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    Quote Originally Posted by Barty
    The Victory dealer is building a new show room and workshop
    Where?

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    Patanakarn Road. Look up on Facebook for the Thailand Victory and Indian dealer. The contact info is there.

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    I know the dealer is on Pattanakarn road.

    The question I asked, where are they building the new showroom? Pattanakarn?

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    Just up the road from the current location. Don't know exactly where but I got the impression that it wasn't to far. I asked two different people in Thai where it was and got two different answers. One was up the road and the other was over the road.

    What are you looking at buying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barty
    What are you looking at buying?
    About a month ago I test rode the High Ball.
    Found it to be very quiet, very smooth and excellent power delivery.
    However the staff at Victory are hopeless at sales.
    No one could speak English.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exige View Post
    However the staff at Victory are hopeless at sales.
    No one could speak English.


    It's the same at Honda Big Wing, here in Chiang Mai.
    Their English is so bad that none of them are even game to walk up to you in the showroom. You're left there standing like a shag on a rock.

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    Makes sense, to have a bike with sales potential for westerners by Thais only speaking staff. The paucity of English speakers amongst Thais is abysmal.

    Particularly when compared with the Filipinos or even Malaysian.
    I try to get my daughters friends to speak English, all they can do is giggle.
    There canít be good living where there is not good drinking

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    This might be of interest...

    My mate had one of these, brand new. Here it is with 5 km on the ODO.



    Anyway, he had a serious crash with it.



    Lots of serious damage to the bike and himself.
    He had a guy re-build it in Kanchanaburi.




    Here's the finished article. Picked it up a couple of days ago.


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