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Just to let you know that my dealer phoned me to tell me that my F1000 arrives in the shop end of this week.
My dealer organized a trip to the MV factory for end of the month and 22 owners will assist. MV Agusta proposed a very interesting factory visit.
All this to tell you that we can rely more on the information supplied by the factory on their production prognoses.
-- Patrick Maes (Patrick.email@example.com), June 01, 2004
Congradulations on the news! I am glad to hear that things are moving along. Do you have any other information about the factory visit?
-- Cali-Kane (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 01, 2004.
Patrick, where are you located ? curious to know re your 1000 delivery. thanks Julian
-- julian mclean (email@example.com), June 01, 2004.
Yo! I E N V Y Y O U . . . . . .
-- AJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 02, 2004.
Beaudry Motorsports in Idaho is Advertising (accepting deposits); the new F4 for $20,995 US, The Ago for 24,995 and the Tambourini for Mid $40K and are stating an August September delivery
-- Bill (email@example.com), June 03, 2004.
Someone mentioned it's going in Europe from $18,800 Euro, which at todays exchange rate is $22,984.00.
Here's Beaudry's ad:
"THE 1000'S ARE COMING... 2005 F4-AG0 1000cc, RED AND SILVER, ONLY 300 BUILT, Here By August! $25,995 2005 F4-1000S, RED AND SILVER, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER DELIVERY $20,995 2005 F4-1000S 1+1, RED AND SILVER, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER DELIVERY $20,995 2006 F4-1000MT TAMBIRINI, OVER 175HP, RARE-EXPENSIVE-COOL! MID $40K ****DO NOT DELAY, A DEPOSIT ON ONE OF THE 1000'S IS A GREAT IDEA!! DOOR TO DOOR DELIVERY AVAILABLE"
And here's their link: http://www.beaudrymotorsports.com/cgi/bmsinstock.pl
-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, AZ) (Agibbs996@aol.com), June 03, 2004.
The price indication you are giving for Europe is more or less correct. Pay attention however that prices may vary from one country to the other country, depending on local import strategies and mainly differences in local taxes, for instance a difference of 10 % and even more is not unusual (Germany is quite cheap, Switzerland and Northern countries, quite expensive)
-- Patrick Maes (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 04, 2004.