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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-20-2006, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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New Tamburini in an unopened crate!

I realize that, at this point, it is probably priceless, but what is a realistic value? I considering bidding on one. $50K?
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Are you talking about this one or another one?

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I realize that, at this point, it is probably priceless, but what is a realistic value? I considering bidding on one. $50K?
Don't know the current status of the auction, but that bike has been the subject of several threads. It is in San Antonio at KC International, and was previously listed with a $50K reserve, which was lowered to $45K. Bidding reached $43.5K and it remained unsold.

I had it reserved for 5 days at $45K, but decided to get an '07 F4R/910R combo instead. It was subsequently relisted, but the winning bidder tanked. This is AT LEAST the 3rd recent listing for the bike, and last known reserve was $44K.

It is authentic, and is reportedly the last remaining UNSOLD Tamburini in the world. KCI is in ownership transition pending recent sale. New dealership is in new location and has added Benelli and Bimota. Don't know if the Tambo remains with Kemal at the original location or is part of inventory under new ownership. One simple phone call to Matt at KCI should clear up any questions @ 210.764.9990.

Somebody PLEASE buy Tambo #137, so I can get it out of my mind.


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Somebody PLEASE buy Tambo #137, so I can get it out of my mind.
Send me the money and i'll take that weight off your shoulders
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I realize that, at this point, it is probably priceless, but what is a realistic value? I considering bidding on one. $50K?
It is realistically worth what a qualified buyer is willing to pay.
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WYD OPN,

If you have the means to purchase it, you should. I'm sure one day you will be kicking yourself if you don't get it.

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post #8 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-20-2006, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah, that's what I'm thinking too-

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Buy the SENNA R!!!!!
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I think, at this point, I'd rather have the Senna. How does the Senna compare to the Tambo from the performance standpoint?
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At that level performance similar.

Senna is NOT a Tamburini, be CLEAR about that.

If you plan to ride it and don't care about depreciation it's a matter of which MV you lust for.

All these machines are special, and a "limited" edition is not really what makes these bikes special. They are great running machines, that are on par with sexual lust.

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I hear you, I have that same " lust for" affliction!
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