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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #141210

For Sale: 5" SCT-Celestron G-5 w/ R.A. Motor + xtra's (RE-re-post!)

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Celestron G-5 SCT, 1250mm f/10 scope. In immaculate condition, under 2 years old, not used in almost that long. All original equipment includes:

* Mount/Tripod

* R.A. Motor Drive, controller + battery pack

* 6 x 30 LER viewfinder AND Red Eye viewfinder

* 90 AND 45 degree Diagonals

* 25 and 10mm EP's

*Kendrick Dewshield

*Kendrick 5" Dew Heater

*Photo Tripod Adapter

*Hard case (cooler-style) for OTA and anti-vibe pads.

All original boxes and docs, of course. Would make great travel scope or intermediate level step up from beginner. I really don't want it wasting away in my closet. $ 500 Or Best Offer (not including S&H); this means that if I'm only offered $ 450 and it's my BEST OFFER, I WILL SELL IT to THAT individual! I hope this clears up the OBO concept... OR, you can go for what's behind Door # 2, where the beautiful Carol Merrill is standing: A CASH + TRADE OPTION will also be considered! Mix and match as best you can. M.O., cashiers check or personal check acceptable (check must clear first, of course). Will deliver w/in a couple hours' radius of Syracuse, N.Y. Give a good scope a good home.....Thanks for dropping by, y'all!.....

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