Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Equijet, Apr 2, 2010.
Ericsson, Sorry for responding your request so late!
I wish you enjoy those attached pictures of LT303. More photos of various Equijet are coming up soon.
Amazing, didn't even know this existed until you mentioned it
What a superb looking racquet, this has just gone to the top of my wants list:shock:
You seem to have the worlds best racquet collection!
And really looking forward to seeing your other Equijets, Equijet
No problem my friend, you are worth waiting, thanks for the superb pics!
ps: talking about various Equijet, can you confirm there was also a equijet 256, 257 and 258?
I'm hoping we do hear back from Equijet at some point in the future about these. I would love to see photos of his Equijet collection
I realise Equijet is really busy, and can only post here occasionally!
I'm amazed there hasn't been more interest in this amazing LT303 racquet:shock:
I know it isn't just me and Ericsson interested, so just wondering why nobody else has posted on this?
By the way I'm sure Virginia would, but she told me she has computer problems at the moment, but hopefully will get it fixed soon and posting here
No JImbs... you and Eri are not alone in Lacoste Equijets interest.. just that this old chap here cannot afford to pay the prices they are being sold. i have many walls to build right now!
find me a few cheap ones like you can find HEAD cap'able mid's...
Although the "worlds best racquet collection" is my ultimate goal but I don't think it could become a reality.
As I noticed that there are so many collectors (including you) on TT forum who have incredible collections than mine.
Anyway, thanks for your compliment! ::razz:
I have no idea about 256, 257 and 258 Equijet. Could you please describe what are they looked like?
No idea, infact i'm not sure they exist, it's just a rumour
Anyway sometimes my rumours are true, go figure!
Not all Lacostes are expensive, there are many cheap ones that are great racquets
(But yes, the Equijets are expensive)
I think you are very modest, and are probably already well on your way to "worlds best racquet collection"
You have amazing racquets only ever owned and used by the top players in the world, and you have many of them as well:shock:
I hope you can display the whole collection somewhere someday in the future
true, but i have a soft spot for those Equijets...
As for my call-sign Equijet, I should pursue every Equijet models to complete my Equijet series collection. So, you made me feel miserable what you claimed those rumoured Equijets exist! hahaha....
Of course it should be my pleasure to display my whole collection onto the TT forum but it should be a huge challenging project.
Besides I'm extremely busy, also all my rackets are preserved far away from my house (otherwise I will live in a rackets jungle!)
where I can't access them very often and conveniently to take pictures for showing them on TT forum.
So, I'd apologize again to everyone who expects my swift answers and long waiting to see my collection.
LOL, as i said they are just rumours so i'm not sure they exist, will dig in a little deeper though...you never know!
With regard to 255 is same head size as LT301, then the 256 could be 95sq in. as LT302, 257 could be 102sq in. as LT335 and 258 could be 110sq in. as LT303.
There is an Equijet LT335:shock:
Let's see a photo please!
Is there an Equijet LT335?
Anyone have a photo please?
Don't worry. Pictures of Equijet LT335 will be shown a.s.a.p..
Were these frames sold in only one store in France in the 80's or what? They have to be, collectively, the Moby Dick of the racquet world. I'm more than a little jealous, but also really happy to get a chance to see them. Thank you Equijet for the posts (wie immer).
The Mad Raq isn't easy to come by either.
(Not talking about the aluminum McEnroe knock-off model)
These aren't so easy to find either:
I love that Myriac... A giant flyswatter.
Really looking forward to the photos
It was available in some pro shops in France, Germany, Italy during 1995 for a very short period of time. The population of this LT303 is seldom. It is the last model of Equijet series.
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