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2003 Honda Vtx1800c With Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *no Reserve* *like New* on ns1.2040-motos

US $3,050.00
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:15200 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Conway, South Carolina, US

Conway, South Carolina, US
2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 1

Honda VTX photos

2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 2 2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 3 2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 4 2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 5 2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 6 2003 Honda VTX1800C with Voyager Kit Motorcycle Trike *NO RESERVE* *Like New*, US $3,050.00, image 7

Honda VTX tech info

TypeType:Standard Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1795 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:1HFSC46013A102300

Honda VTX description

Up for auction is a 2003 Honda VTX1800C custom Motorcycle that has a Motorcycle Voyager Conversion Kit installed that makes it somewhat a Trike, but still has the advantages of a motorcycle.


This kit can also be removed to make the motorcycle like previous and restore it as a factory Honda motorcycle.

The manual for the Voyager Conversion Kit is included and shows detailed instructions of how to install and uninstall the Trike kit.

Also has a nice windshield on the front that is easily detachable.


The windshield DOES comes with the motorcycle/trike. I am just showing pictures with it on and not on.


This motorcycle has 1795 CC.

The VIN is 1HFSC46013A102300.

There are 15,200 miles logged on this motorcycle.

The tires are are in great shape.

Please refer all specific questions to my inbox so I can answer them further or you can give me a number to call to give you more details. Thanks

This bike has a custom paint job all over that sports a pretty red, with lion portrait pictures on different spots throughout the bike which you can all see on the pictures. The leather seats are also custom with embroidered lion portraits on the front and rear seats.

This is a big motorcycle with a lot of power that has NO mechanical problems and rides great.

It has been test driven to make sure everything functions properly and it does.


This trike has been thoroughly checked over and there are no leaks or problems as far as I can see.


Please see all attached pictures to make sure you know what you are getting.

THERE IS NO RESERVE ON THIS AUCTION.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Refer to my feedback as I have many automobile sales which great feedback and happy customers.

Also check out my other auctions for more great deals and always no reserve.

There is a small deposit required after winning the auction for insurance that you will actually purchase the bike and pick it up.

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