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Sister To My LS95

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I know it’s a long shot but my 1953 LS95 worked with a 1954 LS85 Sedan Cab and last I heard about it she was sold for scrap back in 2014. If anyone knows for certain if she still exists that would be awesome. I wish I knew it was her when I saw it up for sale the first time. I’ve checked the Vin # and it matches.

Here’s the ad if that would help anyone: https://www.govdeals.com/?fa=Main.Item&itemid=1410&acctid=1581

I would love to know if she’s still around or really is gone for good.

Here’s the only picture I have of the 2 together.

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I'm almost 90% sure I saw this rig on a step deck heading south on I-81 in Hagerstown roughly a few weeks after the auction ended.  Sorry I don't have any idea who hauled her or were she was going but my assumption is she's still around.

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No, it wasn't yours I saw.   It was definitely slime green/yellow in color.   

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