The 2010 Cervelo P2 boasts a carbon fiber frame, Dura Ace group set, Cobb saddle and Easton Aero training wheels. It was a 56 cm frame which felt like it fit me pretty well.
In 2010 the Ultegra and Shimano R500 wheels, this bike retailed for $2800 in 2010. The upgrades would certainly push this to $3800+.
I was dealing with the second owner of the bike who purchased it in 2017. He had it tuned and fitted, raced it a couple of times and put on a few hundred training miles. I am guessing he got a good deal on it and paid between $1200 and $1500 for the bike and then another $100 for a tune and $300 for a fit.
Flash forward, he was selling because he does not race anymore, but still enjoys running and biking. He listed it for a reasonable $875 and I made what I thought was a lowball offer. He accepted and threw in an extra set of pedals, new elbow pads for the aero bars and a Giro Air Attack helmet.
On the first test ride, the saddle was definitely low and a little forward. The handling felt twitchy. The shifting was smooth and the brakes adjusted well. The 39/23 small gear certainly left something to be desired as I enjoy the 34/28 small gear on my road bike. I had struggled needing a gear on my Pinarello which sports a 39/25. The bike will be great for flat courses.