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I moved up to a Voyager and had my Classic promised to a friend as an upgrade, but it just didn't work out.... To make a long story short, a riding buddy was getting this for his wife, moving her from a 900 to a 1700. The bike was just too big for her, even with a Mustang seat. She's going to stay with her 900 and I'm going to let this go at a great deal for someone local (I don't want to deal with shipping, PayPal, etc..).

That said, I have a 2010 Vulcan Classic LT for sale. It's got just under 4,000 miles on it, but I am using it every so often until the seat comes in for my new bike. I got a great deal on my Voyager, so I only need to get $6,500 for the Classic.

Pictured below is the bike with a sport shield and a Russell Day-Long seat (not included, but can be purchased separate). The seat included with the bike will me a new Mustang wide touring with studs (Link to seat: CLICK HERE).

Some details about the bike...

2010 Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Classic LT
Approx. 4,000 mikes
Kawasaki Engine Guards were added (See Here)
Kawasaki Luggage Rack was added (See Here)
Kawasaki passenger floorboards with chrome cover (See Here)
Kawasaki lowers with oversize plastic (See Here)
T-Bag sissy bar bag added (See Here)
Mustang Wide Touring Seat with studs (See Here)
Kuryakyn 12V Power added (See Here)
Two Windshields - Factory shield with added Gold Wing vent and a small sport shield (see pic below)
Registration renewed, good through April 2016.

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Shown with sport shield (Russell seat not included at that price)


Mustang Seat


Lowers


Standard shield with vent


Sport Shield


Front View
 

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This is a great looking bike. Too bad I'm not in the market for new bikes. In case your new bike brings you in my neck of the woods. Give me a holler, the beer is on me.
 

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Where did you get the oversize plastic/acrylic for the OEM lowers?
 

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Seems like a pretty fair price, you shouldn't have a hard time selling it. I have a 2009. Nice bike!
Thanks for the comments Big Mike. I love the bike, for sure. If I could afford to keep both, I sure would.

This is a great looking bike. Too bad I'm not in the market for new bikes. In case your new bike brings you in my neck of the woods. Give me a holler, the beer is on me.
Thank you, may just take you up on that....

Where did you get the oversize plastic/acrylic for the OEM lowers?
It took a while to find the receipt, but they were purchased from 7JuRock. Here's a link to what I think I ordered (wasn't a reference on the receipt).

7JuRock Lowers
 

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It took a while to find the receipt, but they were purchased from 7JuRock. Here's a link to what I think I ordered (wasn't a reference on the receipt).

7JuRock Lowers
Thanks I have been looking for these!
 

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Photos of Mustang seat and shields added.
 
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