The primary is an older Coulter 13.1" f/4.5 mirror. It was sent to Spectrum Coatings last winter for 96% enhanced coatings. The secondary is a 2 year old 1/10th wave with enhanced coating from Astrosystems. Both mirrors are in great shape. The tube assembly seperates into 2 pieces at the rocker box by removing 6 wing nuts. This allows it to be transported in smaller vehicals, since the largest part is the upper cage at 41"long. The whole tube assembly only weighs 43#'s and the rocker box weighs 22#'s. The eyepiece height at zenith is 57". The telescope has an aluminum 9 point mirror cell, 2" crayford focuser, Telerad finderscope, a 50mm Meade finderscope, dust covers for the primary, buit-in 1-1/4" eyepiece holder, foam hand grips and light shrouds. It also comes with a 5" off-axis aperature mask and an opaque cross for splitting double stars and planetary viewing. I'm planning on getting a larger telescope, so I'm only looking to sell it. My asking price is $1400 and it is shippable at the buyers expense. It does not include any eyepieces, but I do have some low cost ones available. Sorry no Pay Pal accepted.
Thanks for Looking, Jim
P.S. I also have an interferometer for measuring double star seperations that was made from an article in S&T. The numbers have faded beyond reading them, but it still works.