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neil1b 01-25-2013 03:11 PM

Help from TT Members on a racquet value
 
All,

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.

DownTheLineWith90 01-25-2013 03:58 PM

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

Andyroo10567 01-25-2013 04:05 PM

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

cork_screw 01-25-2013 04:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neil1b (Post 7165109)
All,

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.

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.

MikeHitsHard93 01-25-2013 04:42 PM

I would say 129.99

El Zed 01-25-2013 06:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neil1b (Post 7165109)
All,

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.

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...

MAXXply 01-25-2013 07:48 PM

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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