What a great mount!
I bought mine from Scott back in 1989. I forget if I was in the first or second run. I bought an Astro-Physics 152 F-9 triplet at the same time. I actually got the AP 152 in 4-6 weeks and about 3-4 months before the GM-100. Those were the days.
My GM-100 held my 152 Astro-Physics F-9 triplet with ease. A C-14 would be no problem for that mount.
The GM-100 looked great, was sturdy as a rock, had smooth tracking and great load capacity.
I had mine for years and then downsized to a G-11 on a lightweight tripod for more portability. The G-11 had more “modern” features but I always though the GM-100 was the better mount.
There are just 2 telescopes and mounts that I have sold over the years that when I see photos of them still give me a pang. And although after another downsizing these days I would not have use for the GM-100 or AP 152 F-9, both of those pieces of kit really delivered the goods.
I wish I had a picture of mine, but alas, that was not to be.
Lets see some images.
Edited by bobhen, 05 April 2020 - 02:08 PM.