome, 3,800 miles, US $6,300.00, image 1

Honda VTX photos

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Honda VTX tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1800 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:1HFSC49F55A300140

Honda VTX description

You are bidding on an awesome VTX 1800 in the hard to find, Neo Stage 3 (all options including; wide chromed out forks, chrome radiator cover and wrap around rear fender).  I purchased this bike two years ago with 400 miles on it, she just turned 3,700 miles!  The two tone pearl orange color and rear wrap around fender really catches the eye.  I get compliments on a daily basis when riding this bike.  As you can see, I have invested a lot of money in this bike.  Including many chrome accents, most of it Kuryakyn Brand.  Some upgrades include; stainless steel flame accent over the radiator, brake calipers, shaft drive, bolt heads, 1 & 1/2 inch Fat Boy Honda chrome crash bars, brake reservoirs, mirrors and more.  There is a fully functional Kuryakyn Pro-R Hypercharger with K&N filter, Power Commander 3 (tuned), Cobra brand exhaust, Mustang brand front and rear seats with lumbar slide in support (very comfortable).  Also comes with original seats (front and back), low profile Neo passenger back rest, and Memphis Shades clear detachable windshield (used once).  I also had chrome sail plates installed on the engine to increase horse power and improve sound.  I have replaced all fluids with top of the line products throughout.  This motorcycle has a very throaty deep sound, more like a custom chopper.  I searched for a bike like this for a long time and took great care of her, but alas, I am selling her for a down payment on a house.  Local pick up in the Saint Louis area or buyer arranges and pays shipping.  Listed locally also, may sell prior to end of bid.  Ask any question you like and happy biddingBid with confidence 100% feedback.


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