Old 09-18-21, 09:11 PM
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jccaclimber
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There are a few da Vinci's for sale around the country currently, priced between $1500 (older, v-brakes, bar con shifters) and $4500 (newer, carbon fork, STI/ergo shifters, disk brakes). The better photographed ones seem to sell faster, regardless of price.
We bought our current bike, an early 2000's da Vinci In-2-tion for $1500 plus shipping from Maine earlier this year. It's an older model than yours with lower level components, but is coupled and came with cases and a coupler wrench (one hard, one soft).
While I like the idea of this forum having a stronger sale/wanted section, I found tandemclassifieds, craigslist, an FB marketplace had a lot more activity when I was conducting our tandem search.
As I'm sure you are aware, there's also an inverse relationship between sale price and patience.
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