Originally Posted by coachrick
Posted a comment on the YouTube site(a first for me). The green Prince became known as the Classic. The Magnesium may have been called the Magnesium Pro.
I mentioned the Garcia X15, Slazenger Ti, Slaz Plus, Durbin Aluminum, Spalding Smasher(we need to get you a Smasher
. Gonzales switched to the Smasher late in his career...a matte aluminum among a sea of chromed steel!
Of course, the Arthur Ashe series was a sandwich construction, a different kind of 'metal' racket. Others of similar design were the Yamaha YCR and the Rossignol R-40 and RT.(Johan Kriek et al); all were aluminum 'faces' with FRP, foam and 'secret materials' making up the in*****.
Between this thread and the one with the Ektelon C and Victor StayTite, I'm having some serious flashbacks to the '70s
Thanks coach ... lots more deserving metals need to be mentioned, which is why I like contributing in these threads.