Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 2006
Honda VTX1300C! Honda introduced the VTX series for the 2002 model
year and was inspired by the Zodia Concept that was shown at the
Tokyo Motor Show in 1995. VTX stands for V-Twin Extreme and
naturally, when it debuted it offered the largest displacement
production V-Twin engine in the world. Here we have an '06 model
VTX1300C and wow is she sharp! The orange paint draws you in and
certainly stands out! The black leather seat contours well with the
bike and looks to be comfortable so you can enjoy a nice cruise!
The odometer shows only 3k miles and is stated to be actual per the
owner. The condition of the bike supports the claim! As you would
expect with the model, powering this bike is a 1300cc V-Twin engine
with that power coming alive through 6-speed manual transmission.
She sounds good and is a blast to ride! Owner has had her for over
7 years and she has been well maintained. The title is clean and
clear and ready to be transferred into your name now! This 2006
Honda VTX1300C is offered by our Louisville Showroom and can be
seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video
at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please
call our knowledgeable staff at (812) 294-1555 or email us at
2006 Honda Motorcycle
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