hairline crack st. vincent

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by 12step, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. 12step

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    I have st. vincent with hairline crack. How much will it go for? It is a very early st. vincent model without bumper.


    Sorry my english is not good.
     
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  2. joe sch

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    It should go for less than a new wilson prostaff 6.0 since any player should be able to figure out which racket would perform better *but* you never know with some of the buyers for these *magical* st vincents ;)
     
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  3. K!ck5w3rvE

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    Depends.....if its only hairline, then you might be able to get away with it on **** lol.
     
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  4. Jerry Seinfeld

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    Let's see. You have a very old racquet. It is cracked and missing a bumper guard. It would have little value, if any, to anyone as an actual usable racquet.

    If you could find a hobbyist who collects such things to hang in a tennis themed basement or something, s/he might be willing to pay a couple bucks to use it as a wall decoration. Your best bet is ****. You'll probably get $5 - $20 dollars, unless the stringbed has a wear pattern of the Virgin Mary or Jim Courier. In this scenario it would probably draw bids in the 1000's for Mary and maybe upwards of $75.00 for Jim Courier. A divine Edberg would go in the hundreds and Pete would likely go for just slightly less than the Virgin Mary. :)
     
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  5. drakulie

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    You might be able to get around 20-30 dollars for it on ****. Some people may buy it to use the grip, or grommets (if they are useable), etc.

    Good luck
     
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