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When Dane of Morganton, North Carolina, saw the '72 Ford Custom online with 115,000 original miles and with a price tag of $1,000, he knew that he couldn't pass it up. By using salvageable parts from the '72 Ford Sport Custom that he owned for 20 years and LMC parts, he knew that he could combine the best of both and create something really special.
Bought this 4x4 used in 2003. It was run into the ground by an electric utility company. Must have been involved in a flood because it was caked in dry mud inside and out including inside the frame, engine bay, dash, etc. Cleaned slowly year after year. Runs great! 140k miles. Taken care of by myself and my local Ford dealer. I try to use OEM parts every service, if not, then LMC parts.
Old Blue Rides Again I have a 1990 Ford F150 short bed 4x4 that I build from my old 1988 Ford F150 and my Grandpa's 1990 F150. I took the lift kit, transmission, transfer case and the front end out of my 1988 and bolted it to my Grandpa's 1990 2WD and converted it to a 4WD. In the past two years I have had it painted back to the factory color, installed a new motor, dual exhaust and all new exterior parts from LMC. I added new bumpers, headlights, grill, trim, mirrors, emblems and some interior parts like ... read more >>
I had this truck since I was a teen (age 15). In 1998 my father found this truck for sale in Capitan NM and bought this truck for me which was mostly totaled. With many hours spent fixing it, modifying it, and slowly fixing it up became my first truck. My father and I like old Fords. We have many other ones which were our ranch trucks. We spent many hours working on them and considered ourselves mechanics. 2020 was the year my dream finally came true with the support of my wife, family & friends. We bit the ... read more >>
Old Wrecker When I was about 12 years old I was just crazy about this tow truck that was down the road at the Texaco. It was the first truck I ever had seen like this and I just wanted one so bad. As years went by, I remembered it but then it was gone. I always told the story of how much the truck was just a cool hard working real truck and was always going out to pull cars up and out of somewhere. Then about 3 years ago I was looking at the truck and trader ... read more >>
My Lil' Burro Bought my first 4x4 in 1993. I was looking at a Jeep, but the salesman wouldn't drop the price on a new year old jeep, (only $500 cdn difference.) So I said "BYE " ....the next day the Ford dealer had this Ranger on sale , I phoned around town to find a better price but this one was almost $2000 cheaper for the same model. I went to look at it and it was my favourite color, that teal green, actually called Cayman Green. The only thing I didn't want was the push button 4x4 ... read more >>
LA SECUNDINA It's a pickup that represents the beginning of a very prosphere business and in these difficult times with the pandemic, it is giving an example of unity with their clients. ES UN PICKUP QUE REPRESENTA LOS INICIOS DE UN NEGOCIO MUY PROSPERO Y QUE EN ESTOS MOMENTOS DIFICILES DE LA PANDEMIA ESTA DANDO UN EJEMPLO DE SOLIDARIDAD CON SUS CLIENTES.
J RYDE I bought this Bronco 5 years ago when my grandson was 6 months old. When he was old enough, we named it J RYDE after him. His name is Jackson Ryder. The Bronco even has a personalized license plate. He currently makes me ask permission to drive it. I will hand over the keys to him on his 16th birthday. She has come a long way since I bought her. All I left it to rebuild the motor and recover the seats.
Mayhem Build Bought this 1979 Ford Bronco ranger XLT off of a friend a few years back with plans to rebuild. I have another 79 Bronco for playing in the mud but I also wanted one for cruising. This was a great Bronco to start with. 95,000 miles on the 351M and C6 tranny. I swapped out the 203 transfer case for the np205 along with lockout hubs instead of the full time ones. 6" lift was then installed. Then instead of fixing some rust issues I ordered an LMC catalog and began placing orders... as you can see ... read more >>