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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #130526

For Sale: 5" SCT: Celestron G-5 w/ R.A. Motor Drive & Many Extra's

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Celestron G-5 SCT, 5" 1250 mm f/10 scope up for sale. Scope is 1 1/2 years old but has factory-fresh re-collimation. Starbright coatings have never been touched outside of factory by human hands! Scope is in immaculate condition due to the fact that it was purchased for a trip that was never taken; only seen sky 3 or 4 times. All original equipment includes:

>Mount and Tripod

>R.A. Motor Drive and controller pad w/ battery pack

>6 X 30 LER Viewfinder AND Red Eye Viewfinder

>90* and 45* star diagonals

>25mm and 10mm Eyepieces

>Kendrick Dewshield

>5" Kendrick Dew Heater

>Photo tripod adapter

>Homemade anti-vibration pads

>Homemade hard case for OTA (cooler-style)

...And all original boxes and documents. Excellent optics and looks sharp. Priced to get it outta' here: $550 OBO + S&H. M.O., Cashier's check and personal check accepted (check must clear, of course). Will also deliver within 2 hours of Syracuse, NY. M.O or cash only for delivery option. Just looking to give it a good home; it deserves better than to take up space in a closet, unused, while his bigger brother hogs up all of the owners' viewtime. Thanks for looking!

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