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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #219880

For Sale: Los G8, and Celestron Tube.

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Like new losmandy G8. No scratches ect other than a couple light ones on tripod legs. Tracks great. $1439 new without shipping charge. Traded my G11 for this to get a little cash, and downsize while I live where Im living.
sell mount for $1200 price includes shipping in US only.
Celestron tube grey, aluminum, bought new early this year, should have reciept.$874 new. Sell for $600 price also includes shipping, US only. Clean optics. Pics through scope at my website, and theyre awesome. My friend barrowed the tube for a couple of months while I was moving ect. He shot with an AP1200 goto, and used a ST8E / CFW.
Will sell complete package for $1600. Shipped. US only. Prefer cashiers check or money order. I dont have a paypal account, but my ratings should account for something.
Thanks,
Tony.
My website is on A Marts homepage. Says astrophotography by Tony Grigsby. The 8", and G8 pictured on the website is NOT this one. Ive owned this set up before. Makes for a great portable, dependable set up. All the deep sky work on Mike Newtons section is with the 8" unless otherwise noted. Theyre nice. Hes great at processing images.
 

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