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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #207746

For Sale: TeleVue 102 w/Gilbraltar Mount and Sky Tour**MINT** Sale Pending

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This is a two and half-year old ivory optical tube (SN1181) with black trim 4"; 2-element ED glass apochromatic optical system, refractor is complete with 2” focuser, black clamshell ring mount, and a hard-shell carrying case. No eyepieces or diagonal included, however, it does include the TeleVue StarBeam pointer-finder with flip mirror.

This is a truly superb refractor, ready to be put onto a Gibraltar wooden (ash) alt-azimuth mount. This alt-azimuth mount also includes the SkyTour system computer and encoders (installed and ready to go). All components treated with tender loving care.

TV-102 4” OTA, clam shell mounting ring, 2” focuser, hard-shell carrying case, and the TV StarBeam finder with flip mirror with original manual. ... $1700.00

TV Gibraltar Ash Alt-Azimuth mount, the TV eyepiece caddy, and center tray
TV SkyTour System (computer, wiring harness, and encoders)
All original manuals, included. … $1400

Originally this purchased at $4,400 USD, now I am selling this as a SET the great bargain price of $3000 USD. Pricing does not include shipping or insurance. Will ship anywhere in the continental US.

PayPal preferred (no fee)

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