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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #289134

For Sale: TV-85 pkg---Reduced and Reposted---and SOLD! [SOLD]

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I have decided to break up the package because so many of you have asked. All items are in Excellent condition

TV 85 is serial #2165, purchased new in November, 2002. Comes as OTA, ring mount, TV 2" Everbrite diagonal(compression ring) and 1.25" adapter, and mounting plate for CG 5 (or similar) mount. Scope is optically perfect, nice clean glass. No dust on inside of OTA. One small ding on the screw on lens cap due to an accidental drop in the dark. TV soft case and manual signed by Al included. Starbeam in photo is not for sale.
OTA, Everbrite and mounting plate: $1400 firm.


CG-5 mount purchased at the same time as the TV. This is the newer version with the larger 2" steel legs and a more robust EQ head. Moves smoothly in both RA and DEC, has battery pack and an RA motor installed and ready to support a single axis drive which should not be too difficult to find used here on Astromart. Comes with 11# counterweight. $275, firm.

TV Nagler 3-6 mm Zoom also in excellent condition, and a perfect match for this scope. Comes with original box and caps. $290 I'll pay shipping.

Reason for sale? Bills, bills, bills!

Thanks for looking!



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