Pictures of my Victory Bikes over the years!!!

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  1. bubba

    bubba Well-Known Member

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    This is a 2000C I built before there was a Vegas
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    My 2002 TCD one of the first to deck it out this way
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    07 Hammer S
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    09 Vision
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    2011 Cross Country
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    2006 TC
    A little history on all my Vics. I built all of them except my current 06 TC. I purchased it from a friend in Florida. Think he may have used a thing or 2 from my 2002 TCD? What a great ride and a ton of cash!!! Loved it!!!
     
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    Nice looking 2000. That is quite the line up.
     
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    Very nice! You have owned some really nice bikes! That 2000C is really very nice looking.
     
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    Very nice collection of Vics over time!! As you look back,Is there one that stands out as your favorite?
     
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    They all are very special and if I had the $$$$ I would have kept them all. The Vision I would like back..best all around bike I ever owned and with the cams in her...very fast. The Kingpin because there was a ton of hard work in her..... the Hammer because it was an incredible piece of equipment. The 2000C because it totally transformed the look/class of the bike. The TC's are just mules....They just keep on ticking no matter what the market does and gets you to points unknown.
     
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    Nice collection...
    Are those Harley trunks bolted on to a Victory?
     
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    Yes they are!
     
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    Harley Trunks open to the side, so that the Passenger doesn't have to get off the bike for someone else to open the Trunk.
    It is a better idea.
     
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    Yes but it's still HD...LOL If the XC trunk was not so modern looking I would try and mount. The TC has classic lines...The pizza box just works.
     
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    I open my trunk all the time without my wife getting off, she just leans forward a bitjust like she did on our Electra Glide. But I do agree the H-D Pizza Box looks better for this application.
     
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    One of the things I forgot to mention in my original post. These are pictures of my bikes. I wish I would have taken pictures of all the friends I have made throughout the U.S., Canada and some from the rest of the world. Literally 100's of them. We are a special breed..."One of a kind". Lots of great memories!!!
     
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    Nice job Bubba. I love them all, but especially the first one. (2000C)
     
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    Nice I wonder how you keep them so clean [​IMG]
     
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    They all look good to me.You have a good eye for style.
     
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    I like that flamed KP. All nice bikes and hopefully all are still street worthy. Maybe I'll drop off my next base bike n let u fix it up
     

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