Unfortunately he doesn't seem to have any info about who built or owns the thing, but he does have quite a few more pictures of it, which can be seen here. I've contacted him to see if he can provide some more info on where this space buggy can be found. I'll update if and when he gets back to me. Until then it remains yet another mystery of the universe. As always, the truth is out there somewhere, maybe even parked in your neighborhood. -- Cory Casciato
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