Hello, I have three 1970's and 1980's era tennis rackets for sale. They are part of my racket collection. One Wilson Jack Kramer Pro Staff, 4 1/2 light, in almost new condition. It is very straight, not warped at all, that I can see. It even comes with the original cover, which is in brand new condition. It is strung with what is probably the original nylon string. No signs of wear on the strings. The head of the racket has almost no scratches on it. I am really amazed that this racket can be in such great shape, after being around for probably 25 years. It has the original leather grip, and you can easily read the words "Wilson" and "Genuine Leather" on the grip. If you rated a rackets condition on a 1 to 100, where 100 was original condition, I would give this racket a 93. Price $ 50 bucks. Shipping $15.00 to continental USA - using UPS Ground. If you like playing with wood every once in a while, it's really fun to pull this out of your tennis bag, and pretend it's 1980. Next, I have a Wilson metal T-3000 in great shape. It's a 4 3/8 grip, strung with what looks like gut string. The head of this racket is in almost totally new shape. I can't even see a scrape on the metal wires. Comes with original leather grip, which could probably use a little cleaning, and there is some very slight scratching on the red T-3000 throat piece. Comes with original cover, which is in fair condition. I can't figure out how the cover can look so rough, and the racket look so good. Maybe the original owner scraped it around in their closet, but just didn't take it out much to hit with it. Selling this one for $40 bucks + $15 for shipping. Next, I have a Donnay Borg Pro, black racket, in Very Good to Excellent shape. It still has the like new label on the side that says it's a "light 3", which I think means it's a light, 4 and 3/8 grip. With like-new condition original nylon strings and very little head wear, with just "some" scratches on the head, but the entire head has almost completely 90 degree edges. Comes with original leather grip which is in very good shape. This racket has an unusually long leather grip, which you could fit two huge hands on, and still have some room. That was back in the days when a 2 handed backhand was a big deal. They wanted to make sure the people who wanted to play like Borg didn't run into the frustration of having your hands on the wood, or is this racket graphite or some kind of composite?? Maybe some of you know. No cover with this racket. Price is $35.00 plus $15 for shipping to continental USA. I will sell all 3 rackets for $125 and free shipping via UPS ground to continental USA.