View Full Version : Classic Wingfield stringer for cheap in the Atlanta area

joe sch
06-17-2004, 08:56 PM
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Gaines Hillix
06-18-2004, 05:44 AM
Very interesting, Joe....looks a lot like one of the old Serrano machines...even made in St. Louis like they were. Can you tell if it's all there?

Steve Huff
06-18-2004, 04:07 PM
It looks just like my Serrano 550B.

Gaines, the parts that I don't see are:

--the glide bars that fit between the 2 glide bars on the machine that allow you to string the mains.

--the weights

--the screw-down clamps for the mounting arms that hold down the frame

It's a nice-looking machine, but without those parts, it will never be functional. They could be sitting in a box somewhere though. You might want to go take a look at it.

Joe-good find. Have you used yours lately?

joe sch
06-19-2004, 06:50 AM
Steve is correct, when I got my vintage serrano stringer which is very similar to the wingfield model, many of the parts were in a box and just needed a little smoothing and paint. I enjoyed stringing some old classic rackets on it. It only handle standard to midsize rackets and a 85sq head is really pushing the limits of its design. If you have the room, its a great machine to have in your shop :