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Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
David Ursin pulled over to the side of the highway to tighten a strap while transporting the Gemini capsule to the Minuteman Airfield Wings and Wheels show in Stow.
A curious passenger stuck his head out of the car window to get a better look.
Ursin wrote out a “For Sale” sign for the capsule.
With the sign affixed, Ursin was ready to pitch his space-age treasure.
Ursin explained the function of the Gemini capsule to an onlooker.
Astronauts would have had to make do with limited space inside the capsule, Ursin explained to a visitor.
Ursin pointed out some of the capsule’s distinguishing features.
Chelsea Ursin drummed on the side of the capsule as she waited for her father.
A woman watched as the Ursins prepared to bring the capsule back home.
David Ursin pulled back the cover on a capsule at his garage in Rutland.
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