This is a nice 1988 Chevy K5 Blazer with low miles. It is white with red interior-bucket seat with center console. It has a factory rear bench seat. It has the original 5.7 Liter 350 cubic inch fuel injected engine with automatic overdrive transmission and floor shift 4X4.
It is equipped with power window-power door lock (keyless entry added)-power steering-power brakes-Factor Air Conditioning-cruise control. Some of the added extras are high jacker suspension lift- 33 inch tires and aluminum rims-dual exhaust from the catalytic converter-aftermarket radio. There is very little rust on the blazer-a small spot under the battery tray and some surface rust on tailgate. Some of the repairs that have been done are-new water pump-radiator-hoses and belts-all fluids replace with synthetic lubricants-new A/C compressor with lines and dryer. Starts Runs and drives great. Transmission shifts as designed. A/C blows cold.
The only problems noted is the clear coat is coming off the top of the right front fender-there is a tear in the sheet metal where the window comes out of the tail gate-there are stone chips on the grill-the carpet is faded.
This is a great vehicle for the price. email me with any questions or if you need more pictures.
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