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Maxfli MCT-97 Australian Blades

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I bought a set of MCT-97 Australian blades way back before I realized I needed to be good at golf, not my equipment needed to be good. Unfortunately, I've been sitting on them ever since. I'd rather not keep them in a closet anymore so I'm hoping to sell them. Problem being I don't know how much to ask for. Seen them on eBay for as much as $350. Find that number to be ridiculous. Anyone have any ideas or good websites you'd trust in pricing out older clubs. It's a full iron set 3-pw

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Generally ebay is the best place to see what clubs are worth.  You need to look at completed listings tho rather than current prices.  I'd throw up an auction, start the bid at $50 (let the buyer pay shipping) and see where the market lands.

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Those are nice irons that is for sure--- I mess with a lot of classic blade irons and what I have found out is it price wise is in the eye of the beholder. I do not know what you have in them but I would go on the bay and price them at the buy it now for at least $150------ I have a older generation set of Aussie blades that are not as nice as yours but different. Mine favor the Nike Vr series or MP-33 Mizuno. Mine like yours have the original grips the only drawback to mine is that the 9 iron is missing but they are pristine. I do not really have any money in mine since I work for a metal recycling company and bought them at scrap price. Old irons unless someone is a collector do not bring a lot anymore

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The MCT97’s were designed by Roger Maltby for Maxfli


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The only sold listing is a 7 piece set and it went for $52 plus shipping.

Honestly it's all about finding the right buyer, but if you got a $100 for them I'd be happy.

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