• 1957 Chevy 3100 – Gary S.

A LONG TOME WAITING…

For 35 years I admired this original truck in our little village high in the Colorado Rockies while driving around in the summer. It was purchases by a gentleman who ran a Sinclair service station in town. It was used to haul gravel for the driveway, take trash to the dump and service calls. The original owner’s son drove it seasonally for his summer business and had a racked up only 72,000 miles on the 235 CU IN six cylinder engine and three speed transmission. Finally in 2013 I was able to buy the truck and soon began its restoration to what you see now. My wife and I take the truck to car shoes, the annual Memorial day parade and cruises. It was won best truck recently at our Fall Festival car show. I am very happy to own this truck and have all the history from the time it was built, it is fun to drive and always attracts lots of attention where ever we go. Without the help of LMC Truck I would still be working on it. Thanks Becky and staff!!