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Old 2010-10-23, 17:07   #1
Mdubb23
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Arrow Fourteen Pro Stock Frames (Head, Babolat, Yonex)--fairly priced!

Hey Everyone,

I've 14 awesome pro stock frames I need to move, ASAP. As such, I'm pricing them as fairly as possible. All prices include shipping, and are firm. PayPal only!


Head (9 Frames)

--(2) TGK231.2 (MG Radical mold). MG Radical MP paint. 4 3/8, TK82 pallets. Calfskin leather grips; black pro stock buttcaps. One is capped and strung with ALU 1.25/ VS 1.30, and is in 9.75/10 condition, the other is uncapped, unstrung, and brand new. Unstrung (and uncapped) specs are as follows: 336g, 310 mm, 27.75 in., 18x20. $250 per, or $475 for the pair.

--(3) TGK238.1 (MG Prestige mold). MG Prestige MP paint. 4 3/8, TK82 pallets. 2 of the 3 are bare pallets, no grip or buttcap, and the third is fully assembled, with a Calfskin leather grip and black pro stock buttcap. All three have all the weight removed from them and are extremely light--perfect to begin customization. Standard length; 18x20. All three are capped and strung with MSV Focus Hex, or Focus HEX/MSV multi hybrids. All three are ~8/10 condition (give or take .5) and come with some rub marks, some scratches (mostly on CAPs), and a few paint chips. $200 per, $385 for two, $570 for three.

--(4) PT161 (LM Instinct mold). Made in Austria. LM Instinct paint; codes are on the hairpin, not the throat (Head didn't start putting TGK/PT codes in the throats of their pro stock frames until the Flexpoint line). All 4 are fully assembled, 4 3/8, Ferr pallets (Wilson-shaped, preceded TK82S), with Calfskin leather and black pro stock buttcaps. All four are strung with BBO/ Multi hybrids. Three are brand new, one is 9.75/10 condition. Unstrung specs: 325g, 300 sw, 31 cm, 16x19, 27 in. $225 for one, $415 for two, $610 for three, $805 for four.


Babolat (3 Frames)

--(3) Andy Roddick's personal frames. All have Pure Drive Roddick GT+ paint, and were used by him at Wimbledon this year. Buttcap codes: 487, 539, 550, meaning that these are the 487th, 539th, and 550th, frames, respectively, that Babolat has produced for Roddick. Conditions vary greatly, two are 8/10, one is 6.5/10. Unstrung specs: 319.7g, 32.5 cm, 27.5 in, 16x19, 100 in head, custom molded grip between 4 3/8 and 4 1/2. All three come strung with Andy's personal string at the time--PHT 1.25/VS 1.30. $470 for one 8/10, $925 for two 8/10s, $1275 for all three, or $370 for the 6.5/10.


Yonex (2 Frames)

--(1) Mario Ancic personal frame. RDiS 100 MP paint. 8.5/10 condition, 4 3/8 grip, strung with BBO/VS. Yonex leather grip (very rare!). Unstrung specs: 354g, 287sw, 30.5cm, 27 in., 67 RA, 16x19. $250.

--(1) Joachim Johansson personal frame. RDX500 Mid paint. Nickname "Pim-Pim" in throat. 9.5/10 condition. Strung with BBO/VS. 4 1/2, customed molded Head-shaped grip with Calfskin leather (he had just switched from the PC600 at the time), 18x20, I don't have other specs on this, but it is quite heavy. $275.


For questions, pics, etc.. please email me at mweller23@comcast.net ...thanks for looking, and have a great day!

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Old 2010-10-24, 05:57   #2
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don't you think your prices are a little high? they are according to yourself.

e-mail from mcdubb dated 7-25-10 regarding my asking price for a pair of 238.1 in better condition then his own...

From: mweller23@comcast.net [mailto:mweller23@comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, July 24, 2010 5:39 AM
To: Matt Smith
Subject: Re: TGK238.1 Pair

Matt,

I appreciate your response, though $360 sounds high. If you search "TGK238.1" (no spaces) on eBay, then go down to "Completed Listings", you'll see that one was recently sold for $100, and another brand new pair sold for $300. I was trying to be generous in offering you $345, but $360 just sounds unreasonable to me. MicroGEL TGK's have recently lost some noticeable value with the Youtek retail line coming out, and with all the recent hype about PT's. MG TGK's have decreased a good amount in value since, say, last summer. Here's what I'd advise you to do--if you are really not comfortable selling them at $345, put them as a "Buy it Now" with "Best Offer" on eBay for $360 (lowest you're willing to go right now), and if you get offers higher than my $345, by all means accept them, but if not (and without trying to be rude, I don't think you will), I'd seriously entertain my offer.

Thanks again,
Michael
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Old 2010-10-24, 13:25   #3
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don't you think your prices are a little high? they are according to yourself.

e-mail from mcdubb dated 7-25-10 regarding my asking price for a pair of 238.1 in better condition then his own...

From: mweller23@comcast.net [mailto:mweller23@comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, July 24, 2010 5:39 AM
To: Matt Smith
Subject: Re: TGK238.1 Pair

Matt,

I appreciate your response, though $360 sounds high. If you search "TGK238.1" (no spaces) on eBay, then go down to "Completed Listings", you'll see that one was recently sold for $100, and another brand new pair sold for $300. I was trying to be generous in offering you $345, but $360 just sounds unreasonable to me. MicroGEL TGK's have recently lost some noticeable value with the Youtek retail line coming out, and with all the recent hype about PT's. MG TGK's have decreased a good amount in value since, say, last summer. Here's what I'd advise you to do--if you are really not comfortable selling them at $345, put them as a "Buy it Now" with "Best Offer" on eBay for $360 (lowest you're willing to go right now), and if you get offers higher than my $345, by all means accept them, but if not (and without trying to be rude, I don't think you will), I'd seriously entertain my offer.

Thanks again,
Michael
Fair enough. What do you think are more reasonable prices? I'd be happy to talk to you.
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Old 2010-10-25, 00:05   #4
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Did you get my message? offer sent for 2 of the 161's
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Old 2010-10-25, 10:24   #5
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don't you think your prices are a little high? they are according to yourself.

e-mail from mcdubb dated 7-25-10 regarding my asking price for a pair of 238.1 in better condition then his own...

From: mweller23@comcast.net [mailto:mweller23@comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, July 24, 2010 5:39 AM
To: Matt Smith
Subject: Re: TGK238.1 Pair

Matt,

I appreciate your response, though $360 sounds high. If you search "TGK238.1" (no spaces) on eBay, then go down to "Completed Listings", you'll see that one was recently sold for $100, and another brand new pair sold for $300. I was trying to be generous in offering you $345, but $360 just sounds unreasonable to me. MicroGEL TGK's have recently lost some noticeable value with the Youtek retail line coming out, and with all the recent hype about PT's. MG TGK's have decreased a good amount in value since, say, last summer. Here's what I'd advise you to do--if you are really not comfortable selling them at $345, put them as a "Buy it Now" with "Best Offer" on eBay for $360 (lowest you're willing to go right now), and if you get offers higher than my $345, by all means accept them, but if not (and without trying to be rude, I don't think you will), I'd seriously entertain my offer.

Thanks again,
Michael
First of all WHY would you post his personal info (email, name...) on here?
Second, he can price them any way he wants, NO ONE is forcing you to buy it.
Lastly, if you want to bargain with him, do it off line.

Note to myself not to do any business with you...
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Old 2010-10-25, 16:16   #6
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These are PRO frames and I think they are fairly price.. ..
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Old 2010-10-26, 01:11   #7
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First of all WHY would you post his personal info (email, name...) on here?
Second, he can price them any way he wants, NO ONE is forcing you to buy it.
Lastly, if you want to bargain with him, do it off line.

Note to myself not to do any business with you...
He posted all of that info in his posting, so my posting did nothing. He made a deal about how fair his prices were. After being strung around a bit by him in the past and being told I was asking too much at about $180 per frame (same frame in better condition) then what he is selling I thought I would provide his own opinion on the prices. If you are objective, then there is nothing wrong with that.
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Old 2010-10-26, 05:24   #8
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He posted all of that info in his posting, so my posting did nothing. He made a deal about how fair his prices were. After being strung around a bit by him in the past and being told I was asking too much at about $180 per frame (same frame in better condition) then what he is selling I thought I would provide his own opinion on the prices. If you are objective, then there is nothing wrong with that.
So, do you go around to the dealerships and post the notes that they purchased your trade-in for $5k and now selling it for $8k???

If you bought his story that the 238.1 is worth less than $180, that just makes you look stupid, and makes him look like a good sales man. If he has a buyer, selling it for $500 is a fair price then...
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So, do you go around to the dealerships and post the notes that they purchased your trade-in for $5k and now selling it for $8k???

If you bought his story that the 238.1 is worth less than $180, that just makes you look stupid, and makes him look like a good sales man. If he has a buyer, selling it for $500 is a fair price then...
I'm not going to change your mind, clearly, through use of logic. I didn't sell to him. He is a very sly salesman but when that moves to lying well...

I let his words speak for themselves you don't like that take it up with him.
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Old 2010-10-27, 18:28   #10
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To the OP: I've emailed you multiple times, but no answer from you. Are these sold? If not, check your email and get back to me.
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