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Re: AUTOMOTIVE TRIVA QUESTION
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BIG KEVIN: You win half the prize for the trip to the middle of Lake Erie. You ae right that an lsd was also introduced by Studebaker in 1956. How ever the lsd wasn't offered on any other Studebaker automobiles. It was introduced on thier half ton trucks for 1956.

How I know that for a fact is that I just purchased a book titled American Light-Duty Trucks 1896 to 2000. This is a very complete on nearly every light truck produced in the USA.. Another book to add to my reference library.


John F. Shireman

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