FS: Head LM Radical MP 4 3/8 'Made in Austria'

Discussion in 'For Sale or Trade' started by prspect06, Nov 14, 2006.

  1. prspect06

    prspect06 New User

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    This one is 'Made in Austria'. It is 4 3/8 and is in 8/10 condition. There are a few nicks, but it looks almost brand new. I'm asking $52 shipped for it. Please e-mail me at dmabellon@gmail.com if you would like pics.
     
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  2. prspect06

    prspect06 New User

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    Here are some pics:

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  3. abenguyen

    abenguyen Hall of Fame

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    where does it say "Made in Austria"? do u live in the U.S.? i can offer you a trade for my nsix-one 95 16 x18 for it. its a 3/8 grip
     
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  4. rod_b

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    Is there a significance to being made in Austria?
     
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  5. prspect06

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    The sticker on the butt cap says 'Made in Austria'. I'm not looking for any trades.

    Thanks!
     
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  6. frekcles

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    I have a proposition for you guys. If Dan's racquet is still available I'll buy it from you and will swap with Abe for his Ncode.

    I'll Paypal Dan the money ASAP upon confirmation of the racquet's availability and then Dan can send the racquet to Abe who will in turn send me his racquet.

    All in all everyone gets what they want, Dan get's $52, Abe gets the LM Radical and I get the Ncode.

    Sounds good?

    Let me know if you guys are willing to do this.

    Thanks.

    I just had a chat with Dan. It seems that he sold his 3/8" grip but he has a 1/4" grip LM Radical available so if Abe still wants to do the deal Dan is up to it.




    Francis
     
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