How much is Head Prestige Classic 600 worth?

treblings

Hall of Fame
Two used Prestige 600 Classic went for about $ 100,- last week. They seemed in pretty good condition.
 

brownbearfalling

Hall of Fame
It's worth what ever it's worth to you. I can't think of many racquets worth over $300. Even perfect condition SV Pro staff get up to $250. I'm sure if you tried really hard you could find someone that would buy it for around $300. But for a quick sale, $170 sounds reasonable. But I'm sure to you it's worth a lot more than that.
 

MRG

New User
I still got a few brand new PC600 with plastic still on handle.

I guess it really worth some money but I have no plan to sell them though. 8-P
 

treblings

Hall of Fame
I still got a few brand new PC600 with plastic still on handle.

I guess it really worth some money but I have no plan to sell them though. 8-P

Keep the plastic on the handle and it´s better than money in the bank
 

mental midget

Hall of Fame
i've got a head prestige laying around somewhere that's green and grey. i remember loving everything about it except the grip shape, too rectangular. is this a prestige 660, too? anybody want it?
 

icefatboy

New User
hi, if you planning to sell them (Pc600) and their grip is L4, I am keen.
but prices will depends on condition.

Thanks.
 

TnTBigman

Professional
I can't see the details of the frame, but if it has no scratchs/paint chips on it, but the bumper alone has some, you can still get atleast $170-$180 for it on fleabay. Non USA buyers are more willing to pay the big prices imho. Don't bother with the TW boards. You'll be in a boxing match against a midget. (low blows).
 

jayserinos99

Hall of Fame
i've got a head prestige laying around somewhere that's green and grey. i remember loving everything about it except the grip shape, too rectangular. is this a prestige 660, too? anybody want it?
It's the Prestige 600. It came right after the Prestige Pro but slightly before (or at the same time as) the Trek-font Prestige Classic 600. Maybe one of the Head gurus can chime in.

If you really like that frame but it's too rectangular, you can always change the grip shape via balsa wood or electrical tape.

As for the OP, I think the Prestige Pros and Trek-font Prestige Classic 600s fetch slightly higher than the models you have but you'd still get quite a bit of money for your frames ($120-$200).
 

Tennisguy777

Professional
I know a guy who bought one of those from a flea market for $3 in 9 / 10 shape. He said they had like 5 of them but he only bought 1 he had no clue what they were.
 
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