Big block power, A/C interior, and a lifted 4x4 suspension that can
take you anywhere - this 1986 Chevrolet K5 Blazer has the style to
make an impression wherever it arrives, no matter if it's the car
show or the campsite.
The K5 Blazer just has a big and beefy presence, and that aggressive attitude is heightened even further with a modern shade of blue that makes you take notice. But the real attention-grabbers are the details. The full-length pinstripe highlights the straightness of the sheetmetal as it coordinates with the removable white hardtop. And this one is surely for the lovers of chrome. Upgraded factory items like the mirror-like bumpers and large trailer mirrors are joined by Bully steps, cool 90-degree dual exhaust tips, and large 20-inch Hostile off-road wheels to create a seriously bright presence. But just because this one look like it belongs on Main Street doesn't mean it has lost its functionality. The LED light bar on the front, tough 4x4 prowess, and full trailer hitch package means this custom Blazer is your first choice for everything from a country weekend to the boat ramp.
Inside are more custom features built for show and function. It starts with the seat covers that have a great bold blue presentation, and they are there to soak up the water and dirt so there's no waiting to hop in after a day's activities. You've got a great list of upgrades from the three-spoke sports steering wheel, to the cup holder center console that was painted to match the exterior, to the AM/FM/CD stereo with an aux input and a set of serious Kicker subwoofers. But the best feature that keeps these K5's always in demand is the removable hardtop that gives you the full open-air pickup experience. And since the air conditioning is blowing cold, you can do it all summer long!
When you lift the hood, you're going to love that this big engine bay is filled with big block power. So while the bright intake, air topper, and valve covers are nice for show, the 454 cubic-inch V8's best quality is the places it can take you. Topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor for even more power, this one can get you through the worst nature can bring. Plus, with the Rough Country lifted suspension, two-speed transfer case, and the aggressive tread on the expensive Lionhart LionClaw M/T tires, you've got a true go-anywhere 4x4. The again, with power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive, this Blazer is easy to live with in the urban jungle, too.
This is the toy with the power to tow the other toys. That kind of appeal is always in demand. So when you can get it on a standout K5 that's available right now for an affordable price, well then, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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