I rebuilt the motor. It’s a 350 4 barrel. It's got a 400 trans turbo 750 Edlebrock carb performance headers and a lot of body work. I took the bench seat out and put in racing seats. I put a Quick Sliver ratchet shifter in, smaller steering wheel, and true duals exhaust. The truck has 650,000 miles on its frame. It’s a dream and it's my pride and joy.
I saw this truck coming home on the 4th of July this summer. I saw how good of shape it was in, so I went back to look at it. I asked to test drive it and when I did, my dad and I could tell it was low on power. We later found out that it had a blown cam! My dad’s cousin works for a company called Motor City Muscle. They had an ’86 El Camino that they had just built a 350 Chevy engine for and the person was selling it! We got the El Camino for $600. We took the blown engine out of the truck and replaced it with the 350! It had a lot of power and I love it for my first car!
This is my 1995 two door Tahoe Z71. I leased a Tahoe back in the early 2000’s and loved it. The day I turned it in, I knew I had made a mistake. In 2013 I was determined to find another two door Tahoe. I was lucky enough to find a 1995 Z71 on eBay. When it arrived I realized it needed some real attention. I immediately logged onto LMC Truck to get the parts I needed. Today my Tahoe is my daily driver and is a safe, good looking, good running example of what can be done with a little help from LMC. I love that I get offers to sell it for more than I paid for it daily.
I spotted this truck while searching for my first truck. I searched and searched for the right one. Then I spotted this beauty. It only had 107,000 miles on it when I bought it. It now has 115,000 because I drive it every day. I've put everything on this truck myself. Considering I'm only 17, it’s pretty nice. Thanks to LMC I've been able to keep this beauty on the road.
I purchased my ‘71 K10 from a friend last September who had it in a garage for over 15 years. I needed a truck and wanted something different. She needed money to purchase a house, so I bought it. It was pretty much rust free and in good shape. I was not a fan of the color so thought I would put a quick paint job on it and drive it for winter.
I bought this truck in AZ. I flew down and drove it back to MN. It was 105 degrees in AZ. It already had a flame red paint job that I polished out. I picked up my parts from LMC on the way home.
I then started my reconstruction with 20" hot wheels, dropping it front and back 2 1/2 in, cleaned up the cab, and redid the box.
My truck is a 1993 Ford F150. It's my pride and joy. My brothers and my Dad had the same truck before I got mine. It only has 82k on it and I traded a Buick for it. I bought it for $500.
My dad bought this truck after his little Mazda got crushed by a tree. He got it off a guy who had driven it from Arizona all the way up to Manitoba. We were driving to grab something to eat one evening and were talking about what I would be driving when I got my license. He asked if I wanted to try driving the truck. He sold it to me the following month. She's still a bit of a work in progress but I hope to have the work done soon.