Jerry Johnston & his '83 Ford

I was given this truck by a friend. It came disassembled completely. My original intent was to make it electric. It did not work. As you can see, it is now my Hot Rod toy. You can also see; it is a hard top convertible. Interior and paint are soon to come. I will send pictures when it is complete. Four years of funding this project with scratch-off winnings has got it running. Completion will probably take additional funding. I am getting restless about it. I want to drive it badly.

JD Wray & his '83 Chevy

JD Wray & his '83 Chevy

My dad bought this truck around 2005 in hopes of having a truck similar to the one he was very proud of when he was a kid, winning 1st place in the Theodosia Truck Show in a silver ‘83 Chevrolet. After he bought it he drove it for a while but soon became ill with M.S. and can no longer walk, which holds him back from driving a 4 speed truck. The truck sat in the shop for a few years and collected dust and trash.

Anthony Arotzarena & his '89 Chevy

Anthony Arotzarena & his '89 Chevy

This truck has been in my family since I can remember. My father used to drive my siblings and me to school when we lived In Palmdale, California. My family picked up and moved to Bedford, Ohio and the truck came with us. My brother owned the truck while he was in high school and decided he wanted to rip everything out of it and drop a V8 under the hood. After by brother figured he had enough fun with the S10 he made me a deal for the truck that had no drive train, was completely gutted and painted primer

Brian Walker & his '89 Chevy

Brian Walker & his '89 Chevy

My father bought the truck when I was only 9. I instantly fell in love with it, so when I was old enough to drive I started working on it. I bought a billet grille then lowered it 6 in the front and 6 in the rear. I got street scene mirrors, shaved back handle and roof rack, took the motor out and put 4.3 vortech out of a 93 blazer, threw on some headman shorty headers, chrome valve covers...

Shawn Carey & his '84 GMC

Shawn Carey & his '84 GMC

I bought the truck three years ago; it was flat black and pretty rough. I had the exact truck twenty years ago but had to sell it because we had four children and needed something everyone could fit into. It broke my heart selling that truck so when the moment arose that I could get another one we did. But as much as I loved getting it, do you know the feeling when you have something that everything about it starts bugging you because you want it the way you want it? 

Bryce Huddleston & his '04 Ford

I needed a truck that would be my daily driver but would also pull anything. I own my own farm and haul cattle all over but I also drive without a trailer. I got a 6 speed to help with my mpg.

Cara Miller & her '72 Ford

She is definitely my baby. I know I have a lot of work ahead of me but in the end she is still a beauty. I got this truck a year ago and I don't regret buying her. She has a 351 bored out 60 over with a granny 4. I go anywhere n everywhere in her n have never been let down.

Joe Little & his '68 Chevy

Family farm truck resurrected from south Alabama and my uncle gave it to me when I came home from the military for a visit. I restored it and took it back home to let him see it and he didn't think it was the same truck.

Marco Sandoval & his '60 Ford

I found this truck. It’s a back yard find with all broken glass and the motor was no good. It had a 223 and a 3 speed. I took it out and installed a 302 AOD trans. I’m still working on it. It needs paint but I love the patina on it. I work on it still and my daughter helps out.

Steven Rodriguez & his '96 Chevy

Steven Rodriguez & his '96 Chevy

Since I was a young boy I always admired the 90's body style of the Chevy Silverado’s. In 2002 my step dad bought a 1996 GMC Sierra. Although it wasn’t in the best condition, I loved that truck so much. I remember none of the rims matched or any of the tires either. The paint was chipping and faded. There was a bunch of tacky chrome pieces the previous owners had put on. It had twisted up front and rear chrome bumpers.

Ken Rue & his '71 Chevy

Ken Rue & his '71 Chevy

In 1979, we moved to Corrales, a small farming, horsey, vineyard village on the Rio Grande River just north of Albuquerque, New Mexico. A place where the country store, post office and restaurants still have hitching posts for your horse! We lived in an adobe house on two acres surrounded by apple trees. That's when I purchased the '71 Chevy truck. It was used as a farm truck and as my four daughters grew up and began leaving home, it was used as a moving van - many times!

Lane Palahniuk & his '90 Ford

I bought this truck at a dealer and the motor has been redone completely. I am a 16 year old kid who loves old trucks and decided to restore this truck with the money I made from being a flood tech in southern Alberta, I have a lot of money into this truck including a stereo worth about $4,500.

Alex Wray & his '94 Chevy

Alex Wray & his '94 Chevy

I bought the truck for $2700 and drove it for about a week. It then started knocking out of the air box which means a valve was stuck open. The next day I start taking the engine apart and ran into a bunch of other problems. It ended up having cracked heads, bad water pump, bad radiator, bad thermostat and bad a lift pump. I replaced the heads, water pump, radiator, lift pump, injectors, glow plugs...

Andrew Sergent & his '05 Dodge

The story on my truck is that it’s just your everyday gas suckin truck that you just gotta have no matter the mpg!

Gary Smith & his '70 Chevy

This is my ‘70 Chevy I have been working for about two years using almost all parts from LMC Truck. I am very proud of the way it turned out.

Jesus Torres & his '92 Chevy

Got this truck while back. Put new 350 engine in, new 50 series flowmaster, rebuilt the transmission and rear differential. Runs like a champ.