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  1. yuth

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    :) These are my collected items. Please share your thought.


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    1. HEAD prestige classic 600
    2. HEAD pro tour 630 (อันนี้ยืมเค้ามา อิ อิ)
    3. HEAD green prestige 600
    4. Dunlop revelation pro 90
    5. Dunlop revelation max 90
    6. Dunlop max 200g
    7. Wilson prostaff 6.0 85 st vincent (KWQ)
    8. Wilson prostaff 6.0 85 china
    9. Wilson prostaff 6.0 95 china
    10. Wilson JK staff 85 st vincent (AVQ)
    11. Wilson ultra I x 2 st vincent
    12. Wilson ultra II st vincent
    13. Wilson prostaff rok 93
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    14. Donnay Borg pro
    15. Donnay All wood
    16. Donnay lady wood
    17. Wilson JK prostaff
    18. Wilson JK Autograph std
    19. Wilson JK Autograph mid
    20. Wilson men advantage
    21. Fischer super form (Stan Smith)
     
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  2. adams_1

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    My thoughts are that that is a very nice collection indeed.
     
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  3. Virginia

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    Welcome to the forums, yuth! :)

    I agree, that is a very nice collection indeed. What racquet do you yourself play with?
     
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  4. yuth

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    I normally play with wilson prostaff 6.0 st vincent. :)

    So now I plan to buy a KPS88 soon.
     
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  5. yuth

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    Again, These are my friend's sticks.

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    So wonderful right!!!
     
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  6. plasma

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    khapp khunn mai khaaappp!!!...my friend, what type of fischer superform is that??? the las Coste is also very impressive....Outstanding pictures, number one collection, please post more pics
    bye
    your friend
    Dan
     
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  7. khw72004

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    Nice collection going on there
     
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  8. TennezSport

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    Sweet.............

    Sweet racquet collection there! :wink: All the beast and take good care of them.

    Cheers, TennezSport :cool:
     
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  9. yuth

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    Thanks for several comments. And I will let you see some.

    Here we go.

    Green prestige and wilson ultra II both are up to 90% condition.

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    My st vincent, PS6.0 and JK staff.

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  10. yuth

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    Please give me feedback.
     
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  11. khw72004

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    How does the green prestige compare with other prestiges?
     
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  12. yuth

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    In my opinions, I think that Green is more head light than normal prestige. It's easy to swing. More power and control a ball, compare with pc600.

    I love it more than others and I will show you my thought.

    I love Green prestige > PC600 > Prestige pro tour (suspension grip) > MG prestige > i prestige > LM prestige > flexpoint prestige
     
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  13. racquetfreak

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    very nice photo of the St Vincent buttcap.
     
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  14. In D Zone

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    Here's my Yonex SRD Tour 90 collection:

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  15. In D Zone

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    Yonex MP Tour 1 90 /98

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  16. jetlee2k

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    NICE ONE.. some nice & valuable collection
     
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  18. ibii70

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    Oh...my pic:shock:
     
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  19. ibii70

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    Here is my collection

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  20. RanchDressing

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    nice all i got is a ceramic pro kennex "pro ceramic 90".... kevlar strings last strung in 11/27/91 by the original SLO Tennis warehouse BEFORE it was the tennis warehouse.
    It is a bit of history. Dont play with it but feels nice, and the strings have a long life ahead, got dang near new look (plus the fact that kevlar gets near thread and still lasts and lasts)
    and i have my abuser maxply dunlop... some newer strings, dunno what they are clear with a weird blue strand inside... "made in england" still visible!
    both have orignal leather (i loves leather, and my regular racquet is leather with wilson pro overgrip... mmmm the feel)
    no im not trying to write up an advertisment for them but that is what those descriptions sound like ey?
     
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  21. plasma

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    Hi Ranch,
    I had one of those bitd, there are many Pro Kennex afficionados here you will find many friends...what you need to do is join us classic racquet nuts, start to spend some free time at the thrift store and ****, eventually you will have over 100 frames and not even know why...then you will be one of us!!!
     
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  22. plasma

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    ibii70, what is the white monoshaft next to the pro-t and the puma? you have an amazing and diverse collection, please start some of your own threads and honor us with more pics...
    khap khun mai khap!!!
     
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  23. yuth

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    Hi Plasma,

    I think it is Spalding racquet. An aluminium one.

    and today I play with my new prostaff tour us version, so stiff and hard to hit than PS85 china.

    I love st vincent the most.
     
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  24. ibii70

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    Hi Plasma,
    That racquet is Nissan.Last one aluminuim racquete in my collection .
    I will show post as soon...:)
     
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  25. paulielondon

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    Wall mounted display in pic

    Yuth posted a nice display and I realise like any classic collector that I need to find some of these wall mounted display arm things.

    Look on all the shopping sites and needle in haystack stuff occurs.

    The hardware store looks at me like I'm from another planet - well I am- I got an insane amount of classic rackets and fast running out of space.(and more arriving this week!!).

    So please fellow collectors - what are they called? Any UK hardware people supply them?
    Naturally checked TW first.

    Regards,
    Paul.
     
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  27. Sanglier

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    They are called hanger hooks (exactly as they look) here in the US. One can get them from a store fixture supplier or liquidator if there is one nearby, or online. I imagine it's the same in the UK. Most such items are made to go on slatwall display panels, so you may have to make some modifications to them if you intend to affix them to a regular wall, such as drilling holes in them...
     
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