FS: Head Radical Tour OS - bumble bee, 4 1/2, 8.5/10

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  1. pshulam

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    Head Radical Tour OS - bumble bee

    One of Andre Agassi's racket of choice, designed to compete with the Prince Original Graphite (POG OS).
    L4
    8.5/10 condition - a few scratches on the bumper guard but no blemishes on the frame.
    http://picasaweb.google.com/pshulam/HeadRadicalTourOSBumbleBee

    Price: $70 shipped USPS, Paypal only
     
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    too bad i'm selling mine too.
     
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    Why are you selling yours?
     
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    switching to the prince graphite. the bumblebee attracts too much attention.
     
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    Only one inquiry about the where it was made so far. According to a label in the case, this racket was designed in Austria but made in China.

    Any reasonable offer will be considered.
    pshulam@yahoo.com
     
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    Still available?
     
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    Yes, it is -- if interested, email me: pshulam@yahoo.com
     
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    No insult intended but I'll swap a Copper Ace.
    Or a Dunlop 1000G Ice- only has scratches on the bumper guard. My 11 yr old son used it for a summer.
     
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    This racket has been sold.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    No insult at all. Copper Ace is a nice racket - low flex, nice feel.
     
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