Originally Posted by High street sw19
Oops missed the link...
The first link has some great photos and info. about Federer's racket and paintjobs etc, if you are interested in that sort of thing.
I know some won't think of this as a classic racket, but it is related to the PS85 (definitely an all-time classic), it is an updated version of the PS95 basically (superb for slices I can promise you), and it has a fantastic paintjob in my opinion!
I know this is from the early 2000's, but I'm going to post some photos of some rackets from the late 1990's next week, which I also think are classics, I realise some may not have the same opinion.