Nice example of an early '69 bass with transition routing for the pickup. Seems to be in decent condition, but looks like one of the strap buttons has been changed out. Sold for $940 on June 3, 2016.
Back on the market November 29, 2016 on Reverb with an asking price of $1,850 (sold for $1,400 one day later). This is a better set of pics and now the upper strap button looks to be original. And although the pickguard is an obvious replacement, the wiring harness looks original too. Don't know why the serial number ended up being hyphenated on this one, but it's certainly legible and was done this way at the factory.
"Dan Armstrong Early Lucite Bass Circa 1969, Serial D 22-4A. Bass body and neck are in mint shape. Plays and sounds great. Very Little wear for a bass this old. Original Shaller Tuners and pickup. I got it with the blue pickguard that was professionally custom made. I think it looks cooler and more unique.Their are a couple of folks out their that make a reproduction one for like 50$. I do not have the original hard case but i will include a vintage Gibson hardcase in which i got it from the original owner years back... Priced to sell shoot me a fair offer and it is yours either to enjoy it or re-sell it."
Back on the market in December 2016, this time being offered by Chicago Music Exchange for $1,995.
"Original hardware, original pickup (rated at 17k kOhms), volume and tone controls. The top, back, and sides are all looking good for the age with only light scratches throughout the body. The neck is smooth with a couple patches of light wear and the headstock is clean with some light edge wear. This bass is clearly a winner! The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board. Non-original pickguard."