1996 Ford F250

Mark Nicastro's 1996 Ford F250

When I was 7 years old, my parents bought a brand new 1979 Ford F150 step-side truck. That was the day that I fell in love with it. This truck has been though a lot between a broken 4 wheel drive when it was brand new and never had it working for 10 years that it was driven, to pulling out tractors that were stuck in the mud, to burying it to its axles in mud pulling a trailer, hunting in the mountains and getting it stuck having to walk back home for the tractor to get it out, hitting 2 deer and mashing the front end and door, blowing up the engine, to setting in a field for 8 years before it was given to me, to having it stripped down to the bare bones and setting for the next 14 years in our yard rusting away before I was able to start restoring it to its former glory. When I started this project with my son it took us 4 years and many obsolete parts to finally get it where we could put it into car shows and taking it out for Friday night dates.

1979 Ford F150

Mark Christensen's 1979 Ford F150

When I was 7 years old, my parents bought a brand new 1979 Ford F150 step-side truck. That was the day that I fell in love with it. This truck has been though a lot between a broken 4 wheel drive when it was brand new and never had it working for 10 years that it was driven, to pulling out tractors that were stuck in the mud, to burying it to its axles in mud pulling a trailer, hunting in the mountains and getting it stuck having to walk back home for the tractor to get it out, hitting 2 deer and mashing the front end and door, blowing up the engine, to setting in a field for 8 years before it was given to me, to having it stripped down to the bare bones and setting for the next 14 years in our yard rusting away before I was able to start restoring it to its former glory. When I started this project with my son it took us 4 years and many obsolete parts to finally get it where we could put it into car shows and taking it out for Friday night dates.

1974 Ford F250

AJ Carpenter's 1974 Ford F250

I bought this 1974 Ford F250 on my 15th birthday. I had been searching craigslist for a classic like this for years. They don't make them like this anymore! I saved up money and bought it myself. At the time, it had no brakes or power steering and I had help from someone who owned a dolly to tow it back to my house. My dad was on a business trip and I couldn't wait so I fixed the drum brakes myself. I have had if for around 6 months now and it is drivable and a very reliable truck. Just trying to learn to drive a beast with a 460 and fixing one problem at a time. My next project is the exhaust and LMC Truck parts will help me with that. 

1988 & 1990 Chevy Silverado & 454ss

Check Raines' 1988 & 1990 Chevy Silverado & 454ss

These are our trucks. The black one is a 1990 454ss and the gray one is a 1988 Silverado. The ‘88 has been totaled out twice since I got it. It was my dad’s before he passed away. I've got a 400 plus hp 350 in it hooked to a 350 turbo trans with 2800 stall torq converter. The ‘90 has a 7.4l 454 hooked Tia 400 turbo transmission both have 373 gears. They both preform very well. I've done a lot of work on them and still have a lot more to do. Also pictured is my wife Bonnie and my granddaughter Addy in her rat rod wagon. A lot of my parts came from LMC and I couldn't be happier with the quality and service they provide. Thanks and I hope you like the trucks. .( and wagon )

1978 Chevy Cheyenne

Leah Keeney's 1978 Chevy Cheyenne

My father passed away 5 years ago and left me his nice 1978 Chevy Cheyenne Shortwide. I am going to start tearing it down and restoring it soon. It is already a fairly nice truck, but needs attention a new paint. The square body trucks have been our passion since I was very young, and we have had quite a few in the family over the past 40 years.

1995 Ford F350

Caleb Simmons' 1995 Ford F350

I bought this truck about 3 years ago and it was already lifted with a 6in suspension lift it but needed some work. Since I’ve had the truck I had the motor rebuilt, a new paint job and I upped the tire size to 38.5in boggers. Thanks to LMC Truck for the all other parts needed to make my truck complete.

1990 Chevy S10

Nicholas Antoni's 1990 Chevy S10

I got the truck for $400 from my mom’s boyfriend when I was 16 in 2008. With grass growing around it, it was three shades of blue and an air tank for a bumper. It hadn't been running in two years but it was my first car so I loved it. After $300 in parts I got it running and registered. Ever since that day I have been throwing money at it with new parts. It’s closer now than ever to where I want it thanks a lot to LMC. I have the original window sticker from the dealer in 1989. This truck started its life in Hawaii, and I have driven it to California and back a dozen times. Most notably to Texas from Washington when I was 18. The transmission loosened up in Utah and broke two ears off the bell housing but it still made it the rest of the way. The 4.3L has always had enough power to do way more than I should have ever done with it.

1978 Chevy C10

Shelby Bumgarner's 1978 Chevy C10

My grandpa ordered this 1978 truck brand new in 1977. It was his daily driver until the late 80s. He then parked it in an old barn at his farm since he purchased a new truck but wanted to hold on to this. Once I became old enough I fell in love with it and begged him all the time to pull it out and get it going again. He never would. In the early 2000's the barn began falling in around the truck so he drug it out with his tractor and was going to sell it to his neighbor who wanted to scrap it. I begged him for it and he gave it to me. It was a heavy half ton with a 305 and 3 on the tree. I spent a year getting it running and what I thought was road worthy. I finally got it going and decided to drive it to work one day. It was about a 30 minute drive to work so I left a little early so I could take my time on its first time on the road in 20+ years. I made it a mile from work and my float stuck on my carb causing it to overflow gas out of the carb. I could smell it strong and tried to hurry the last mile. The fuel ran back to a cracked spark plug wire and in the blink of an eye my truck was rolling flames 10 feet in the air. It took two fire trucks to put out the blaze and ended up burning everything from the cab forward. I winched it on a trailer and took the charred truck back home and parked it in my field. My parents begged me to haul it off but I still saw potential in it. My dad told me every day how much he hated it sitting and if I wouldn't get rid of it then he was going to. I saved up my money and bought a vortec engine for it and a new tranny from a freshly totaled truck. I tore it down and decided to build it into a 383 stroker. I then found a donor truck from an old lady whose husband passed away and I used the front clip, interior and all of the wiring harness to rebuild my truck. Got the truck running and driving again and back in order. Then repainted the truck flat black. Came back and sprayed red over the black paint so I could sand it down in areas and give it the old rat rod look. I then found a 2012 silverado that was wrecked and used the rear end and front end parts to convert my old worn out axle and such over to disc brakes all the way around and have the handling of a newer truck. I'm still in the process of finishing up the outside and interior but it's able to have on the road and very trust worthy. My grandparents owned a small town store in Huntsville, Arkansas where the truck was purchased from Whorton Chevrolet until my grandma passed away. I am taking their old store sign and having it hand painted onto the doors of my truck and having my grandpa's name painted in small letters on the driver door and my grandma's name on the passenger door in memory of her. My grandpa is patiently waiting for the day I get it finished. I want to take it to a friend's and have the logos painted and finish it there and then surprise him with the finished product. I am just new door panels, dash, and seat away from having the interior finished and the exterior needs the logos and then clear coated. I can't wait to show him my hard work I have put into this since 2010 when it burnt. Thank you LMC for carrying this rare hard to find parts for our trucks so we can keep them on the road! 

1985-1987 Chevy Scottsdales

Connor Powers, Bryan Powers, Marty Isabell and Curtis Shelton's

Chevy Scottsdales

Just a group of small town men with an addiction to square body trucks. Without LMC Truck these builds wouldn't be possible. My name is Connor Powers; My dad Bryan Powers and his friends Marty Isabell and Curtis Shelton have owned these trucks for several years. They have put many dollars and hours into their builds. Some of these trucks ranging from Curtis's stock 350 one ton, to Marty’s rebuilt custom big block 454 to my dad Bryan doing a 12 Valve Cummins motor swap in our "Fishing Wagon". 

1998 GMC Sierra K1500

Chris McAlister's 1998 GMC K1500

I bought this truck and nothing had been done to it. First I replaced all the headlights, taillights and marker lights. I replaced the mirrors. I put new Yokohama tires and ultra-motorsport wheels on my truck. I then added window visors and bug shield. I had a bullhide spray on bed liner done. I went over the rails to eliminate the need for caps on the bed rails. I put a zone offroad 2" suspension lift on it. The only thing left that I want to do is add nerf bars.

1950 Ford F1

Ken Weaver's 1950 Ford F1

For year I had been looking for a 1948 to 1950 Ford F1 that I could afford and two years ago I found it. The truck was setting out in the woods for 15 years so you can imagine the condition. "Rust rust and more rust". It took me 2 years to get it to this point and it has been fun. Looking forward to doing another truck sometime. I did all the work in my small garage with all hand tools and a small welding and the help from LMC!!!!! Thanks!!!!

1972 Chevy K20

Ethan Hyyska's 1972 Chevy K20

The date is December 21st, 2015. I am 15 years old on Facebook searching through the mountains of for sale pages in a part of when suddenly I come across my truck. At the time the pictures were dark that the original owner had posted, they didn't show much of the truck but I knew that was the vehicle I wanted for my first truck. By the time the owner called me back it's almost midnight but that's okay because my dad was just as happy about this as I was. We loaded up in his car and went to check out this truck. There was an unbelievable amount of rust just about everywhere. My dad joked that I was buying a little bit of truck with my rust but I didn't care I knew this would be mine. Once we hauled the truck home my grandpa got a look at the project we had ahead of us and said alright. This began the journey of how a 15 year old boy learned his vehicle from the inside out. We soon realized just how much work we had ahead of us when nothing seemed to be untouched by the rust. After many months of work and grinding and welding we finally were ready to put everything together for paint. A year had gone by and we finally were applying paint and finishing up. Now I have my dream truck thanks to LMC trucks catalogs where I got the majority of my parts!

1996 Ford F350

Justin Fisher's 1996 Ford F350

I inherited this truck from my grandfather who passed almost a year ago. He bought this truck for hauling campers. He was always a Ford guy and the truck is a centurion edition. The truck was kept completely stock until I put an 8inch exhaust tip on it but other than that its 100% stock.

1986 GMC K20

William Thompson's 1986 GMC K20

I bought my truck a few months ago off of a guy who needed more space in his garage. It's a 1986 GMC K20 with a 350. It also has a 6in lift with 37’s. It's a diamond in the rough and I plan on fully restoring it.

1997 Chevy K20

Geordi Bowling's 1997 Chevy K20

My 1977 Chevy K20. I have included before and after pictures. It now has a 4 inch rough country lift and brand new 35" inch tires. 

1996 Chevy K1500

Kyle Lambert's 1996 Chevy K1500

I got Shelby almost three years ago now and have been working on restoring her ever since. It's a never ending battle but I can't say I don't love it.

1978 Ford F100

Genaro Mercado's 1978 Ford F100

My name is Genaro Mercado and I'm 52 years old from a town called Brownsville, TX which is border to Mexico. My father was a classic truck enthusiast and loved driving Ford trucks. I grew up with the idea of one day buying one. I told my nephew Carlos one day who found me a F100 1978 Ranger short truck that he had delivered to me from the state of Virginia. He bought me the truck and started to help me fully restore the truck as I ordered all the truck parts from LMC for the past 16 months. Coincidentally the truck was fully restored just in time to be entered into a classic car show. It was my truck's first car show and it won first place. I was elated! It was such an emotional and exciting moment for me! I had always joked with my friends that when it was finished my truck would be award-winning. I am very grateful to my nephew Carlos Mercado for all of the help he has given me to fulfill the dream of me and my late father. I also would like to thank the employees at LMC for supporting my dreams and understanding my vision. I feel so proud to have a pickup like mine! 

1968 Ford F100

Caden Pratt's 1968 Ford F100

My grandpa bought the truck in the summer of 1968 brand new and used it as a ranch truck. Later in 1980 my grandpa brought my newborn dad home is this truck! He then parked the truck under a barn in 1990 and it set for 20 years! Then I pulled the truck out of the barn in 2010 and 4 years later I finally restored it fully and was able to take my senior pictures with my grandmother before she passed away! Me and my grandpa still enjoy doing car shows! This truck means the world to me because it helped build my family and now it's mine and good as new 

1987 Chevy V10

Joe Sweat's 1987 Chevy V10

I picked up the truck on a trade for a K5 blazer. Turned out to be the best trade I ever made. It had a little rust on right front fender but I found some nice donor fenders and ordered new inner fenders from LMC. Also ordered all new exterior moldings, door panels, grill kits and lights along with new flooring. The products and customer service is top notch at LMC. Had everything I needed in stock and shipping was free on orders over $1,000. Also replaced front and rear windows with all new rubbers throughout. Thanks LMC for providing great service and products. 

1985 Dodge D100

Wyatt Farmer's 1985 Dodge D100

This truck was bought by my great uncle in 1985. It has been in the family since.