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I got his truck last year (2019). I was looking for a truck that I can restore and have as a daily driver. My father-n-law spotted this beauty for $3000. I didn't have that much to spend, but he said I will make a deal with you and spot you the money, but you have to pay me back. I said yes sir its a deal and I paid him back.Then he said keep the money and the truck I just wanted to see if you would pay it back. Hey your word is your bond. So now I ... read more >>
"Jolly Green" Purchased this '75 Highboy in September last year, and I've been slowly working on it, and enjoying it, ever since!! Maybe someday a full restoration might happen, but for right now, I'm taking her off roading and to local shows.
Still Learning Found this truck 2 years Ago. It was a bucket of bolts, broken glass and rust. It’s not perfect and I wish I had more body/paint skills, but I’m still running the original flathead and six volt positive ground and use it as my daily driver. Many thanks to LMC for their great parts and service.
Project With My Grandfather Well this story begins about a year ago when I was 17. We went on a drive and found an old Bronco. Grandpa asked me if I was interested in fixing it, I responded YES! Instantly. It was our first project together swapping a 351c into it and painting it as to the day he watched our family friend drive it off the lot when he was young. Our second project came around when I bought a 75 crew cab. I found the truck about 850km away from me and instantly decided to buy it. ... read more >>
The Torch is Passed In the fall of 1988 I was in the market for a small pickup truck. Ford had just introduced the 1989 Ranger. It featured significant redesign compared to the previous model which had been virtually unchanged since its introduction in 1983. I preferred the previous model and searched until I found a dealer who still had 3 of the 1988’s on their lot. With exception of the color (1 red, 1 tan and 1 blue) the trucks were identical. 2.0 Liter 4 cylinder engines with 5 speed transmissions. “Plain Jane” trucks with no optional equipment. ... read more >>
Just Like New We found this truck, in December 2016, while picking up vehicles in Oregon destined for the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, FL.. It had spent 20 years, parked in a barn, and was in great shape, with only 21,000 miles. We dropped it off, at home in Ohio, and over the next year had a few things updated/ improved to hopefully make it ride "like a new 45 year old truck". This included new tires, shocks, cab mounts, all bushings, and front and rear sway bars. Knowing that we were moving to Georgia's Lake Country, we wanted ... read more >>
Car bought in North Carolina in 2018. I brought it to Europe and rode for a year as it was. Now a complete repair is in progress. Almost ready. Thanks to LMC there is no problem to repair the car. A month ago I bought another project F100 1979 which I am also starting to renovate. I like American cars.
I purchased this truck May of 2018. It had no engine or transmission and interior was stripped out of truck, just some boxes of interior parts. I rebuilt a FE 390 and C6 transmission for it. Totally restored the rest of the truck, the body didn’t need a lot of work mainly just paint seeing how truck came from Arkansas. I finished the truck a year later, lots of late nights but it was worth it. Been to a few car shows this past summer and even managed to win a top truck at one of the shows. Absolutely ... read more >>
51 Ford F1 "Patriot" Truck After what seems like a lifetime the F1 is finally finished. It has had a full frame off make over. It's powered by a Mustang 302 with AOD transmission. It's been upgraded with power disc brakes, Vintage air, one piece glass power windows, custom leather hi-back seats, digital gauges, custom door panels, frenched in power antenna, LED tail lights built into the bed side rails, back up lights and turn signals built into the bed top rails. Custom paint in a red, white and blue color scheme. All new chrome and trim. Almost all ... read more >>