TW has a couple Head TXP Pros...

VGP

Legend
As of this post, TW is offering a couple Head TXP Pro frames for $399.99....

They describe it as:

A classic player's racquet in every sense of the phrase, the TX Professional is a rare collectible. Before the Head Prestige Pro was released in the US market, the TX Professional or TXP Pro, was the flagship Head player's racquet. Offering exceptional feel, thanks to its Twaron/graphite composite construction, the TXP Pro provides a hitting experience that simply cannot be matched by modern racquets. The TXP Pro was made in the USA and features an exceptional fit and finish. Although listed at the time as having an 89.5 square inch headsize, the TXP Pro is the same as all Prestige Mids and current grommets can be installed on this racquet (perfect for the collector who likes to hit the racquets in his/her collection). Each racquet has a brand new CAP grommet system along with a brand new (vintage) Genuine Neumann luxury leather grip (made in the USA). Before installation the grip was stored correctly, offers exceptional tack and is in pristine condition.
Ah, the feel of classic frames....
 

Bud

Bionic Poster
Would be great if TW had obtained the specifications (weight/balance/SW) from both frames.

BTW, it appears both have been sold.
 
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MAXXply

Hall of Fame
Does anyone think the rackets would've sold at the asking price if they didn't have the imprimatur of TW ?? e.g, from a reputable seller on the auction site instead...
 

pshulam

Hall of Fame
Does anyone think the rackets would've sold at the asking price if they didn't have the imprimatur of TW ?? e.g, from a reputable seller on the auction site instead...
Probably but may take longer. I have seen many new classics listed at $400 to $600 but not sure if any of them actually got sold at that level.
 
Call me a sadist but I wish I could have smashed them both so no scrupulous fools could profit from the scarcity of what is a wonderful racquet.
And as a message of digust to Head and what I think of their current racquets.
 
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