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Surf n Turf Big buggy Needed a vehicle to drive on the beach to surf, fish, n tow my boat to the state boat ramp, saw classified ad, 1988 loaded GMC suburban for sale, in 1996. The owner was a retired business man used it to tow a 28ft travel trailer all over the country, it had 107000 miles on it when I bought it. 5 years of surf fishing and towing the 23ft boat the transmission finally gave up, replaced it and rebuilt the engine and a few other items ( quite a few items) changed the paint ... read more >>
My Little Truck I purchased this truck last year from a guy in Victoria Australia it is a complete running truck. The body and bed is in excellent condition with no rust. Under neath is all original unrestored I will do all the brakes and suspension and replace the wheels to keep it looking original and any other repairs it needs to make it road worthy and then enjoy driving the little truck. Regards Joe.
Rebuilding Family History I have rebuilt both of these trucks which holds much family history. First is the 1963 Chevy C10 that’s been in the family since 1967. The Ford has been in the family since 1974. It is a 1970 f100 camper special. The Ford has been driven by four generations and is currently owned by my grandson who got to help with some of the rebuild. Much time, love, blood, sweat, and tears went into these trucks. Happy to have used LMC Trucks as my go-to supplier!
GMC Obsession! I bought a beautiful 1964 GMC, and I have added new Auto Meter Gauge, over drive 700R4, and stenciled the tailgate. It's so much fun and it turns heads. I still get excited to drive it. I also bought a 1950 five window I found in Texas, it's an awesome truck. Solid, straight, and no rust. I'm getting ready to begin a from off restoration here. Trying to decide on color, new frame or not, and lots of horse power/a/c. I believe I want it to look old and run like a new one. Can't wait to ... read more >>
1988 dually I just purchased this truck from a friend. I’ve been trying to buy it for years. It’s a 1988 R30 4 door 1 ton. 64256 on the truck. It’s all original. Truck runs and drive like a new truck. My plan is to have it repainted and take it to shows.
Square Bodies I grew up with square body Silverado's in the 80's, so after I retired from the military I bought an 87 K5. It seemed though all of my time was working on this truck. Friends helped and it was mostly fun. I'm selling it now because my attention has turned to old GMC trucks ( a 64 and a 50). We also spent a lot of time ordering parts from LMC. It's been fun, and now the page is turning...
I bought this truck May 1, 2000 in pretty good condition. It had a new motor and a recent paint job. It was exactly the truck I wanted, but the wrong color blue. It is previous life it was a bull truck, moving a bull around from one herd to another. Time and conditions took their toll on the truck’s paint and after 18 plus years, it was time to paint it again. This time I had the truck body disassembled and painted dark blue, code 029. It received lower gears, updates to the drive train, new doors, glass, ... read more >>
When I bought my truck, I really wasn't looking for this truck. I was looking for a car to build into a hotrod. While looking at other cars, something about this truck made me want it. It is a 1970 C10 Custom, and when I bought it two years ago it had 68,000 miles on it, and was one owner. The original owner had recently passed. When I went to see my friend that has a body shop, he recognized the truck since it had been local since it was new. He had fixed the body and paint 25 ... read more >>
GMC Jimmy 1988 I bought this lovely truck back in 2015, and I renewed it and moved it back on the road again , it was not maintained well by the first owner but the engine was in good condition. Now I cannot imagine living without it I love it. Regards. Abdullah
Ellibee’s 1979 K5 blazer I wanted to rebuild a K5 that looked like the one I had when I met my wife. After we got married I had to sell it when the kids came along for a gas saver vehicle. I happen to run across this one in AZ. I bought a plane ticket going off the sellers description that the blazer was road worthy for a trip back to Texas. I made it home with lots of oil, gas. I forgot to ask if the heater worked? My mistake, I liked to freeze going through the mountains ... read more >>