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“Never Easy” 1976 F100 “Never Easy” was found down a gravel road outside of the town in which I live. I’ve owned the truck now for almost 3 years. It earned its name because almost every upgrade that was completed was extremely harder than it should have been. It was a frame-off restoration. Everything underneath as far as lines, brakes, body bushings, etc are brand new. I put DJM dream beams on the front and drop shackles on the back to give it a great stance. The interior was completely gutted and replaced with new door panels, carpet, dash, ... read more >>
Slick's '66 This truck was my Dad's pride and joy. When he passed in 1989, I felt like I would make it a tribute to him. Hence the "Slick" painted on the cowl. I just replaced the stock 352 with a much better running 390. I wish so much that he could drive it now.
Ford in Alaska I have dreamed of having a 1977 since I was old enough to know what the word Ford meant. I bought this truck last winter and it's been in my garage ever since, with a special thanks to LMC for having the parts I needed and getting them to me in under a week! I turn sixteen this coming winter so I will be blessed to join the classic gang.
Brownie Bought new in 85 and its been through. It's been through 2 motors & 3 transmissions. I've redone all the interior and working on the exterior. It's still going strong. Thanks, LMC for the parts to restore it
Ben's Truck I was visiting a friend outside Bristol, TN and he was showing my wife and I some old hand tool to see if we could guess what they did. He had a 49 F1 in there also and my wife was looking at it and talking to Ben about it. He mentioned a gentleman who offered to buy it and to my surprise, my wife said she would match the offer. Years later Ben called and ask if we would still buy the F1, we agreed on a price but more important was that we would keep ... read more >>
Ranch Rescue My vehicle in college was a restored, clean, one-owner 1970 Chevy CST10 with a/c and details down to the matching original seat, headliner and door panels. So when it was time to shop for my son's first vehicle, we instantly thought "old truck," but it had to be on a budget. After months of online shopping across several states, we were the first to act on a 1962 GMC 1000 that had survived its stint on a California mountain ranch--and had the patina to prove it. We made quick friends with the seller, who threw in a ... read more >>
I purchased this S10 from a neighbor in 2000 with a bad motor. Dad needed a truck at the time, so we found a used motor and installed it. I got it from the estate when he passed away in 2009 and started planning a restoration. I took it to a local shop where it was disassembled and prepped for paint. It came to a stand still there as the shop was busy. I moved it to another shop for completion and it is now on the road. I got a personalized plate in memory of dad, DAD-TRK. ... read more >>
The Blazer My dad Bought me the Blazer so I’d have something to flip and make me money, but, as soon as I started to drive it I fell in love. And after hearing from everybody who previously owned one, the regret of selling theirs, I knew I couldn’t make the same mistake.