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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #152537

For Sale: Classic Meade 8" LX200 f/10 non GPS

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I purchased this telescope new on 1/31/2001.It has great optics and superb pointing.I have taken very good care of this scope{I have babied this thing BIG TIME} there are no dings,dents or scratches on it.It comes with all original Meade accessories and boxes which include...
F/10 optics with EMC super multi-coatings,key pad hand controller with 64,359 object onboard celestial software libary,
25 ft.power cord and adapter for telescope operation from 115v.AC, 8x50mm viewfinder,1.25"diagonal prism {brand new in box never been used} Series 4000 super plossl 26mm eyepiece,visual back holder,standard field tripod,and custom hardcase to store and transport the scope to your favorite dark sky site PLUS a Meade electric focuser
I am asking $1400 and buyer pays shipping.
I also have a number of other accessories for sale,
NOTE:I will not sell the accessories seperate untill scope is sold first.
-Electronic DC adapter {brand new}
-Orion flexible dewshield
-Tube balance weight system
-Piggy back bracket
-Orion solar filter
-Kendrick kwick focus
-Kendrick dew heater strip {no control box}
-Scopetronix joystick
Or I could put this all together for a package deal of $1800 firm and buyer pays shipping.

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