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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #268672

For Sale: Tak FS-78 APO... DO NOT READ THIS AD! [SOLD]

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DO NOT READ FURTHER. I CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR PURCHASING THESE ITEMS, SHOULD YOU READ FURTHER....

OFFERED:

Takahashi FS-78 f/8 Fluorite Doublet Refractor
excellent conditon, s/n 98068 $895 ( $1,195 New )
optics excellent, OTA finish 9/10

Takahashi 6x30 Finder w/Bracket $125 ( $158 New )

Takahashi focal reducer $250 ( $339 New )

Takahashi Camera Angle Adjuster $145 ( $179 New )

Takahashi Tube Holder $125 ( $149 New )


I am pricing this to sell this as a complete package, and will not break it into its various components for individual saleat this time.

New, this set of components will cost $2,020 PLUS Shipping/Handling. I am asking $1,520, including ground transport, insured, within the CONUS (AK and HI at aditional cost). I am also willing to ship internationally at the expense of the buyer. Check my rating... I pack EXTREMELY well, and have never had a shipment arrive damaged.

Payment by cashier's check or money order for immediate shipment. Personal check must first clear prior to shipment. No unrated buyers will be considered.

Remember, I warned you not to read this ad!!

Thanks for looking anyway,

James
 

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