Dunno. Love my cars but in comparison to a bike they just don't create the same thrill. To each their own though. Personally rather than loose almost 10K in depreciation and trade in value I would rather just keep the bike around for special occasions. If 2K is not a huge difference to you what about 9K?The 2010's MSPR was $18,500. I think MV dropped the price of the 2013 to around $17,000 or $17,500.
Fortunately for me, I can just trade my MV in for $9000 and work some of that off via a discount on the Evora S. The $2K difference between $11 and $9 doesn't really mean much to me considering the hassles of a private sale.
Glad to see that it went to someone who truly appreciates it. Driving 1800 miles is a labor of love for a bike. That machine certainly has a good home now.Sold to Aric Stegen today. Aric, thanks for making the 1800 mile (24 hour) drive to Phoenix,AZ. It was great meeting you and your girlfriend. Hope you enjoy your sun tan and the bike. And, I hope you put more miles on it this year than I did in the past 2 1/2. The MV deserves to be ridden and not just hooked up to a battery tender in a garage.
But alas, my garage and heart feel a little empty tonight.:bawling: This is my last picture taken at 2 a.m. Last night.