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  YEAR: 2011
  MAKE: Kawasaki - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: Vulcan 900 Trike Only 683 Miles  
  PRICE: $14,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10523  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  The Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic SE (VN900B) is a mid-sized cruiser first introduced in 2006. The Vulcan 900 is powered by a liquid cooled 903 cc V-Twin engine mated to a five speed transmission. It also features a 5.3 gallon tank, floor boards, front and rear disk brakes, electronic fuel injection and a belt for the final drive. This is a Vulcan 900 Classic LT (VN900D) which came standard with a factory windshield, saddlebags, a passenger back rest and a leather studded seat. When it was new the selling dealer sent it out to Lehman and had it converted to a Storm trike and the owner had passenger floor boards added. The Storm features an S.M.A.R.T. suspension for maximum performance with a no lean. Other features include the adjustable rear air suspension, the large lockable trunk, a steering stabilizer bar, raked triple trees, a parking brake and cast aluminum rear wheels. This is a one owner trike that was purchased new in August of 2011 and currently has an incredibly low 683 original miles. It also comes with a 3 year prepaid maintenance contract which covers all service needs through 08/20/14 or 20,000 miles. Service must be done at Gieson Motorsports in Rock Falls, IL. In addition you will also be provided with a $500 voucher good for any Kawasaki accessories from the same selling dealer. With its super low mileage, $500 accessory voucher and prepaid maintenance you will be hard pressed to finder a better value on a comparable Storm! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com  
   
     
     

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