LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The world’s first Taco Bell may not have to “run for the border” to be spared demolition.

Company officials say they’ll relocate its flagship 400-square-foot taco stand from its original location in Downey to Taco Bell corporate headquarters in Irvine, according to the Orange County Register.

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The stand at 7112 Firestone Boulevard was hand constructed and first opened in 1962 by founder Glen Bell. It soon became a fast-food landmark as the Taco Bell brand exploded across the Southland.

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The space was taken over later by an independent fast-food restaurant, Seafood & Taco’s Raul, which closed last year. It had previously been under an “imminent threat of demolition” due to lack of use.

But thanks to a social media campaign using #savetacobell, the company is set to spare the old-school walk-up-style stand with a 45-mile overnight relocation effort on Thursday that will reportedly span through several Southland cities, including Norwalk, Anaheim, Orange, and Tustin.

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Fans can follow the roughly four-to-five-hour trip – which the company is calling the “Numero Uno Relocation” – via a live webcam.