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79 Bronco project took about a year to complete, would not have been possible without LMC. 400 has a mild cam and 4 barrel carb, standard 4 speed trans. Lots of parts were custom built. This thing is a tank!! I had an identical truck when I was younger, and always regretted selling it. 95 percent done by myself and a few friends. Paint was done by my neighbor, Yancy Turner. LMC had the hard to find parts I needed. You guys are Awesome!! Thanks LMC!!
In the late 1950’s my Father, Richard bought this 53 Ford F-100 used as his daily commuter. He used it to go to work down at the local town woolen mills and to visit his Father that lived up the road. After using it for 9 years he decided to drive it up in the woods and left it in still driving condition. In the Spring of 2009 my Father, my two sons and I went to a car show in Vermont where there was a 53 F-100. My Father related to his grandchildren that he used to drive ... read more >>
My truck is a 1969 F100 short box. I purchased it from the original owner in 2010. It was a 6 cylinder automatic with power steering and manual brakes. I have updated it with dream beans, Ford disc brakes, power brakes, and a Ford aluminum head 302. The truck is 80% original paint and 100% original interior. I had the original steel wheels and stainless steel hubcaps redone. I have the stainless steel hubcaps polished and the 14 in rims centers put into 15 in rims. I used LMC Truck for most of the parts I purchased. You guys ... read more >>
My 17 year old daughter has been wanting a truck since she got her license. We made a deal with her and told her we would match what she had in saving for a down payment but she would be responsible for the truck payment. We found this truck for sale in Colorado and decided that we would fix it up for her and surprise her with it and give it to her before she went back to school after spring break. She happened to be in Colorado on a college campus tour the same weekend we drove 8 ... read more >>
ANOTHER ONE SAVED BY THE CRUSHER It all started on a beautiful early spring day 2006 while working on the back roads of the eastern shore of Maryland. I had gotten a quick 5 second glance of a well known local Metal scraper (recycler) Mr.Mack hauling a tired looking 1967 Ford f100 on the back of his rollback destine for the scrape yard. At the time I was in the process of a father/son project with my son Randy it rebuilding his 1972 Ford f100, and thinking the truck on the rollback would be a perfect parts truck for ... read more >>
Back in 2010, I acquired this truck from my neighbor over a few beers. I've been on him to sell me this truck for a while cause it was just sitting there with the grass growing around it. All it needed was a water pump. Anyway, I swapped him a utility trailer for it. The next day after all the paperwork was done, he said he had a problem. He had no way to pull the trailer with his other ride. So, we rode to Oreilly and I bought him a receiver hitch, ball, plug, and wire adapter to ... read more >>
It has 56 K original miles. Was originally purchased for the Fairbanks fire dept. While in Fairbanks the original272 V8 froze and broke. I have the original manifest and am the 2nd owner. So installed a 87ish 351 H O C-6.with stage 2 shift kit. Stall converter 8.8 L S D. Original interior and paint. I'll provide more pics later. In closing this truck was registered to Steve McQueen's uncle.