2007 V-Star 1300 for Sale

2007 V-Star 1300, 10,300 miles (all babied), $6300 OBO (NADA average retail is $6570). This Cruiser is in OUTSTANDING condition!!! Garage kept, never layed down. Only seen rain while riding. Oil changed religiously every 3,000 miles. Purchased from BFF in April 2013 with 5,800K miles who also kept in garage and meticulously kept it up…so I am 2nd owner. Coolant & Brake systems just flushed in April. Clear title in hand. Bike had following accessories added when I purchased:
-Yamaha Sissy Bar (shorty) with VStar back pad ($275)
-Chrome Radiator Grille ($135)
-Chrome Kaoko Cruise Control kit ($125)
-Midnight Desperado Saddlebags w/chrome supports ($200)
-Chrome Passing Lamps (front and back) and mounts ($267)
-Chrome “Big Bar” Engine Guard ($194)
-Star Windshield (custom cut) ($425)
-Chrome Passenger Backrest Sidearms ($175)
-Chrome Billet Frame inserts ($105)
-Chrome Belt Guard ($120)
-Chrome “Live to Ride” Switch Box & Air Cleaner covers ($65)
Accessories I’ve added since I purchased in April 2013:
-Exhaust/Air Box mods
-New K&N (million mile limited warrenty) Air Filter ($68) just installed 2 months ago
-New Bridgestone Exedra G722 (rear tire)/G721 (front tire) installed 19Apr13 ($275)
-V-Star Passenger Floorboards ($135)
-Chrome Speedometer Cowl ($60)
-Kuryakyn Dually Iso Highway Pegs ($170)
Stock items for those replaced with chrome onhand as well.

Serious inquires only…NO joy riders please. Email: scrabb2@verizon.net, 757-377-3607.


Good luck with the sale Steve ...

When you joined us a few weeks ago you seemed pretty excited about your purchase of this bike in April. Hope this decision is not based on anything bad going on with you.

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Conrad

Ya can't roller skate in a Buffalo heard; cause ya might trip and fall in a Buffalo terd. Thanks Roger Miller-RIP

Am very satisfied with 1300,

Am very satisfied with 1300, however, the "Club" I ride with are all Hardley's...and that gave me the itch for more HP. I wanted to do some more mods to 1300 to get her were I wanted, but came to realize that I can't mod HP without moving "up"...hence the Raider. She (1300) is a sweet ride who got me more excited than I thought I ever would be :-)

Harleys: The art of turning gas into loud noises...without the pesky horse power!!!!!