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The truck is a 2004 F250 with the 6.0L diesel engine. I traded my 2010 Camaro for it, since we moved to the family farm and needed a bigger truck to haul equipment and livestock. I also ended up using the truck for charity benefit rides to support fallen officers and veterans. I have done some work to the truck. It has an 8" lift, larger turbo, bulletproofed, and some other smaller items. I love the truck and plan on keeping it for a long time while continuing to do modifications to it, as that is what I enjoy ... read more >>
I bought the truck in Pennsylvania with the interior and paint complete. I wanted a truck with a little lift on it. I continued to add a rough country suspension lift and 5 inch blocks under the leafs. I bought my front bumper off of LMC truck and all the chrome trim for the wheel wells. Very pleased with the results! THANKS LMC TRUCK!
Started about 6 years ago, it was in a bad front end crash which didn’t ruin anything frame wise but basically the whole front dog house was crunched. Waited for insurance to figure out what they were gonna do finally got a check and got to keep the truck. Rebuilt it with lots of parts from LMC! Finally got it all done and it’s now sitting pretty with a built 355 small block sitting on 35’s BFG’s.
It was my dad's truck. He parked it in his pole barn with 66,000 miles on it after the third factory-installed manifold warped. I wanted a beater truck so, I bought it from him for $500. I helped them a lot at their rural home so he gave me a price I couldn't resist. I removed the non-integrated manifold and installed a Clifford Performance water intake and headers, converted to dual exhaust, added a Weber Dgas 38 carb, removed the driver side gas tank, replaced the passenger side gas tank, replaced brake lines, removed the camper from the "Camper ... read more >>
This was sitting in a garage down by the river for years 13 now 56. Wow. Finally sells it put it on ranger chassis drives like a new truck. Built this for my buddies wife he has less than 5 invested. Just wanted to show you guys building them right in Illinois.
This truck was my Daddy's pride and joy. He passed in 2013. I bought it from my mom. He called it his "Mutt" truck because it has a little bit of everything in it! 355 bored 30 over, decked to 0, 1971 202 Corvette heads, 1969 302 intake, RV cam, Roller Rockers, Featherlite pistons and a 500 CFM Edelbrock carburetor. He was like the first one in our small town of Welch, WV to start lowering trucks. Bought a lot of parts from LMC! Lots of guys got him to lower theirs after seeing his!! We have since moved ... read more >>
There was a lot of sweat, blood, and tears that was put into this truck to make it what it is today. It all started when I saw the boys at my high school driving their old trucks to school every day. Most girls want a vehicle that gets them from point A to point B with good gas mileage. Instead, I wanted an old lifted truck and being raised in a family that loves old vehicles; I knew it wouldn’t be impossible. I got a job at a local grocery store and saved every penny I made. When ... read more >>
I'm the second owner of this truck. I bought it in 2010 from a great guy named Larry. He was retired from the steal mill in Pueblo, CO. This was his daily driver. The truck was in good shape as Larry had all the dealer paper work and maintenance records. In 2016 we had a horrific hail storm. She got really beat up. So I stripped her down and sent her to paint. (TA costumes). I replaced 90-95% of all trim, lenses, grill shell, bumpers, hood, back window ect.... Interior I replaced door panels, all door and window hardware, ... read more >>