Perhaps they'll appeal to the original market? They sold the Vit T originally and people bought it, maybe those people are older now and fancy another? (if you could get hold of one)
Time, inflation and demand wise is it really that much more than they were in the day? I remember what I paid for mine at the time.
Oh I agree- what I mean is that given the ease of buying custom ti frames now compared to back in the day, it's perhaps only previous owners that would have the brand loyalty needed to fork out for something that could, for a little more spent elsewhere, be tailored to their exact requirements.
Don't get me wrong, it is a lovely bike and good value as a package but
I'd be saving a little longer though and go for a Paduani/IF/Black Sheep/Seven or similar, built to Hei Hei geometry with a little added stiffness, disc tabs, EBB and Rholoff hub.
I know it's not retro (yet) but have you seen