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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #165658

For Sale: TMB 7" F9 EDstar APO***SOLD***

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I am selling my TMB 7"F9 EDstar APO. Have enjoyed the views for the past 2 years but have now moved on to a slighly smaller refractor and a larger Dob which together make it difficult to get motivated enough to use my 7".

The scope is in all around excellent condition. It comes with rings, finder brackett and Antares 7x50 finder. I also have an unused matching 6x7 photographic field flattener that will be thrown in. What would I do with it?

This is a substantial OTA with overbuilt 4" rotating focuser. In full trim including rings it pushes 60#. TMB/APM does not produce or list this exact model anymore but as listed here it would cost over $9000 new. I am motivated to sell but will not entertain offers including trades. For a buyer that could pick this scope up I will include a free beautifull large wood case that was originally made for a D&G 8". It is way longer than this ota but provides great protection and storage space. I will entertain all reasonable offers. Feel free to contact me by email or evenings at home at 949-363-9522 PST. Will provide pictures you would like to see on request. For general view this looks justlike all the other recent vintage TMB CNC tubes as listed on APM , Astronomics etc. Serious inquiries only please.

Mike B
 

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