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Second owner of a 1977 4x4 short bed f150, purchased in 1991. Was my daily driver for 15 years. Has been stored and not driven for the past 13 years. My 16-year-old asked if she could drive it instead of getting a “new” car. Converting it from a 300 and 4 speed to a efi 351 and overdrive auto transmission. The first of many parts needed from LMC was a steering column bearing for an automatic steering column from a 1982 donor.
Refurbished Inside & out, 302 V8 hp motor, LWB, 3 on Tree. Undercoated and Bed liner. Original wheel covers and original seat upholstered. Still looking for original steering wheel, 3 piece front hood trim and original rear view mirror.
I bought this truck a year ago in March, and it is my seventh pick up. This is my first Diesel and so far I’m really liking it. It runs great. I use it for work and it pulls my trailers, no problem. So far I haven’t had to do much to it but I plan on fixing a little bit of the body rust and spraying lineX on the rocker panels. Also I would like to replace the carpet with the vinyl floor covering. My nine-year-old daughter really likes riding in it, and it will probably end up ... read more >>
The history for this truck (Midnight) is that, after my car was totaled in a collision a couple of years back, I was using my fiance’s Jeep. Jackie and I were looking for a good used truck for me. We came across Midnight in August of 2018. That winter I fell in love. She handled the snow and ice perfectly. I would see other 4X4s on the side of the road or having trouble with the ice. Midnight had no issues. I had heard 2002 was a very good year for Ford trucks and I believe it. She needs ... read more >>
My story started like this: when I was in high school, a friend of mine had a Bronco he inherited from his brother. It had been his dad's Bronco, and they still have the Bronco today. After riding around with my buddy in his ’72 Bronco on the weekend, for several years, I wanted a Bronco of my own. That's where my love for Broncos began. And now, 27 years later, I have my own and wouldn't take nothing for it. So that’s pretty much my story. I'm a Bronco freak, lol. ... read more >>
Students at the Advanced Technical Center (ATC) at Gardner Edgerton High School are working to restore a Ford F150 that has been in the school’s possession since 1984. This truck was donated by the Ford Motor Company when it was deemed a “total loss” due to flood damage while at Don Thornton Ford in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The truck has less than 200 original miles on the odometer, and other than minor cosmetic blemishes the truck is relatively untouched and in original condition. With the help of LMC truck, our students have been able to replace some of the damaged ... read more >>
Fudgsicle This dark brown metallic 1977 Ford E150 was literally a barn find. Originally purchased and customized by a Ford employee, this van had been stored for years in a barn in Michigan and had only 74,312 miles. Other than cobwebs and chicken poop it was in great shape. A complete mechanical once-over of belts, hoses, carburetor, plugs, radiator and tires later, the 300-six and C4 were running like new. The interior is totally stuck in the ‘70s with button and tuck Naugahyde and gold-brown shag carpet. New carpet in the cockpit, an updated sound system and simple gold ... read more >>
Dad's 82 Ford Truck Here are some pictures of my dad and I with our 1982 Ford F150. First one is what we first started with. My dad bought this truck brand new in 1982 and we still have it to this day. This was the truck that brought me home from the hospital when I was born, and it was the first truck I've ever drove. For 10 years my dad and I spent a lot of our nights after work and some weekends to get it where it is today. Was a long box, but cut 16 ... read more >>
My Father's Ford Trucks I own the last Ford F150 pickup that my father owned. He was a building contractor and owned several Ford Pickups through the years. His first Ford Truck was called a "40 Ford" that he drove the 100 mile trip from Excel, Alabama to Mobile, Alabama during the 40's. He owned one Ford Pickup that had imprinted on the steering wheel; 50th Anniversary of the Ford Motor Company. He also owned a Ford Ranchereo. The truck I have now was purchased new in 1989 and still runs quite well. I use it on my farm ... read more >>
Emery's Truck My father-in-law Emery, a WWII veteran (saw lots of action in Pacific on LST), bought this truck brand new in 1970 and drove it 4 years. Then he parked it in a garage where it sat until his death 4 years ago. Cherry red F100 Sport Custom, 2841 original miles, no rust, a beauty.