Chevrolet C/K Kentucky Low Rider
About my car
When I was little, I always told my dad I would have a lifted truck on big mud tires. Kentucky Low Rider didn't start his journey with me being as big as he is now. My dad and I bought another truck before this one when I was 13. I had to get rid of it and that put a giant hole in my heart. I told myself I'd get another one and make it perfect. I found Kentucky Low Rider at a dealership and I had been saving money up for about a year or so. He was listed at 7000. I wanted the truck but I knew it had some problems. I had to rush over there because another guy was wanting to buy it also and luckily I have a friend who works there that put a hold sign on it and took it around back so the guy couldn't find it. I drove it and knew it had to be mine. So I walked in and payed cash for it. No, I didn't pay 7k for this truck. I ended up at 4k flat out the door. This is where the fun starts to happen. I got all the problems fixed, and drove it about every day. I decided to lift it and put it on big mud tires like I had always dreamed. Then came the cowl hood, I gave the factory hood to one of my dad's friends who couldn't afford one. After that KLRs motor finally gave out. But that's ok, I had another one built bigger and stronger than ever. Then came the big Iron Cross winch bumper with a 12k winch in it. After that I took off all the body moldings and put fender flares on. It now has tinted windows. I still have tons of parts to go on it. Just no time to do it. But after all this, I still love my truck and would take it anywhere in the world.
- This car was made in 1997 and I've driven it since 2014
- The Chevrolet C/K (4th Gen) was in production from 1988 to 2000
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