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Information on 79 MN 28

Can anyone help me trace the wherabouts of this coach, its a 1979 leyland leopard with plaxton bodywork, she used to run in the St. Kevins Glendalough family and i think ended up in Eamonn Spruhan's in Carlow.

Does anyone know if her remains still exist or what happend to her? would be nice to reunite her to sister 79MN522.

With so may ex- Glendalough buses surviving i think it would be interesting so see some of them on a road run again in the future, as we know an early example survives, as well as a 1950's & 1960's example and we have both the 74 & 79 leopards as well as the two 88 tigers so id say were pretty well covered.