Your welcome. Yes, They make snowmobiles but they dropped the watercraft line a few years back. They also manufacture a full line of ATV's.04_LowRider said:Skyview, thanks. For some strange reason I was thinking that this was the same company who use to make CanAms. Didn't Polaris make snowmobiles and water craft too?
Foreign parts are a give. No big deal there.
I bought mine two years ago for $3500. It had HC pistons and cams installed. I'd call that a good deal. Oh, and it was custom painted and prepared by Arlen Ness. It has also been my favorite bike for some time. Fast and brutal. Why do SCs not hold their value, or Victorys in general? A used Victory is the best deal going. They are built solid, and you can pick one up for a song. If you can find a used SC with the upgraded transmission, for under $4000, that is a good price.microdoc said:what is a good price on a used Victory, looking at a 2000 sc and why dont they hold value?
You'll probably find out more about them on the Victory forum.microdoc said:what is a good price on a used Victory, looking at a 2000 sc and why dont they hold value?
Bubba Neil said:You'll probably find out more about them on the Victory forum.
Early models had transmission woes that would cause the trans to lock up.
A co-worker bought a 2001 SC with 100 miles on it(yes, 100 miles)last year for 5k.
A neighbor has a 2003 Victory for $3500, nice bike but can't sell it, he now has decided to keep it.