Sold for $675 in April 2012. Although there are a ton of mods, it does seem like it's been well sorted out and may be perfect for taking to gigs.
"1968 or 1969 Dan Armstrong fretless plexiglass bass. Heavily modified....If you want stock..this is not for you!! The fretless neck and plexiglass body are original. The early fretless models are very RARE and very cool !!!!! The Badass bridge, 1968 gibson bass pickups and other pickup that looks like a 1960's fender jazz bass pick up are not original . The brass nut on the neck and gold plated tuners are also not original. Great playability and cool sounding. I have owned a ton of basses and guitars over the years and by the looks of the workmanship, it was professionally modified. The vin number on the neck is D307A . It's and early model...I believe the 207th bass made. A past [owner] tried staining the neck over the years and the stain could probably be removed. I purchased the bass in the East Village on NYC by a guy who was not a musician. Kept stating it was once "rock star owned in the 70's". Quite possible. A stock Dan Armstrong bass usually sells for $1000 and up. Look at the pictures. No refunds or returns. Has a soft fabric gig bag included"