Pierre Col· Registered
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According to a french website, the 1500 Desmosedici RR have now been sold:
Johnny, please, I do not want to be rude but just stop saying crap.JohnnyDuc said:Great ??? When I ordered mine there was only going to be 400. Now there are going to be 1,500, so much for exclusivity. And, they are going to build an 800cc version when this bike is done competing......Great again ????
At your service caro Alfredoalfredob said:Pierre,, could you translate this please:
"la demande pour la Desmocedici a été si forte que Ducati avait accepté d'en fabriquer 1 250 puis 1 500, ce qui n'a pas suffi, les carnets de commande étant surchargés."
Alfredbob,alfredob said:If I did, where could I find another one???
Johnny,JohnnyDuc said:...I still contend, they should have kept the numbers down on the Desmo. Porsche only makes limited numbers of GT3's,GT2's and GT3 Rs's. Ferrari only makes limited numbers of cars. This keeps them exclusive and worth more.
Granted, my Porsche dealer has a "New" 996 GT2 on the floor right now. No buyers yet. But all the new GT3's are gone NOW. The GT3 RS's are going for at least $ 50,000.00 over sticker. They just don't make that many. There won't be 1,500 GT3's any time soon. And way less GT3 RS's.teflon said:Johnny,
Porsche makes as many regular GT3s as they can sell. The GT3 RS and GT2 are limited in production, but take a look at the 996 GT2 values. That car was overpriced new and it has not held its value well at all.
We were just laughing at the dealer about this.alfredob said:Johnnny, where have you heard of this one about an 800cc being built in the future???? The number 400 is for the US only in my info....the 1500 is the number worldwide