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Re: What is in the box new [Re: terraclarke]
      #5656050 - 02/01/13 10:29 AM

Not sure of the age. Will have to research that. This whole set up looks like it has been in a time capsule. When I put it away everything goes back in the plastic bags. When I first received it and opened up the box I was like "WOW". I doubt it was used much before I bought it. I was going to take it out last night, but it was to cold

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Re: What is in the box new [Re: starman876]
      #5656383 - 02/01/13 01:35 PM

Best guess is between 1984-1992. Now if I only knew which year. Anybody have a clue how to tell?

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Re: What is in the box new [Re: starman876]
      #5657027 - 02/01/13 07:44 PM

What a beauty. Great days when Celestron partnered with the finest... Byers, Losmandy, Vixen. A cool business model that must not have been sustainable.

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