|Litespeed Tuscany with full Record and Nucleon wheels-$3400||cashnloaf|
Jun 13, 2001 9:08 PM
|Is this a good deal?|
|re: Litespeed Tuscany with full Record and Nucleon wheels-$3400||vram|
Jun 14, 2001 1:57 AM
|It is a good deal--lowest prices I have seen:
Tuscany + fork- $1650
Campy record- $1200
Can you kindly tell us where you are getting this deal?
|re: Litespeed Tuscany with full Record and Nucleon wheels-$3400||Honkyb|
Jun 15, 2001 4:40 PM
|I'd say that is a good deal, if you were looking at a Tuscany to start with. Not one of those gotta buy it cause of the price even though it is not what best suits you. I am riding a bike with full record, and nucleons, bike retails for 4200, I paid 2650. Deals are out there just have to look.|
|I got mine for $3320 shipped to my house.||Tsunami|
Jun 21, 2001 1:41 PM
|I have to say that is a good deal.
1) What kind of fork are you getting with it?
2) What other parts are you getting?
3) I bought my bike in August 2000 and here is what mine came with:
2001 Tuscany frame, Look HSC3 fork, Campy Record 10, Chris King headset, Campy Carbon seat post, Deda 215 handlebars, ITM Millienium stem, Maxflite TA saddle, Wheels are Record laced to black Mavic Open-Pro's, Micheln OP tires, Cenelli Cork tape, No pedals.
I just upgraded to Kyriums (totalcycling.com), EC-90 handlebar, Speedplay X1's, and SLR saddle. if you factor in the cost i sold the old parts for, than means I paid $3990 for my bike. So I would have to say you are getting a good deal.
|Where did you get this deal? Thanks (nm)||vram|
Jun 21, 2001 6:07 PM
Jun 21, 2001 6:30 PM
|i talked to beth and worked with her on the build.|| |