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Quicksilver 1994 Dodge Cummins, I bought in 2017 for 3k. Everything was working fine truck was just kind of rough. Ended up having to put a clutch in it about 6 months after I bought and slowly also made some minor upgrades. I have it cleaned up pretty good now. I’d like to get it painted a slap some performance parts in it. My most recent upgrade was the Dash pad here on LMC Truck and it turned out great.
My Truck "Grace" My truck is a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 with a 5.2 engine and automatic transmission. I have ordered parts from LMC Trucks for a lot of years. The clear coat was in bad condition so I had it painted back in its original forest green and driftwood grey. I must admit it was costly but I am well satisfied with the results. I replaced the instrument bezel, bought and installed a new dash, bought all new emblems, new headlights, and tail lights. My truck is like me, old bur solid. I love to take her on ... read more >>
3/4 Ton Swap I bought the truck about two years ago and started to rebuild it from the ground up with my dad. Since we both love doing the same thing we thought it would be different building a 1/2 ton Dodge to a 3/4 ton. Since the restore on the drivetrain, I've replaced a lot of new parts on the motor. At the very beginning of the long process everyone told me that it couldn't be done but with the knowledge of trucks we made it happen. It has been a long dream of mine to build a ... read more >>
Dads '73 D100 This 1973 D100 Custom 8ft bed 318 2 btl carb was my Dad's truck. Dad purchased new in Newburgh, NY in late 1972 before he moved us to North Carolina. I got to pick out the Red and White color and my baby sister got the first ride with Dad. After my Dad passed, I received the truck as a gift from my Mother. I immediately began the restoration process which I have learned is never finished. I used a donor, 1973 D150 Club cab drive train 400 (rebuilt) with a torque flite 904. Replaced rear ... read more >>
Pulls like a Freight Train! I became the proud owner of a 1989 D250 Cummins Turbo Diesel 3\4 ton 2-wheel drive in 2012. It was love @ 1st site for me. 77,000 original North Carolina miles. Super clean no rust and the 1st diesel truck I have ever owned! Not so much for my wife. When I pulled up in the driveway and she came out onto the front porch and said that's the ugliest truck I have ever seen. We both laughed and I started immediately ordering a whole bunch of items from LMC Truck! I have used ... read more >>
My MOPAR D150 Bought this truck from Brad The Mopar Dude. Since then I've got a new LMC front bumper. I used to have the 1972-82 front bumper. Now it's way cleaner looking and it's not that big bulky looking one. dropped it 4-6 inches. have a new 360 magnum from ATK engines. I got my new kick down cable from Bouchillon performance. The next upgrade will be the original bucket seats from LMC. I'll update photo's as I go.
The Prospector My name is Rodgerick Clower. I'm 16 and I own a charcoal gray 1982 Dodge Ram D150 prospectors with a mopar 360 small block V8 with auto 727 torquefite transmission. It has a Holley 750 street demon carburetor and an MSD distributor I did everything myself. My dad and I got the truck for a good price and my dad likes Chevrolets so he gave me this one for putting a 350 in his truck. I plan to keep this truck as long as I can. You can see more pictures of the trucks on Instagram @ 1982_ram
Our 12 Year-Old Boy's Dream Chad wanted a truck since he could talk. When he turned 12, his stepdad found him his dream truck. It needed a little work. This 1978 W200 Dodge pickup was left on a reservation in Moab for 20 years in the red sand. It had 56,000 miles and no rust, a 400 c.i.d engine, and a lot of sand. A donor truck supplied the parts needed to convert it to a 4-speed. Chad and Gary (stepfather) have worked on it for years, pulling the engine, rebuilding it, and learning along the way. Chad used ... read more >>
Lucky Adventurer Day We wanted to purchase an older truck that we could eventually restore and enjoy, with the intent of passing it on to kids down the road. We had looked at several trucks, and missed out on several 40’s-70’s trucks. My daughter and I were on the way to the dentist one day, and weren’t real happy about having to take a detour onto a secondary country road (we were running a little bit late). After we turned onto the road, about 1/8th of a mile on the right hand side of the road, we saw this ... read more >>