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Identify Model of a Meucci Sneaky Pete Cue


Identify Model of a Meucci Sneaky Pete Cue

What kind of Meucci is this cue?

It was my dad's cue. He played with it when he was alive years ago. He always called it a "Sneaky Pete Meucci cue".

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Here's another photo of the Meucci sneaky pete cue stick.

There are no markings other then the red dot at top of the shaft near the tip.

As I said, my dad always called it a "Meucci Sneaky Pete" but I haven't saw any like this with red dot on top of the shaft.

Any info would be amazing to help me display my dad's old Meucci pool stick in the right fashion.

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Identify Model of a Meucci Sneaky Pete Cue

Replies & Comments

  1. JordieBoybilliardsforum on 10/16/2019 5:07:36 AM

    It is likely a Meucci 97-1 (or Meucci 97-01), which is Meucci's signature "Sneaky Pete" cue.

    Meucci Red-Dot shafts were introduced at the BCA tradeshow in June 1998, so it's likely somewhere between that age or newer.

    Meucci-97-01-sneaky-pete.jpg

    They are made in many different woods and with many different stains and some other subtle differences, but they are all, in essence, the same cue, just with customizations.

    They produce the same cue under a few different models, depending on what series it is from.

    It also was produced as the following models:

    • Meucci M1 Sneaky Pete cue (1993-1995), essentially the same cue as the 97-01 above but wouldn't have had a Red Dot shaft.
      meucci-m1-sneaky-pete.jpg

    • Meucci 95-1 Sneaky Pete cue in the Meucci 95 series (1995-1997) and they had a small ring separating the forearm from the handle.
      meucci-95-01-cue.jpg

    • Meucci CL-1 Sneaky Pete cue from the Meucci Classics series (same design as the 95-1 cue)
      meucci-cl1-cue.jpg

    They were in a few other series as well...

    MSRP for a Meucci 97-1 cue like yours would have been somewhere around $140.

    But obviously it's priceless to you since it was your Father's cue.

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Identify Model of a Meucci Sneaky Pete Cue

  • Title: Identify Model of a Meucci Sneaky Pete Cue
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  • Published: 10/9/2019 6:42:15 PM
  • Last Updated: 10/16/2019 4:09:03 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)