Over the years, my father had more Broncos than I can even remember. His last one was this 1996 Eddie Bauer Edition. As a child, I remember every summer involved a Bronco, fishing pole, gun, & a camper....we would travel all over the mountain states for a month or more at a time, camping, fishing, and shooting guns!
I bought three trucks to make 1 truck. The first truck I bought in 1989, the second in 1997, and the last truck was purchased in 2012. I had to do this to get the parts that I needed, due to the size of the truck. It took me from 1989-2014 to finish this truck, and I'm very happy with the results. I bought many of the parts from LMC Truck, and I couldn't have done this without you. I'm very pleased with the results.
I inherited this old farm truck from my grandpa after his passing. It’s been a project for about 2 years now and it’s starting to get where I want it. The satin white with patina is actually not the stock color, I painted it satin white and sanded to revel brown primer "rust” The interior has been redone thanks to LMC, and the dirty ole 400 got a major clean up! The motor is now repainted blue with tons of new parts. So to wrap it up she might look like an old farm truck but don't let that look fool you, she will surprise you!
When I got my license I bought a 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 with a 12 valve Cummins 2wd 5 speed from one of my friends. I drove it for about 6 months and got tired of spending so much money on parts. I put it online for sale and I was contacted by a boy in Georgetown, Kentucky about trading his truck for my Dodge.
This is a 1968 Chevy C10 2wd, started out farm fresh. I had bought this truck 4 years ago and it became a project with my father. One thing lead to another it turned into a frame off restoration. Thanks to LMC Truck this truck is 80 percent brand new, it now has a 383 blue print backed by a turbo 400 B&M transmission. This beautiful blue is R34 Bayside blue.
My truck is a 1955 F250 on a 1979 F150 frame. It’s powered by a built 460 backed by a c6 and an np205 transfer case. It sits on 33's with a front Dana 44 and a rear ford 9inch. I built this truck when I was 16 and I'm currently 18. It’s been my daily driver ever since. This truck has never been babied.
My wife and I do a lot of camping. This 1970 F250 Camper Special is really her baby. There is a place in California called Blue Lake that is one of our favorite camping spots. My wife and I in this picture are cabin camping. This is what our truck looked like in the 90's. Since then we have used LMC to upgrade a lot our truck parts. Now here is also a picture of how is looks now.
I bought my 1994 Ford F150 XLT about a year ago. I always loved the older Fords and when I saw her for sale I could not resist. I was the luckiest 17 year old kid around. I had my dream car as my first car. One night my girlfriend, of two years this May, told me to grab a bunch of blankets and drive somewhere we can watch the stars and listen to country music. This started our "pick-up truck dates". As I leave this September for the United States Marine Corps boot camp my girlfriend told me that our "pick-up truck dates" were going to be the thing she is going to miss most. That is my truck story.