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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #144499

For Sale: FSQ106N Case by ScopeGuard/Sold, Thanks Dave V

Ad No.: 144499
Seller: ScopeGuard
Posted: 9/14/2002 11:28 AM
Location: 21102 Timber Ridge Drive
Magnolia, TX - United States
Phone: 281-259-3305
Email: donholco@sbcglobal.net
Ad Hits: 443
Sometimes you start building FSQ106N cases and just can't quit. We built one too many for the orders we have in hand for this particular case. We're offering it for our regular price of $349.00 and will package, insure and ship it to you at no additional charge CONUS via UPS Ground. Avoid the 12 week wait we are currently quoting.

This is the ScopeGuard case for the Takahashi FSQ106N astrograph constructed from our new product Flight Panel.

Flight Panel is a light weight polypropylene board with Leather Grain Texture on one side, available in Light Grey, shown below, (the case is not Purple as it looks in the photo) Blue and Black. Flight Panel was specifically dsigned for transport cases. Light, extremely strong and durable. The SG/FSQ106N case weighs slightly less than 12 lbs.

You can see a cut-a-way of the Flight Panel on our website under the ABS Colors and Optional Panels page.

The Flight Panel is a really nice product and the actual case is very nice looking, the photo does not do it justice.

We accept PayPal.

Regards.........Don Holcombe
 

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