View Full Version : FS/T: (2x) Wilson Pro Staff 6.1 Classic midplus, white buttcap, 4 3/8 (8/10, 9/10)

06-29-2009, 08:33 AM
I have two Wilson Pro Staff 6.1 Classics from the 1990s for sale. They are both in great shape. In fact, one is in excellent condition and never been strung. The used model originally came with a Fairway leather grip. The unused model comes with the standard Wilson synthetic black grip. Both are vintage rackets from the 1990s, made in Taiwan, with white butt caps. For those who don't know, these white-butt cap models were built to last, so you'll get plenty of mileage out of these frames. Asking $110 shipped for used model and $140 shipped for mint condition model. If you have Wilson Wilson K90s in 4 1/4, I might be willing to trade.

email: phonung@yahoo.com

I accept paypal.

I have excellent references on TW as blackdafied.

1. Used model. 8/10 condition considering its age. Wilson no. 1210000. leather grip showing some age, but it looks like this racket hasn't been used all that much over the past 10 years (or the prior owner used a lot of head protection tape). Model weighs 348 g (12.28 oz) strung with Signum Poly Plasma 17g. Comes with original Pro Staff cover from the 1990s. Asking $110 shipped to CONUS. Will ship to other countries as well.

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2. Unused model. Wilson no. 1043525. Racket is in 9/10 condition since I took the plastic off the handle. I applied white overgrip but have not actually used the racket yet. This model weighs a little more at 340 g (12 oz) unstrung. No cover. Asking $140 shipped to CONUS. Will ship to other countries as well.

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06-29-2009, 09:33 PM
Oops on the photos. Here's the gallery of pics on flickr


for more questions, email phonung@yahoo.com


07-01-2009, 11:18 PM
Rackets are sold.