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My dad bought this truck when i was 11 years old he bought it brand new .he was a farmer and used it to haul corn and soybeans in plus he pulled 2 wagons of grain in about 1995 he had the truck painted ad parked it for 20+ years he gave me the truck and i let it set for a few years then in 2018 i found a guy that wanted to restore it so i got it restored an now it looks better than it did new
I'm from Puerto Rico and my father brought me his old Ram pickup. I decide to restore it because the emotional value. At this time my father is 80 years old and can't work with me, but I do. I don't know how long it will take to finally complete the restoration, but the worst is the dashboard. See the photos before and after. Thanks to LMC TRUCK for the parts.
This beautiful 2003 Denali often gets mistaken for a newer model. Miles purchased it from the original owner who meticulously cleaned and maintained it since day 1. It's all original except for aftermarket tail light, drilled and slotted rotors, and is complimented by a 22" set of wheels off a 2016 Denali. "It's like driving my couch down the road". Miles plans to take care of it as the previous owner did. It even has the receipt window sticker from the lot it was purchased from.
I purchased my truck about 7 years ago when it had 160,000 miles on it and needed a lot of TLC. It is a 1996 and currently has 230,000 miles. In another couple years it'll hit 250,000 and will proudly be able to say it has a quarter of a million miles on it! Over the years I’ve made many cosmetic and mechanical upgrades (tint, complete audio, wheels, tires, grille, lights, shocks, drive terrain components, etc). The truck has been very reliable, usually only costing me on average $500 a year in maintenance. However, just because it looks good, ... read more >>
My love for cars, trucks, trains, etc goes back as long as I can remember. I was raised by a dad that couldn’t talk enough about them and took us to car shows. In 1975 a 1954 Chevy 3100 caught my eye, the owner had a new 4x4 on order and would sell this truck to me when his new one came in. Finally, in the spring of 1976 I got my first truck. It had a 235 CID with a 3 spd. But that was replaced with a 283 bored .060 over 11.7 comp pistons, weland aluminum intake ... read more >>
Greetings from WI. First off I would like to thank you for the $100 gift certificate for taking honorable mention in the naming of “NightCrawler”! We already put it to good use with the purchase of sunvisors and an led dome light for our truck. We have sourced many LMC parts for our recent build. Great quality parts! We were honored to restore my Dads work and fishing truck into this retired beauty! Here is a poem that pretty much sums it up: Vision Quest 20 years ago I had a vision It was long, lean and clean So ... read more >>
I have always been a gear head. Several of us guys after high school were into mud trucks and mud racing. We lifted and modified 4x4 trucks and entered them in mud drags. This started my passion for lifted Chevy trucks. So, in 1982, a friend of mine’s Dad had his 1972 K10 Chevy truck for sale and I had to buy it. I started my upgrades by adding a 4” lift and 33” tires. Shortly afterward I changed it to a 9” lift with 40” ground hogs. There was a guy in town that was always leaving notes ... read more >>