I am wondering why you are making such a big deal on the origin of the bike?
Agreed. It's like this post here saying that all the 2015 Scrambler's are "collector's edition" http://www.ducatiscramblerforum.com...es-sale/16769-ducati-icon-sale-low-miles.html. No they're not collector's edition bikes - they're mass produced and have nothing special about them to set them apart. Likewise, if a bike is from Italy or Thailand it means virtually nothing to the value of the bike. Of course we can "let the market decide" if there should be a premium placed, but most would agree there shouldn't be.Putting an Italy made Scrambler higher than a Thai made one is just marketing blabla. It isn't and wont be worth more than the others. They are both mass produced bikes. There are thousands and thousands of both, not a "very small" number. Considering this, I'd say the offered price can't be taken seriously. Who wants to save something like $50-$100 by getting a second hand bike? That's a 1% discount from retail. A bike usually loses at least 10% the moment it leaves the showroom.