Re: 3600GTO - El Capitan unveiled at AIC
Rich N <rnapo@...>
It sounds reasonable. But, I think I hear a lot of puckering goingtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
on out there. :-)
Looks like it will come in between $19-20K, depending on the final configuration and number of mounts we produce in a run (the more mounts, the better the break on the material and the setup costs are spread out).
11250 Forest Hills Road
Machesney Park, IL 61115
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Subject: [ap-gto] Re: 3600GTO - El Capitan unveiled at AIC
--- In ap-gto@yahoogroups. <mailto:ap-gto%40yahoogroups.com> com, "Marj" <marj@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Roland kept our secret (barely) <g>. He was bursting at the seams.
> We are so excited to introduce our HUGE new GTO mount, which we have
nicknamed - El Capitan. How fittting that we introduce it with
Yosemite so near to San Jose (well, compared to IL).
> Check the information on our website for details and see how it
dwarfs teh 1200GTO.
> http://www.astro- <http://www.astro-physics.com/products/mounts/3600gto/3600gto.htm> physics.com/products/mounts/3600gto/3600gto.htm
> I am preparing some photos that will be posted on our events page
> Marj Christen
> Astro-Physics, Inc
> 11250 Forest Hills Road
> Machesney Park, IL 61115
> Phone: 815-282-1513
> Fax: 815-282-9847
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Marj, that is HUGE! All the talk in another forum is, "How much $$"
I'm betting 15K for the mount alone.
Roland is still keeping that a secret, huh?