"Being in the pawn business you have to put a value on everything," said Les Gold of American Jewelry and Loan.
"I figure if this guy wanted a $100,000 and I was going to pay $40,000 - that it would be worth at least $50,000."
: "What are you hoping to get out of it?"
"If I can get $40,000 which is what was going to be my offer, I would be more than happy to sell it," Gold
"This is an iconic piece of Detroit history."
, whose pawnshop is on the Tru TV reality show Hardcore Pawn, says it's a bit of a fixer-upper.
"The car doesn't run, the interior is in bad shape," he
has the title, registration and Kevorkian's driver's license.
It is interesting how something that was once seen as sinister by some and a saving grace to others can end up a curiosity in a pawnbroker's warehouse - largely forgotten by a public once fascinated by Kevorkian's crusade.
"We can only appreciate something for so long," Gold
"You know what, I should approach him," Gold
"It's always for sale."