This 1969 Blazer K5 Resto-Mod is the product of over 1,000 hours
invested in a complete frame-off build. The solid body retains
nearly all of its original sheet metal, which was completely
stripped from top to bottom. The underside was epoxy-primed and
coated with U-Pol Raptor protective coating for chip and sound
control. Dynamat insulation on the floor and firewall provides
additional sound control. All metal was epoxy-primed and finished
with BASF urethane paint. The frame, radiator support, inner
fenders and axles are powder-coated. This Blazer is powered by the
original rebuilt 350ci 8-cylinder engine, automatic transmission
and original NP205 transfer case. It also has all-new bearings,
seals, axles, brakes and BFGoodrich tires. The interior includes
all-new upholstery with high-back reclining seats, carpet and
weatherstripping, and factory gauges in the dash. This K5 has
approximately 100 miles since its completion in 2019.
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