FS: Michael Chang Longbody MP and OS

Discussion in 'For Sale or Trade' started by frekcles, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. frekcles

    frekcles Semi-Pro

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    I have two racquets for sale. I bought them from folks who subscribe to this board.

    The first one is a Prince Michael Chang Longbody Midplus. 4 3/8" grip. 8/10 condition with some paint chips. No cracks or dents. Structurally solid. $40 plus shipping.

    Next I have a Chang Longbody OS. 4 3/8" grip. Bought from Netman. Here is the best description of the racquet:
    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=69087&highlight=Chang+Precision
    This one I'll sell for $10 plus shipping.

    Shipping is usually $10 to the lower 48. I would like to sell them as a pair. Originally I bought them because I wanted to try them out to see if I wanted the feel and because eventually I wanted to get the POG and these racquets will give me a comparable feel. Now I have my POG(s) and no longer need them.

    If you wanted to buy them both then the price is $55 shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Please take them off my hands.

    References upon request. Both here and on ****.

    Email at freckles_007@hotmail.com

    Thanks for looking.:D
     
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  2. frekcles

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    Price lowered. $50 shipped. Basically this is a buy one get one free deal if you take both racquets. Cmon guys this is a good deal.
     
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  3. morganman

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    willing to trade for the midplus?
     
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  4. frekcles

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    Both racquets sold! Mods please delete this thread.
     
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