Yes. It wasn't the largest image, as presented, but it was a direct scan of the artboard when it was put up for auction. Here is a cleaned up version: I should point out that Phil was unable to make any direct measurements. Those amazing drawings which he made of the Shuttlecraft were based on photographs and his own memories of having seen it as a kid (and, I believe, climbed around on/in) when it rested in a neighboring yard. At the point when he made the drawings, the whereabouts of the Shuttle were still unknown. They are an amazing effort, but should not be looked on as definitive data about the actual artifact. He also intended his drawings to be a "warts-and-all" version of the set piece, not an idealized version of the "real" Shuttle.