I got 2 Wilson PS 6.6 Couriers and a Prince Pro Series 90 for a $1, checj this out

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  1. DaveDe78

    DaveDe78 New User

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    Hey everyone, check out the amazing score I just came up on. I picked up 2 Wilson 6.6si 85 sq in Stars and Striped Jim Courier Racquets for free, they on mave a little paint chipping and mild grommet wear, and for $1 I got a near mint(hit with 4-5 times, only minor scuffs on the bumper) 90 sq in Prince Graphite Pro Series 90, not the POG cause there's o cross bar, this was supposed to be the next big Prince racquet instead of the POG when it came out. Here's a link to a few pics. I was wondering if anyone had any info on the Prince, and does anyone know what these might be worth. I know I scored though on all of em.

    I don't know how to post pics so here's a link:

    http://pbckt.com/sL.dd0F

    Dave
     
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  2. tennis005

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    Nice find dude!!! Where and how did you get such a great deal? BTW, I have a Graphite Pro 90, looks the same as yours but doesn't have Series in the title. Anyway, it's one great stick. Not sure how much you can get for the Wilsons but the 90 usually go for $30-40 on the bay.
     
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  3. pshulam

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    Wilson 6.6si, 85, Stars and Stripe is about $60 - $100.
     
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  4. DaveDe78

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    I've seen the 6.6's going for over $175, I'm mainly curious about the Prince
     
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  5. pshulam

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    Is that the asking price?
     
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    khw72004 Semi-Pro

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    Who cares what they are worth if you are going to keep them. Besides yours are not in the best condition so it's hard to say what they are worth. And the prices change so fast these days on classic rackets. I remember when I was able to get a Graphite pro for under 20 dollars and now its not the same story. Oh and remember when Jack Kramer Staffs were going over 200. and the 400 dollar Kneissl.....
     
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    That's why he care how much they are worth. I just saw it go up in a local online advertisement cite. Wow a 298 dollar profit for both.
     
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  8. DaveDe78

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    There's nothing wrong with trying to sell them and make some money. And they are in quite good condition, just some scuffing and some paint chips, they play great, just need to be cleaned up a little. Like I said, I've seen these go for over $175 on -b-y, and there's a classic racquet dealer selling a few used ones for over $250 to $300 each. It's all about what they are worth to other people and what they are willing and able to pay for them, I'm not trying to rip anyone off, that's why I'm trying to figure out a reasonable price.
     
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  9. pshulam

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    $150? Not for me. Over the past year, I have seen prices form $50 - $200. The demand is quite sporadic. Good luck in selling them. There are always people who are willing to pay heavy premiums for something of desire.
     
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