Ready, Aim, Name - LMC Truck 1972 Chevrolet K10 Naming Contest
Name this K10 and win $1000 from LMC Truck
LMC Truck has put together some truck builds in the past that have shown off their range of available parts and how easy it is to make dreams become reality. To showcase this ease, LMC Truck have then gone on to raise money for charity, and assisted with custom truck builds for celebrity clients. Now LMC wanted to build something for themselves. A 1972 Chevy K10 was the test mule for fitting new body panels as well as conducting R&D for other parts and had seen some use over the years. It was getting tired, long in the tooth, and more than a little neglected. It's a Texas truck, with lots of red dirt and a bullet hole shot from the inside exiting the passenger side in the rear corner of the cab. So LMC Truck decided to tear it down and build it back up to be a representation of the fine products that they offer.
LMC Trucks is teaming up with the hit show Chop, Cut, Rebuild on MavTV and Kultured Kustoms out of Gardener, Kansas, to take their tired old shop truck and build it into a rolling business card. All they need now is a name and they are opening up the naming process to the public. So click the link and enter your suggestion to help LMC Truck name their latest project, a 1972 K10, and you could win $1,000 gift card for truck parts and accessories! Hurry contest ends at noon on April 10, 2015! To find out more, visit lmctruck.com/NameTheK10
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