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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #156581

For Sale: TV102 OTA - $1650 shipped!! **SOLD!**

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It doesn't get much cheaper than this!
Below is some information on this sweet scope

- The third regular production TV102
- Scope was shipped directly from Al Nagler
- Serial number is #1003
- On one side of the focuser, the name plate reads "TeleVue Demonstrator", standard TV102's do not say this(very unique)
- Operating guide is signed by Al Nagler
- A beautiful visual instrument and also a great scope for astroimaging.
For images, email me for a link to my astrophotography website.
- Used by me for the photographic review in the Feb 2001 S&T
- Optics have never been touched

I do want to note that this scope is not in brand new condition. Optically, it is purely excellent, the objective has never been touched, but there are a few minor scratches on the retractable dew shield. This happened while I was sliding it through a pair of DR125 rings, this does not effect the performance of the instrument at all. The rest of the OTA is perfect.

Prices are below and include shipping:

$1650 - TV102 OTA with 1.25" adapter, foam fitted hard shell case, both end caps, signed manual
$80ea - Two 4" TeleVue ring mounts

Or $1780 for everything, the OTA w/both ring mounts

Shipping is via tracked/insured UPS Ground within the CONUS
Cashier's check preferred. Personal check ok but I will have to wait until it
clears before shipping.

Thanks for looking!

Chris Cook

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