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so what's the '03 "kingpin" v92c worth...

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  1. zingpow

    zingpow Active Member

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    you've seen the pics...it had 7600 miles when i bought it this past summer and has 11,600 miles on it now give or take 100...knee deep in rubber and pretty well taken care of...just wondering...something has to go as i'm getting close to another liter bike...it will either be the victory or the triumph...here is a pic to help you along...mustang seats and brembo brakes...don't know if those are standard or not...everything is oem and the pipes sound great...zingcash... IMG_5242.jpg ...
     
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    wow...i thought you guys would be all over this...i feel like i farted in front of the pope...is this like taboo or something, bad karma maybe...zp...
     
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    $3,500 to $4,000 is what I see ‘em going for-& there aren’t many buyers
    $2,500 trade in if your lucky
     
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    bn2...about what i was thinking but it's the first victory i've ever owned or been close to...i wouldn't trade a bike in if my life depended on it...dealerships get you coming and going which i realize is why they are in business but...i buy from private owners who like me rarely want a trade...thanks for your input...zing sample...

    ps...again, i like the bike and may jolly well keep it and sell the aircraft carrier (triumph rocket 3)...i'm 5'9" and weigh a walloping 152lbs and it can be a handful in tight areas...the victory is like a bicycle...zp...
     
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    $2500 to $3000 is my guess. It’s an 18 year old bike from a dead manufacturer. The V92’s, although nice were never great performers.

    Ask $4,990 and take the first $3000 offer that comes along. It’s a neat bike for sure.
     
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    Cmike…the v92c isn’t an “only bike” to be sure unless you’re new to motorcycles and/or don’t travel far from home but it is a dandy daily driver/second bike…I put 4,000 miles on it in 4 months and enjoyed every mile of it…not sure i’d want to spend 13 hours in the saddle in one day like I do the triumph but then that’s not what this bike is all about…be a great bar hopper…I use it as an ice cream hopper…zp…
     
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    That is not necessarily true.

    This one runs in the 11s Screenshot_20211117-124612_Google.jpg

    Shown here towing tools from MD to TX and back.
     
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    That's the harsh truth of it... and it's worth exactly how much someone is willing pay for it.

    There is a guy out there who would love to have it and will pay a good price for it... the problem is getting that guy to see the bike for sale. That guy might live on the next street over or he might live in the Czech Republic.
     
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    i'm familiar with most all aspects of vehicle sales, i put two girls through college in used cars/trucks as a salesman, manager and f&i guy...i was just wondering what kind of number a bunch of victory heads would put on it...for the money mentioned i will probably keep it for a daily driver...would sell it to either of my son in laws for that kind of money if either showed any interest...zing in law...

    ps...thanks...zp...
     
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    Well I think my '04 is priceless. Eye of the beholder or ass of the rider. Take a pick ;) Just yesterday I rode my Pin to its new home (we're moving next week) and a guy that was doing some work on the house thought it was relatively new. I said nope, 17 years old and 82k+ miles. I took his comment as a compliment and yet another reason I won't ever sell it. If it dies I'll beach it in the backyard garden with the ceramic squirrel my wife's grandmother gave me 20 years ago.

    Good luck with the sale!
     
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    Do you wanna sell the Ceramic Squirrel?....I've been craving one for years but we don't get squirrels DownUnder, ....may trade a ceramic kangaroo for it...
    @zingpow
    @Half_Crazy hit the nail in the head, if you wanna move that early Vic ,
    then ya gonna need to get it out there man!
    Advertise it the hell outta it,
    there may very well be someone who would love to be riding it every sunny Sunday,.... or be a total Victory nut and have it in their living room.....Ya never know...
    Ya gotta be lucky,
    have a very special bike,
    or an absolute killer price,
    to move a bike through a forum.
    It's a good place to start and get a ruff idea of what enthusiasts value a bike or whatever at.........
    Now back to the ceramic Squirrel
    Got any pix?
     
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    zp Ride a Kingpin. Best all around bike I've ever had. Just did my annual AZ to KY run on a Crossroads, did the same run on an '06 KP 3 years ago, (the virus made me miss one) at the end of each day I felt pretty much the same on the KP as I do on the CR and the KP was 200 lbs. lighter. I'd swap the CR for a KP if the deal was anywhere close to being right.
     
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    Refer to, "Stunned silence."
     
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    Trade you a ceramic squirrel for a ceramic bilby! It's already at the new house (well new to us, it's 92 years old) so I'll snap a picture over the weekend.
     

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