This vastly original 1972 Blazer spent its life in Oregon, coming to New York 16 years ago as a summer driver.
Originally equipped with some nice options: Medium olive paint, White top and parchment interior. 350 V8, Automatic Trans, Locking hubs, power steering and Air Conditioning. Push-button radio, and auxiliary Passenger seat (rear seat) options.
The original “TDR” Suffix 1972 350 is still in it and runs well with no smoke on startup. A/C system is complete but not functioning. Note the original steel upper radiator pipe.
The body has some rust but it’s the nicest one we have found in years of searching. Certainly solid where it counts! Many hours of metal work will be saved by starting with a solid vehicle like this one.
We could build this as a totally stock original truck, or as a “restomod” with any and all upgrades you can think of. We would love to see this in the original colors but with an LS3 V8, 6-speed automatic trans, Front coil-spring suspension and 17″ stock appearing wheels with hubcaps.
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