As for the van, The Detroit News notes that Kevorkian gave it up to be crushed back in 1997. Somehow, the VW escaped its fate and wound up in the hands of Jack Finn, a retired Volkswagen parts dealer. Finn says the vehicle may run and stop, but it isn't safe to drive on public roads and is in need of a full restoration.
Since eBay Motors gave Finn's listing the boot, Kruse Auctions has agreed to sell the vehicle at its May 14-16 event.
Kevorkian was convicted of second degree murder in 1999 and subsequently served eight years in prison. He has recently become the focus of attention once again thanks to the new You Don't Know Jack movie staring Al Pacino.
[Source: The Detroit News]