With over ten years of production, the '88-'98 Chevrolet C/K 1500 is one of the most popular choices for the foundation of a custom truck. However, since they've been out of production for more than ten years, there's bound to be some wear and tear that keeps your average daily driven truck from looking its best. We happened across a '97 C3500 Silverado that was in need of some cosmetic upkeep, so we called LMC Truck to not only restore its original glory, but to take things up a notch. With their online catalog up on our laptop, we used their exploded diagrams to sort through the parts available and had no trouble tracking down the pieces we needed. With just about everything but the cabs available, you could practically build a truck just from the LMC catalog. Check out how a few minutes of wrenching can give your Chevy a fresh new façade and breathe life back into your daily driver.

FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
This front end makeover was well worth the time and expense. Each piece fit like it was supposed to and left the truck looking even better than it did when it rolled off the assembly line.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Time Spent Working: 2 Hours
Degree Of Difficulty: Easy; Bolt-Off, Bolt-On

Tools Needed:
Metric sockets and 3/8 ratchet, screwdrivers

Parts Used:
LMC Truck smooth chrome bumper #39-5202 $139.95
LMC Truck grille #39-4068 $199.95
LMC Truck headlight #37-4404 $99.95
LMC Truck headlight #37-4405 $99.95
LMC Truck clear marker parking light kit #36-4523 $59.95

TOTAL COST: $599.75
(all prices from lmctruck.com)

SOURCE
Eightball Rods And Choppers
1055 Ortega Way #D
Placentia
CA  92807
714-630-8188
www.eightballrodsandchoppers.com
LMC Truck
15450 W. 108th Street
Lenexa
KS  66219
800-562-8782
http://www.lmctruck.com