Apparenly this Fellow had been very active in visual astronomy, had a pair of Celestron Cat's plus some Polarex scopes, and had liked to mix/match and ATM with his gear.
After having sold off the Cat's, the family allowed me to fill my rear seat with what was left of Unitron/Polarex stuff (for the very fair price they asked), among other things a D60/f700 guide scope and a 128C mount (the guide will fit nicely on my Zeiss Telemator, and I can use the mount for my 114 ) :
Now, the stuff obviously has beeen out of use for a long time, it's dirty and needs cleaning & restoring. among other issuses, the slow motion shaft of the declination on the 128C mount is bended :
Any suggestions for straightening out a bended shaft (without risking to break it) ?