This 1974 Blazer K5 4X4 has been restored with a frame off rotisserie complete quality restoration. As you can see in the pictures the body is solid. All rubber body bushings are new. The frame has been disassembled and sand blasted, with all new rubber components throughout including the front-end assembly. The front and rear shocks are quality gas units. All drive shaft components are new. The front and rear differentials are in excellent condition. Brake components, front and rear are new.
The engine is a low mileage, 1998 Vortec 350 cu. in. with a 4L60E overdrive automatic transmission, both GM computer controlled.
The body components are all solid and rust free. The tailgate has an electric window motor that was available on newer models. This Blazer comes with a quality soft top and two fiberglass hardtops (one white and one black). The interior is new with 2010 Chevy Colorado seats, front and rear. The speedometer is an electronic (VDO unit). All glass is tinted. The body is very straight with a high quality paint, code 514 factory Crimson Red. Bumpers, grill, and all trim is new. The dual exhaust system is new. This Blazer is very solid and drives better than new. Fuel mileage is exceptional. Wheels are factory GM aluminum rally's with new BF Goodrich tires. Equipment includes factory cold AC, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering, and factory Delco AM/FM CB stereo. This vehicle has less than 1,000 miles since restoration.
Delivery of the vehicle can be arranged. A CD of all photos of the restoration process can be provided to buyer of the vehicle. If you have questions or want to schedule a time to view the Blazer call Wayne at 417-830-4522.
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