Last month we showed you the first steps needed to transform a ’99-’06 GM truck into a late-model ’07-and-newer Sierra by purchasing the necessary parts from LMC Truck. We left off with the old and new fenders welded together seamlessly and fitting like a glove, however the rest of the front end wasn’t assembled. This month, the hood, grille shell, headlights, bumper, and wiper cowl get dialed in and ready for the paint booth. To recap, we took a perfectly good former cover truck, ordered a whole new front end clip from LMC Truck, and delivered the truck and parts to Lucky Luciano Custom Paint in Phoenix, for a fresh makeover. If your last-gen GM truck needs a new look, a front end swap is a great way to revitalize your daily driver or show truck.