You'd expect to pay handsomely for a 1977 Chevrolet K5 Blazer that
keeps all the right vintage elements, while also having solid
investments in the paint, V8 power, and interior. But this
affordable price is for real, and the condition of this 4x4 is even
better than the pictures can show.
There are a lot less of these round headlight K5s running around these days. So, the classic Chevy front end really gives this one extra distinction. Of course, what's really grabbing everyone's attention is the paint. The Cordova Brown was part of the investment in a quality modern application that has high gloss and shine. It also helps to highlight the beefy design of the K5 Blazer. And because you can see the flat sheetmetal and its creased lines so well, it's a sign of a life well lived. The same goes for the great-looking white top and crystal-clear glass. Plus, the chrome bumpers have a mirror-like quality, and that's repeated on the upgraded 15-inch wheels. So while this is a tough 4x4, it's also one terrific-looking total package.
The tan interior looks both comfortable and premium. And since the color looks great against the brown exterior, you'll love taking off the removable hardtop and enjoying the K5 to its fullest. But more than just a cool convertible SUV, this is a great driving machine. You have cushy bucket seats up front. And it's long-haul comfortable with fold-down armrests, cup holder center console, and cruise control. The stereo has even been upgraded to a modern AM/FM/CD/DVD touchscreen unit that has modern Bluetooth. And you can tell plenty of attention has been paid to this Blazer just by the way the much of interior trim looks and feels new.
Under the hood is Chevy's famous 350 cubic-inch V8. It looks clean and fresh because this crate motor is younger than the vehicle. Plus, it inhales deeply though a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as the headers add power with contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. This extra power is great in a go-anywhere 4x4 that has a tall stance and two-speed transfer case for the best off-road performance. But a good Blazer like this has the right features to tackle the street or trail. That's why it has great anytime driving features like the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As with a full-sized spare.
Complete with receipts, this vehicle looks sharp and feels sharp on the road. It has been given all the right investments to be your new cherished classic off-road machine. But you're not the only one who recognizes a good deal, so don't miss out. Call today!!!
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