2007 Kawasaki Vulcan on mail.2040motos
Kawasaki Vulcan description
Custom Paint (Bio Hazardous on sides of tank and Bio Skull on top of tank) Base coat, clear coated Stock Modified Exhaust. The baffles were removed which makes it sound a lot better. Hard saddle bags with mounting hardware already installed. Lights on bags can be wired to rear lights, I have not done that. 6570 miles are true. never wrecked or dropped. New tires, new breaks, this bike is road ready. I have a clear title in hand. A $ 250.00 non- refundable deposit will be due with in 24 hrs after the sell ends using paypal. the remaining balance will be in CASH ONLY. Will not ship nor meet you with the bike. Buyer assumes all responsibility for pick up, Terms of how long I will hold the bike for pick up can be made before end of sell. You must email me for these details. If you don't I will assume you will be ready for pick up with in two days of sell.
Thank you for checking out my bike, good luck bidding
Kawasaki Vulcan for Sale
Moto blogWed, 10 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
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Fresh off a World Superbike win at Laguna Seca this past weekend, Tom Sykes is headed to Kawasaki‘s U.S. headquarters in Irvine, California on Thursday evening as part of Kawasaki’s Ninja Bike night. On Thursday, July 17, from 5:00pm – 8:00pm, come on out to Kawasaki HQ to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the legendary Kawasaki Ninja.
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