Best items you found at thrift stores (Goodwill)?

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by flashfire276, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. frinton

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    CONGRATS! Super cool piece
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Just picked up T2000 and a Yonex ezone Ai 100 and they were the same price; $1.99. As I checked out, the clerk was very careful to point out there weren't strings in the Yonex. I told her my brother is a television repair man who has an awesome set of tools and can fix it.
     
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    It's a good thing she caught that, though. Easily overlooked. Now if he can rig that thing with fiber optic cables, and you can somehow rig an Internet connection: instant SmartRacquet.
     
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    found a MadRaq "look alike": Life Sports, the "Isoflex", a long gone Dutch brand.

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    Have to restring it, and see how it plays.
     
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    Nice! I've tried to show restraint lately. My wife is strongly urging me to sell off what I've acquired. I also have settled on a racquet to use.

    It better be a great bargain for me to buy. Having said that, I still walked into the local Play It Again Sports and they were loaded with a bunch of nice racquets in the $40-60 range.
     

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