You can check the internet way back machine. Other than that, some of us have saved old cue web pages because we are into researching cues.
LD? No. As far as I know Paul did not really vary his shaft profile for a very long time. These cues are "old school". Most would call them "stiff", not at all low deflection.
I have a 1980 H-14 Huebler with three original shafts that I love. My regular player is a 1970's Joss cue with ivory ferrules, so I am obviously not into LD.
If you want LD you can easily get an aftermarket shaft for your Huebler.
Huebler had a generally good reputation and a strong following. The following, and values, have increased since his death.
The really collectible ones are the Huebler Custom Shop cues and the higher end catalog cues from the 70's and early 80's. The Custom Shop cues can command thousands, but they play exactly the same as your cue.
I also happen to have a mint Huebler jump cue. As far as I know he made about 70 of them. (Not the three piece jump/break, just a jump cue.) I consider it a bit of a treasure and my wife got it for me as a gift, which makes it extra special.