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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #209643

For Sale: Meade 6 inch reflector basic astrophotography set-SOLD! Thanks Cyrill [SOLD]

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For sale Meade 6600 german equatorial reflector. The scope is about 15 years old shows usual wear but had been taken good care of. The optics are pristine, the footlocker it is stored in always has plenty of dessicant. The are small nicks of the ota not dents. The battery holder is not in the best shape but Radio Shack or the like could provide a alternate. I have taken many a pic with this setup from m51 to Comet Hyakutake on film. I need to sell to finance home projects.
The set up includes;
-Meade 6 inch ota 760 mm f 5
-1 1/4 inch focuser
-german eq mount with WOODEN tripod and accessory shelf.
-cradle rings
-piggy back camera mount
-celestron 60 mm refractor guidescope
-guidescope rings
-Meade 784 quartz drive drive corrector
-Meade polar alignment scope
-6*30 finder scope
-covers for all optics
-counter weight bar and counterweight
-foot locker
Asking price $450 plus shipping from 11772 zip code (no international shipping).You can figure the shipping weight at no more than 50 pounds. I accpet bank check, cash, and paypal. Paypal add 3%
Thank for looking and clear skies

 

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