I’m no evangelist when it comes to safety. I have no say when it comes to what folks do on motorcycles. However, I do believe that if you strap yourself on to a two-wheeled mean machine you should live by the adage all-the-gear-all-the-time. Clearly, not everyone feels the same way, and the seller of this Victory Kingpin is totally fine rocking a t-shirt, rolled-up-at-thecuff-jeans and a pair of Nike sneakers.
I don’t want to hate on this ad. I seriously don’t. The seller seems to have been very interested in the bike, but then decided to pursue an off-road racing project. That demands cash, and the sale of this bike will bring that. Still, the photos are terrible and the attire is a joke. Hope the jump for the rest of the ad.
This is an actual photo for an actual product that someone is actually trying to tell. That finger-colored object towards the top of the photo, the one taking your eye away from the product for sale, is a finger. Apparently there wasn’t enough time to snap one or two more “safety” pics because Sans Safetyclees was resigned to the fact that his fat fingers would ruin any other non-moving shot of the the Victory.
Here’s the rest of the ad:
This bike is sweet, belt driven, tuned, clean, nice lines. Arlen Ness exhaust and tuner. Runs amazing and fast. 1500cc with 9500 miles on it. super comfy. Custom bars with some bare welds but you can swap out to the cruiser type or factory for cheap. They have more lift but a good rde for going aways. Sounds super good and deep. Clean title in hand. I really need the cash for an off road racing project that has to be ready for a race. hate to see it go…. priced to sell fast. text or call me for a drive
541-233-3030 also have the back seat that bolts on. And of course… I wont ship, send, “figure out”, finance, take a wire or any other shady business. If you have something to trade that has value hit me up
It’s not the worst ad, that’s for sure, and not a bad bike for $5,000. It’s not my style but it could be someone’s pride and joy for a great price. Still, if you’re trying to sell a product, regardless of what it may be, take a moment to look at the photos you’re going to use. Then take two to three more moments to review your copy.
After you review the pics and you’re happy with your finger occupying a major portion of the frame be sure to go ahead and hit publish.