Help from TT Members on a racquet value

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by neil1b, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. neil1b

    neil1b Rookie

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    I was wondering what an original Aero pro Drive racquet, brand new with cardboard and plastic on the grip (1/4") would be worth? I have never seen one for sale here or on the big auction site. Any help is greatly appreciated to determine the value if one was to purchase and find one.
     
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  2. DownTheLineWith90

    DownTheLineWith90 Rookie

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    $250 - $350?
    Depends on the buyer.
    Isn't that literally what Nadal uses under a paintjob?
     
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  3. Andyroo10567

    Andyroo10567 Professional

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    Er, I would say just from $120-$180....
     
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  4. cork_screw

    cork_screw Hall of Fame

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    I sold mine 2 years ago that was in "like new" "mint cond" with wear only on the bumper g. for $150. It was in 3/8. Sell in summer it will fetch more than any other time of the year.
     
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  5. MikeHitsHard93

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    I would say 129.99
     
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  6. El Zed

    El Zed Banned

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    I sold two recently, at a relative quality of 8 to 8.5, at a range of $125 to $150.00, exclusive of shipping. The only problem that you might face is that a brand new 2013 is selling for $200.00, thereby placing a practical cap in terms of what most people would be willing to pay. I'd probably price it at $250.00 and be open to offers...
     
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  7. MAXXply

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    It helps to find a determined buyer who wants your racket no matter what the cost. Sold mine 2 years ago for $250. Of course, after "egregiousBay" fees and "PayFoul" fees took their gouge, it wasn't much of a win for me. :mad:
     
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