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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #165748

For Sale: 10" f/6.3 LX200 - Excellent Condition

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Somebody pinch me. I can't believe I'm doing this. But, with a new addition to the family in the works, anything extra I can bring in will help.

So, I have a "Classic" 10" f/6.3 LX200 to part with. I got it in 1999 or 2000 from Oceanside Photo & Telescope. Unfortunately I've only used it about 10 times since then. So I guess I won't be missing too much by selling it.

I believe it to be in excellent condition. There are no cosmetic faults that I am aware of. And from the observing I've done with it, there seem to be no optical or mechanical faults.

Included are the following:
-All necessary power cables
-8x50 viewfinder
-Meade series 4000 SP 26mm eyepiece
-Upgraded 1.25" diagonal (original got broken so OPT sold me a better one)
-If I am missing anything that should be included let me know because it is most likely included.

I'm asking $1750. I will not ship this scope, but I will drive to a wide variety of locations to deliver the scope or meet for pickup. I live in the UP of Michigan. If interested, send me an e-mail to see what kind of delivery plan we can set up.

If you have any questions or are interested in the scope, feel free to e-mail me.


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