Part Three: Final Trim
Now that the doors were solid, it was time for some visual stuff like the turn signals and bumper. Again, LMC has options for you. You can get a stock replacement chrome or paintable bumper with an impact strip, or you can get a smooth one like I did. I don't care for the look of the impact strip, so the shaved version LMC makes is perfect.
1. The thing that sucks about the S-10's design is you have to pull the entire grille and
2. After the new bumper was on and the new turn signals in, I reinstalled the rest of the
The Final Word
A good paintjob will look even better if you complement it with new restoration parts. All the stuff I got from LMC fit like a glove and was well worth the money. The real kicker came the first time I drove the truck with the new parts in place-it was rattle and squeak free! Make sure to come back next month and see what's going on with this S-10.