"new" LT301

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by racquetfreak, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. racquetfreak

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    *NEW*Lacoste LT 301 Guy Forget Limited Equijet LT301 (e*ay #180496675735) -
    $750 obo - what would you pay?
     
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  2. retrowagen

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    Forget that, Guy! (Nuyk nyuk)

    I cringe to pay more than $200 for any racquet. But I use them to play tennis, not collect as an investment or as objets d' art.
     
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  3. racquetfreak

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    nyuk nyuk, indeed - very good!
     
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  4. Tennis Man

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    I sold mine for $299 in near mint ... who needs a brand new one? I'm tired of wiping dust of them. No more brand new classics for me.
     
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  5. retrowagen

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    ^ Me too. I'm in "Use 'em, or lose 'em" mode, and I like that. Less is more.
    That said, I'll have three 1980's Kneissls up for grabs pretty shortly (once I find some time to photograph and list them).
     
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  6. galain

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    I'm also in the "if you've got it, use it" category. $700 for a racquet is more than I'd ever pay, no matter how interested I am in a stick. There are so many people in the world for whom $700 would make such a huge difference, it's kind of obscene to think about spending that kind of money on a what amounts to little more than a toy.
     
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