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1950 Chevy pickup with a little lift I bought my 1950 Chevy pickup four years ago on line and it looked good from a distance but after getting it home I quickly realized it needed a complete overhaul and that's what I have done. Thanks to all people I have had help me with this build but I would like to give a huge shout out to all the great people at LMC for always being patient with me every time I would call trying to explain what part I needed and then they would remind me of the ... read more >>
Old blue I'm a 100% disabled veteran and I restore chevy square body trucks. I got this truck and it sat in a back yard for 5 years. The truck had absolutely no rust. I redid the interior and put in a 30 over 350 with a comp mother thumper cam, headers and a preform carb. Then painted it a blue that turns purple when the sun hits it .
This truck was purchased from the original owner in Alabama in 2010. It was a complete untouched 78,000 mile survivor. It had the typical rust in the floor pans, but it has no body rust and had never been in an accident. I lower the front 7 inches and the rear 5 inches and it runs 17inch wheels and tires. Other then the drop the truck still runs the original 318/727 and has factory A/C. The truck was repainted in 2014 back to the original two tone colors. I was able to replace all the trim and emblems with ... read more >>
This truck was purchased in 1984 by the grandfather of my ex wife and I bought it in 2012. Having been in her family for 28 years, I was asked to modify it inside and out. It was a motor 5.0 transmission and differential of a 2000 mustang.
The truck was used as a pilot truck for a mobile home moving business in west Texas. I trailered it to my home in Alabama in 2017 and began restoration. I took the truck down to the last bolt with the intent to keep the truck as original as possible. I was able to keep the original inline 6 240 c.i. motor and the "3 on the tree" manual transmission. However, I added power front disc brakes for added safety. And because acceptable replacement exhaust and intake manifolds proved very difficult to find, I installed headers and a modern ... read more >>
I ordered this truck new from Ford in 1973. It arrived in November of 73 as a 1974 year model. It came as a 360 4 speed, Ranger model. With help I did a complete body off restoration, and an engine rebuild a couple of years ago, putting a 390 crank in the original block. It has been a great truck the last 46 years and runs even better now with the refreshed engine and the added cubic inches. I cant imagine not having this bad boy to drive around. I don’t think that I can replace it with ... read more >>
We purchased our 1996 Bronco XLT new in September of 96 in Fresno California for my wife as her daily driver. It is equipped with the 5.8L Auto, Quad front shocks, Towing Package, loaded with Leather Interior. It spent the first 14 years in California's Mojave Desert. Absolutely no rust and been off road maybe 5 times in it's life. We added the 6" lift and the M/T Classic II Wheels with 14.50/35/15" BFG All Terrain Tires. It has been one of the best vehicles we have ever owned. It now resides in Huntsville Alabama as my daily driver ... read more >>
14 going on 50 I previously told this story but felt I needed to update this with some updated pictures since completion of the project. The very first vehicle I ever owned was a 1978 F 150 2WD four speed manual transmission. It was an oilfield truck that had been used hard in the Texas Panhandle. I paid $50 for that truck and loved every minute of owning it. Fast forward to 2018. I was driving through Cave Creek, AZ and happened to see sitting in the parking lot of a local diner a 1978 F 150 with a ... read more >>
I purchased this truck when I was 16 for 500 bucks in 2005. I ended up joining the Army and the truck had to stay in storage until 2016 when I was able to get it back. As of today I have gotten many parts from LMC, the truck is finally finished and travels with me from duty station to duty station.
A dream to reality As far as I can remember from the time I was young I have always had a love for old style ford high boys, it has always been a dream of mine to own one someday, I have had a vision in my mind of how I would restore it should I ever own one. Well as luck would have it and a lot of hard work, and with help of good friends my vision and dreams have become a reality! This truck has went from rust to head turner! This is a 1970 f250 ... read more >>