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Reunited About a month ago I was on social media when my father in law tagged me in a post. It only took me a split second to tell that it was my old pickup from high school and it was up for sale only an hour and a half from my house. I tried contacting the seller but he didn’t respond until the next day. I told him my story and that I also drove it to my wedding and he agreed to hold it for me. Needless to say, I now have it back and it will ... read more >>
1986 Scottsdale C30 AKA HEAVY I am the second owner. It is a beautiful patina, four speed 454 dually. I fell in love with as soon as I saw it. LMC truck is helping me bring it back to life. Far from done but will stay in my family as long as I can help it.
The Dirty Jewell One of the things that my dad taught me was to always see potential in something. Well the day I trailered this weathered jewell home for my 12 year olds first vehicle, disappointment was an understatement. I explained that this was a solid truck to start with and that it would some day be an actual jewell. We started from scratch and basically took everything completely apart and built new from the ground up. Once it went in to paint we then started on the power plant. We took the old GM 350 crate motor that ... read more >>
In 2002 my wifes ex in laws, Fred and Pam purchased this truck to fix up and restore. Every time our son Steven would visit his Grandparents he would have to see what Grandpa had done to it. He just loved his Grandpas Truck. In 2009 Fred and Pam decided that they would sell it to Steven so he could work on it. Steven saved his money and had the 350 motor rebuilt/cammed. He also converted it over to disk brakes. Unfortunately Steven would never get the opportunity to finish it. We lost Steven in a motorcycle accident in ... read more >>
I started on the truck in 2014 and finally got it finished 2020. The truck is a 1979 Chevy C10 with a bbc 454 motor. The truck was totally redone with an all new gm body. I used a lot of LMC trim and mirrors and lots of the nuts and bolts came from LMC.
Don’t sell it Dad! I once told my daughter when she was young to not let me sell our black truck. She is now 27 years old and the pickup is hers! Our truck has been in our family for 31 years. LMC helped rebuild our truck, which turns heads everywhere we go. A lot of people tell us their story of when they used to have a truck like ours. Thankfully, I listen to my daughter! We still have ours, better than ever!
There’s Silver in Them There Hills! My daughter and I saw this tired truck in Western Colorado. It is a big decision to do a frame off restoration. To pull it off requires a lot of patience and help. Throughout this build, LMC delivered Important replacement parts to complete the truck. The look on my daughters face as she test drove our truck for the first time, was priceless!