I have no idea how much the guy paid for it, but I'll try to find out. I have some pictures of 3136 parked out by the hangar with it's titles painted over, e-mail me if you want to see them. Be warned, the file is quite large
As for the inside of the aircraft, all the airphones have been torn out leaving holes in the back of every seat. All the seats remain in place though. All the seatback pockets have all been emptied. Most of the galley equipment has been removed. The lifejackets under the seats are still in place, as are the emergency 02 bottles for the F/A's. All the window shades inside the aircraft have been lowered. The cockpit remains unchanged.
I had the pleasure of riding along with the mechanics who taxied the aircraft from the terminal to the hangar last month after its final revenue flight. I got to ride in the F/E seat
I also was able to get the flightcrew of the final revenue flight to autograph two DC-10 photos for me. I have since returned to the hangar line on a regular basis to take note of any changes to the aircraft.
As of yesterday, our computers show no routing for ship 3136, which probably means it won't be ferried to MKE anytime in the very near future. I am going to try to finnagle me way onboard the ferry flight, but my chances of pulling that off at this point appear to be slim. I'll post any further information as it becomes available