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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #208662

For Sale: Astro-Physics 600 GoTo Mount - Sale by Original Owner

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I am selling a full rig with a 155 EDFS tube. Please see my ad under the refractor section (placed Aug 6).

I will make a decision about splitting this up on Monday. If you are interested in just the mount - please let me know.

The mount is 4 years old but is in perfect condition. There is not a scratch on it. It was also sent back to AP this past winter for all of the software upgrades.

For sale with the AP weights and also the AP tripod with top fittings for the mount to sit on the tripod.

Additionally, I have the last hard case that AP made for these mounts. It matches the AP tube cases on the outside, but inside is lined with royal blue velvet. It is gorgeous, and was made by AP to fit the 600 mount perfectly.

I was planning to sell this for list price, as currently indicated on the AP website. I have a tentative buyer but anyone that needs a 600 now instead of the wait from AP - please make me an offer.

Thanks for your interest.

PS - my one star rating is simply because no one has ever sent in a rating for me despite my 4 transactions here !!! You can confirm this with the details on my account. Please do not be put off by this !!!

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