You are looking at a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer CST in the highly desirable medium blue color.
The CST is the highest trim level for the Blazer and this one has the CST package as well as many other highly sought after options. The SPID inside the glove box is in tact and states the K5's factory installed options.Those options are medium blue color, Cheyenne trim package, 350ci V8 engine, automatic transmission, bucket seats with consol, power steering, instrument cluster gauge package, single wall removable top with two dome lamps, factory tinted glass and air conditioning. The K5 also has power disc brakes and a GM factory tilt steering column!
The K5 runs and drives great! Fires right up with the key, runs strong, steers and brakes like it should. The original A/C works like it should. I would not hesitate to hop in this truck and drive it anywhere!
The K5 is rust free. Restoration was just completed with new paint, trim and upholstery. It is rare that a K5 CST is available for purchase especially highly optioned and in a great color! Don't miss this opportunity. If you are looking for a highly optioned K5 Blazer CST, you have found it!
For more info or pictures email me CoClassics@gmail.com
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