This "Mary Jane" Blazer is a one-of-a-kind full custom roadster.
Featured on the cover of Truckin' magazine as well as in Hot Rod
Alley at the SEMA Show. Not one bolt went unturned on this
frame-off build. The stock chassis and suspension were replaced by
a full custom-built tube chassis. The front suspension includes
custom-built upper and lower control arms, Slam Specialties air
bags, Mustang II steering, QA1 shocks, CPP drop spindles and big
disc brake kit. The rear suspension is custom-built with 4-link
with airbags along with QA1 shocks and a Winters Performance rear
end. The AccuAir air management system allows Mary Jane to lay flat
on the ground over 24-inch one-off billet wheels. Under the hood is
a 5.3-liter LS fuel-injected engine backed by a 4L60 automatic
transmission. The engine has a COMP cam, Billet Specialties
streamline valve covers, Pro Products intake and all ARP fasteners.
Over 1,000 man-hours in metal fab and suspension alone. The
original front clip was changed out for the popular 1967-68 front
end to give it that slanted-nose look, and a cowl-induction hood
was added. The body has been shaved smooth of all stock moldings,
handles, mirrors, bumpers and lights. The bed rails have been
raised to match the door instead of cutting doors down, to give it
the ultimate roadster look. The windshield has been laid back and
flush-mounted. The interior flows right in from the outside. The
interior is highlighted with a custom-fit 1959 Chevy Impala dash
with a Dakota Digital VHX gauge system. The dash connects to the
center console and flows through to the custom-built rear seating
area with a JL Audio sound system.
1972 Chevrolet Blazer
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