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The car was given to him by a dealership, where after an appropriate amount of time he sold it to another NASA employee. Neil's butt prints have long vanished and there lies[sic] the value.
Other than a total workover to recover the badly kept example or the particular desire for the car it's provenance is limited and NOT worth that sticker price IMO.
Though, I have to admit I would love to own anything touched by such a historic person as one of the few who walked on a object everyone at one time or another has seen in our human event. Quite astounding when you think in that term.
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Rik -- LAH !
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