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

Discussion in 'Victory General Discussion' started by zingpow, Nov 16, 2021.

  1. walks35

    walks35 Well-Known Member

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    @Motorbikerx ... wait, check that ... our government declared you downunders loony and we don't ship to you because obviously you can't be trusted (good timing on getting HC's Pin). Maybe we can trade NFT squirrels and bilbies instead?
     
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    Motorbikerx Well-Known Member

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    Nice in theory mate...
    But 'Victory Heads' are pretty tight with our money!
    We know 'bang for buck'
    or we wouldn't be riding Victorys.
    Get it out there man!
    or keep it.
    (Nice lookin' sickle by the way!)
     
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    Motorbikerx Well-Known Member

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    Not necessarily loony, though it helps!.....We are a penal colony !
    HC's Pin met the aforementioned
    criteria.
    1. I was lucky .
    2. it's a very special bike.
    3. the price was right.

    and to be fair, ...I did give all you Statesiders a month to jump on it if you were keen ...
    No one jumped

    I know a bargain when I see it.
    and I knew the bike as well as anyone else on here, or the other forum.

    I'm off for a ride
     
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    Zingpow,
    Where are you located? I have a thing for V92s. I have an 03 V92 with the same paint and a 04 V92TC with the same paint as well.

    Self: You don’t need another V92, but you still have an S&S 106 kit new in box and a new in box factory 100"....
     
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    ByteN2it Well-Known Member

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    These old Victory bikes will always have more value to the owners that keep ‘em on the road & know the TRUTH about them than to anyone else. That’s a clean 2003 that has every chrome bit that was available at the time-most likely started out as a V92CD (cruiser deluxe). My 99 will always have a warm place to stay & I don’t know that I could put a price on her after 21 years of tears, joy, and busted knuckles.
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  6. zingpow

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    rtt...i live in southern michigan...it's in hibernation for the winter...again, for the numbers being thrown around up above i'll keep it...i buy and sell but took a liking to the victory as it's just so easy to ride around...never had a big cruiser and kept the triumph rocket 3, four years ago the same way...had liter bikes for the 12 years before that and am actively looking at them now...zp...
     
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    That bike was never known as a V92C and it is not a Kingpin at all. I've owned my '03 TC since purchasing it new in '05. Your bike is a Classic Cruiser. It and the Touring Cruiser were made from 2002-2006. CCs had the exhausts on the same side of the bike and TCs had one on each side.
    They are not real nimble but will run all day at 75-80 mph. My kids will probably be selling mine after I'm dead. I'll never sell it or the Norton.
     

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    I think the problem is the V-92 vs. the 100 or 106 models. It has 5 gears and a lot of years from a dead company who does not make parts for that bike. I think a fair asking price is $3,000 and take $2,000.

    I would put it on Cycletrader for more and drop the price every few weeks starting at about 4k. Like HC said, you need to find somebody that really wants that one bike. There is an 09 6 gear Kingpin Tour online for 7k
     

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