Last Call- Vincent Edition

This Vincent is branded in about 11 different places. That includes the way cool cali plate. And yes, that’s a saber handle there next to the seat.

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  1. Dr_Dangerously Avatar

    Amazing and fantastic!

  2. BPR Avatar

    Ever try to place a small piece of wood under your center stand like that? It's not easy. I think he had help.

  3. Smells_Homeless Avatar

    Several years ago I went to Vintage Days at Mid Ohio when Vincent was the featured marque. There were about 15 Black Widows in one place as well as several of them cruising around. I was speechless.

  4. dead_elvis Avatar

    Lovely, but whoever installed the top box should be taken out behind the barn & shot. Practical? That's not really a question to be asked when riding a Vincent. The modern air filters & rubber don't do much for me either.
    You want classy, period-correct carrying cases? Something along the lines of what this Brough wears, then:

  5. faster,Tobias! Avatar

    'Black Shadow of a Vincent
    falls from a Triumph line,
    I got my motorcycle jacket
    but I'm walking all the time'
    Is the sabre hilt Sheffield steel, by chance?

    1. faster,Tobias! Avatar

      oh, and that box is wrong. Just wrong.

  6. CptSevere Avatar

    The only time I saw a Vincent in person was in Moab, Utah, when I saw two of them parked on the street. I waited around for quite a while, taking pictures. I wanted to talk to the owners, but what I really wanted to hear was the sound of them riding off. And, yeah, the box on this one looks like hell. I think the guy just wanted someplace to put a modern taillight and license plate so he could keep the originals in place. I hope that was the case, anyway.

  7. Slow Joe Crow Avatar
    Slow Joe Crow

    That "saber handle" is actually the operating lever for the center stand and folds forward when riding.