This 1977 K5 Cheyenne 4WD Blazer was purchased new in Tucson, Arizona and has since lived its entire life here. It is now a very rare and treasured Southwest (no rust!) fully restored vehicle. I am essentially the original owner, since I bought it in 1979 with only 5000 miles on it. It has never been in an accident and has always received top notch care. Engine and drive train are all original factory. 189,000 miles with only 5000 miles on the new engine and drive train. Engine: It has the hard to find 6.6L 400 cu. in. small block that has been bored 0.030, Dart Iron Eagle heads, COMP Cam Xtreme 4x4 Camshaft 12-235-2, roller tipped rockers, Holley Street Avenger 670 CFM carburetor on aluminum hi-rise manifold, headers and dual exhaust, 7 quart Moroso pan, high volume oil pump, high torque starter, and electric fuel pump. New HD radiator and clutch fan. Passes annual emissions test without adjusting carb or timing. AC: Complete new air-conditioning system installed this spring. Drive Train and Chassis: Transfer case and turbo 350 tranny are rebuilt with shift kit installed in transmission. New posi-track rear end. 3.73 gears. Warn lock-out hubs. 3 inch lift kit with BFG Mud Terrain 33-1250-R15 tires, tread like new. New (this year) Rancho RS5000 shocks plus steering shock. Exterior: All body work done by one of the top classic car restoration shops in Tucson. All holes from removal of original body side trim are welded. Paint as can be seen in photos is almost mirror perfect. 7 in. Euro headlights. New parking lamp, side marker and rear tail light lenses and trim. Interior: New carpet and upholstery. Custom upholstery added to door panels, side panels, kick panels, and seat backs. New padded dash. All air vents, door handles and window cranks and other trim are new. All rubber seals on doors and windows are new. Door hinges and striker bolts are new. Fiber glass top has been restored and inside is painted. Sound system is Pioneer DEH-P6400 with Kenwood KFC-6982ie speakers. I have the original option list plate and owner’s manual, plus 1977 factory service manual and wiring diagram manual set, two original color sales brochures, and most of the restoration receipts. Restoration photos are also available. Asking $18,000. Don’t miss out on this one! 1977 Blazers in this condition are extremely difficult to find. I will respond immediately with any questions you have. Buyer to arrange for shipping if out of local area.