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My dream-lifetime-newt is for sale. I can't afford

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#26 Bob S.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 05:16 AM


I'd rather have that bike in the pic, forget the ball scope... :grin:

You take the bike... I'll take the mount, observing chair, and the two mystery boxes on the workbench along with their contents in the background view.

Oh... and that 3rd box on the floor as well.

Terence, I am a lamb among a sea of sharks<g>. Good eye, you just bagged my DiscMount DM6 on a G11 tripod, Lunt 60 solar scope, Baader Photographic Herschel Wedge, and a complete assortment of collimation tools both active and passive. I am surprised you didn't want the Tom Osypowski equatorial platform underneath the little step stool (must be the wrong latitude)? It is a good thing that I have an alarm, boobie traps and attack dogs :lol: Well, maybe not the dogs or boobie traps.

#27 dscarpa



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Posted 14 February 2013 - 08:01 PM

My dream newt is on the way! I can't afford. $1500 over budget as of today. David

#28 Brett Carlson

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 08:32 PM

$180 for a 16" scope!?

I want you to shop for me!

I'll keep my eye out for something special for you!

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