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69 70 71 72 Blazer 1972 K5

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Blazer
Year: 1972
Mileage: 6,400
VIN: CKE182F141272
Engine: 383
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Laurel, Montana, United States

1972 Chevrolet Blazer Additional Info:

I've decided to part ways with this 1972 Chevy Blazer. This truck was built to keep. Our interests have changed so it's time to let it go. It was rotisserie restored by myself and another guy. The body was soda blasted and all body and paint work was professionally done rite. The truck is straight and as nice as you'll find. All rust was properly fixed as well, The inside and underneath of the tub have been Rapor lined. So corrosion will never be an issue again. The body is painted ppg base clear in Hugger orange. It looks gorgeous. The engine is a 383 425 horse crate engine. Everything new. I have about 3" of receipts that go with the truck. Including the dyno sheet for the engine. The trans is a TH350 built to hold a lot more power than this engine will ever make. The transfercase setup is an OffRoad Designs Doubler setup. Its intended for extreme low range. If your just looking for a mall cruiser, you might as well go buy one as this truck is setup to be used in the mountains. The axles are the originals, fitted with ARB air lockers front and back, Yukon Chromoly axles, CTM joints, all new bearings, 3.73 gears, ball joints, tie rods, hubs, 4" springs all the way around, Bilstein shocks, driveshafts, all new. The tires are 35x12.50x17. There are 5 tires and wheels. The spare wheel is black steel. The headers, exhaust, body bushing are all new. No expense was spared.The wiring harness is all brand new front to back with a modern fuse box. All made by American Autowire.The original seats in the front have been completely rebuilt. The seat mounts are fabricated to be way stronger than the originals. The rifle mount seen in the pictures is bolted on. It can be removed if you'd like to ad a console in it's place.The back seat is a late model Tahoe seat with a nice fabricated mount. It's on a quick disconnect.The top is a very nice single wall top. It has been restored to look original. The paint is dull like it should be. It still needs lights installed and the hatch handle put back in. All seals throughout are new. The entire build has 6,400 miles on it. The truck is always garaged. It's been completed about 3 years now. The tach dash is mostly all new, steering column is a new Ididit tilt that replicates an original. The truck could use a new windshield due to a big chip thats gonna turn into a crack soon enough.The gas gauge works, fuel tank is new, bumpers, grille shell and insert are new, steel Goodmark cowl hood is new, radiator, on and on and on, all new or rebuilt.
Feel free to come see this truck in person, its nice, no disappointments. I've built and sold at least a dozen 69-72 Blazers. This build didn't focus on originality necessarily, it was made to look mostly original yet perform well off road. It's used to go exploring in the mountains and trails of Montana and Wyoming. Any questions or additional photos just ask. I can only seem to load 24 photos on here which isn't very many.This is a turn key truck, it doesn't need anything to be driven and enjoyed. If you'd like to ad carpet, AC, all that stuff, it's readily available and wouldn't take but a weekend to instal. Clean clear Montana title is in hand ready to go.Thanks