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This truck was a farm tractor in Billings, Mt for 30 years. It never left the farm. It was used to plow and seed corn. It has 37,000 original miles on it. It had tractor tires on it when we first saw it. It underwent a 5 month intense restoration with over 1,000 hours invested. Now it's a brilliant daily driver with a 1967 Corvette 327 and a th350. When she's not in her church shoes (16" Coker bias plys) she dawns 22 inch Steelies with 265/35 Z rated tires. This thing gets up and goes. ... read more >>
My dad Donald "Chops" originally from Festus, MO purchased this 1990 Chevrolet extended cab Silverado new in June/July of 1989. He primarily used it to pull his camper. He loved this truck and so did I. He let me drive it to school, around town, and out on dates. I moved to Tennessee in 1998. My dad started to develop health problems and was no longer able to go camping so I bought the truck from my dad in 2004 to use as a work truck or spare vehicle. And since I lived in Tennessee and him in Missouri ... read more >>
The life my truck started off as a beater that got out of control. Once I decided to restore, LMC was my go to place for almost every job. The build started off with sheet metal, like front fenders and a hood, and continued to doors, complete bed doors, floor pans... 2 1/2 years later its almost finished...lol
BEATRIX About a year ago I realized that my girl and I needed to get out and explore more of this gorgeous country and the easiest way in my mind to make that happen would be in the form of a van. Of course like any resto project it started out in for form of scouting out on Craigslist and marketplace. After weeks of looking for the perfect van to start with I came across what is now our van, a 1995 Chevy G30 ex wheel base electrical van. It was bare bones and in pretty rough shape but ... read more >>
Well, I bought the truck from a young surfer guy who was the second owner. He bought it from an old farmer who barn stored the truck for the first 30 years. The truck was made in California. It definitely needs some love but it's an awesome old truck and I plan to restore it to new condition.
I bought my truck when I was 14 and all the truck had done to it was a 4 inch lift kit and an aftermarket radio. And ever since then its been pretty much nonstop working on it. More than half the stuff I’ve bought for this truck has came from LMC Truck. I couldn’t have done any of it without my dad. He’s been through every step of the process with me. I couldn’t thank him enough.
I bought my truck from my brother-in-law back in 2003, I did a frame off restoration that took me 3 years to complete. I started with converting from 6 to 5 lug, then to a th400 transmission, and power steering,, and kept my Dana 44 rear end and put posi with 373 gears, electric windows, bucket seats from a 68 k5 blazer, I am changing out my 350 and putting in a big cam ls3 , with power-steering a/c the works,
Grew up with this truck “copper” my whole life and learned to drive stick in it. I put a lot of miles behind this wheel in college and meeting and then marrying my wife. Camping, hunting, and fishing. It’s been there through it all. I’ve got some good projects coming up for it, and I hope LMC, is there with me! Also I would love the chance to be on the cover sometime!
I found this 1990 Chevy K1500 4x4 after searching for almost a year. I couldn’t believe my good fortune to have found a one owner, 110,400 miles, 4x4 with original paint, garage kept K1500. She was glorious. The owners had purchased it from the dealer, did all maintenance, and sold it back them - all these 29 years. I thank them and highly admire the care they did for this wonderful vehicle. The truck was identical in color to my old 1988 Chevy Cheyenne K2500 longbed I drove all over the mid-west from 1988-1990. It took me cross country ... read more >>
I bought my 73 Chevy C20 super Cheyenne 454 pickup for 450.00. My mom helped me to pay for it, she told the owner he would not recognize it in 6 months. I worked at a car dealer at the time, I worked in the service department from 7-6 and then would head to the body shop which was at the dealer and would work on the truck usually all night and then go back to work at 7. Sometimes no one knew I was still working and they would set the alarm and when I would walk out ... read more >>