St. Vincent

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Ryoma Kun, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. Ryoma Kun

    Ryoma Kun Semi-Pro

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    a customer brought in one to the store i work at. matte black paint, white butt cap (cant remember #, i can get it) he wanted to know if i was intrested in buying it. I have no use for it, but i wanted to know if anyone out there wanted it. its in 8.5+ condition, no head gaurd. minor scratches, no cracks/chips. lightly used, leather grip has been used very lightly. best condition PS 85 ive seen. no pics available, sorry.

    please post offers and i will give him e-mail addy's from u guys.
     
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  2. ffrpg

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    Grip size?
     
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  3. Ryoma Kun

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    i cant remember, prob a 1/2 from when i held it
     
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  4. nViATi

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    don't buy tennis racquets from racist jerks. look at the pros forum
     
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  5. Hmm, I take it the St. Vincent owner is not Chinese?
     
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  6. Gaines Hillix

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    Don't touch this with a 10' pole without pictures and verification. :) If it's a St. Vincent it will have red primer under the paint and the string channel on the outside of the frame will have square ends. Being bumperless doesn't mean it's a St. Vincent.
     
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