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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #142840

For Sale: 105mm F6 Astro-Physics Traveler *** SOLD ***

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105mm F6 Astro-Physics Traveler w/ soft carrying case and 2.7” focuser (27FOCU)
2.7” Photo-Visual Compressor (27TVPH)
2” Mirror Diagonal
2” Adapter (ADA200)
1.25” Adapter (ADA125)
80mm Wideview Spotting Scope (Celestron) w/rings
Traveler Dovetail accessory Plate (ACPLTR)
7” Sliding Bar (SB0800)

400QMD German Equatorial Mount
Polar Alignment Scope without Illuminator [LED broke] (PASILL2)
2- 9 lb. Counterweights (9SLCWT)
2 High Resolution Mounted Encoders (ENC400)
Adjustable Hardwood Tripod w/case (AWT000)

This is a great deal. OTA is in very good condition, never taken in the field and always stored in its carrying case. Hand controller was recently sent to A-P for updates and checkout. Lens cell has never been removed or adjusted while in my possession. Very small little scratches on metal to metal contact areas of mount and dovetail sliders. Will sell Traveler separate from mount but biggest savings occur if you buy both. Total package for $7995.00 as is otherwise Pkg1 or Pkg2 for $4200 each.
Selling to upgrade. Shipping not included in price. Other photos available upon request. Payment via Money Order, Cashiers check, or Paypal.


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