2000 Kawasaki Vulcan Drifter 800 Indian Army Bobber Motorcycle





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Published on Sep 10, 2009


*Custom Green Paint with Stars, High quality Urethane Clear Coat
*Roadhouse Exhaust (2weeks old) I removed the fiber but easily put on if you dont like the sound) $581.95
*Kuryakyn Hi-Five Air Cleaner $279.99 Plus 7/8 spacer $19.99 so it doesnt stick out Jetted carb (2weeks old)
*2 lowered Front and Rear using Scoot works lowering kit
*10 Black Ape hanger $40
*OEM solo seat (lowered but left the front part so you wont slide when you ride) $300
*Black Tombstone tail light with blue dot $75
*LED Turn Signals (Always light up in red for your safety but when you use turn signal it lights up yellow)
*Red vintage style grips $40
*RARE Black OEM Passenger Foot Board $300
*3 Black Mirrors imported from Japan $60
* OEM Black fog lights $250
*Custom made leather tank bib and tool bag
*Custom made skull key
*New clutch cable (a week old)
*New Speedo cable
*Motor oil, and both brake fluid are changed 2 weeks ago

*OEM 2 up seat and Saddle bags
*OEM Handle bars
*OEM Windshield
*OEM Mirrors
*OEM rear shock bar and front fork spacer
*OEM Exhaust pipe (baffle removed)
* Front and rear NEW brake pads

I tried to make the classic look and also can cruise with a lot bigger bikes.
The bike is well maintained by me (I used to be a motorcycle mechanic back in Japan)

A lot of people think this is an Indian or custom bike.
I met a person who owns 1948 Indian Chief told me this bike is a lot more like it than current Indian.


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