This is the H-series LM-9, which is on display at the Saturn V Center at KSC. It was orginally scheduled for Apollo 15, but was replaced with LM 10 which was a J-Series LM. It appears to have all its parts, except for the landing radar heat shield and the surface contact probes on the footpads. The LM is hard to photograph due to the height at which they hung it from the ceiling.
Front view. LM is suspended on four cables attached to the landing gear outriggers. These are the same points used to attach the LM to the Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter (SLA). -- John Duncan
Location: Apollo/Saturn V Center, KSC, FL
Date: July 2002
Image by: Jim Gerard
From NASA Image Exchange:
'This lunar diorama is among the new attractions taking shape at the nation's Spaceport. This lunar scene, located in the Flight Crew Training Building where Apollo astronauts trained for their journeys to the Moon, will soon be completed and become part of the guided bus tours of KSC and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The lunar module is not a model but real flight hardware. Also visible in the scene are ""astronauts"" and the instruments of an Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package which relay scientific information back from the Moon.'
Date: May, 1976