Does it include a launchpad?

The New York Times is reporting that there’s a “Deep Discount on Space Shuttles ,” they’re down to $28.8 million. But even more exciting than getting one of the 3 surviving monstrosities is that the main engines are free:

As for the space shuttle main engines, those are now free. NASA advertised them in December 2008 for $400,000 to $800,000 each, but no one expressed interest. So now the engines are available, along with other shuttle artifacts, for the cost of transportation and handling.

So NASA, can I borrow the launchpad and send it to LEO?

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  1. Restoring comments after migration: Andy in NC says: Make sure you carry appropriate insurance and pay for the fuel. Good luck getting paid for the payload

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