1972 Chevy K5 Blazer CST
The 1969-1972 generation of Chevrolet Blazers are some of the most sought after classic American vehicles today due to their striking appearance and their relatively low production numbers. Due to the Blazers utilitarian nature, many examples have been worn or rusted out, and it can be difficult to find one in as nice of shape as this one.
This particular Chevy Blazer CST spent its whole life in Washington state and underwent a comprehensive restoration about 6 months ago to bring it back to a beautiful stock condition. The vehicle was a perfect candidate for this process as this vehicle features of a rust free body that retains all original sheetmetal. This Blazer experienced a complete repaint to a high level of its beautiful gold color scheme. In addition, all exterior chrome, wood grain moldings, and weatherstripping have been replaced. Along with that, the white hardtop has also been restored with a durable white textured finish.
Moving to the inside, the interior has undergone a repaint, and its brown vinyl CST interior has been refurbished. Along with this, the interior features new metal trim, new carpets, and new rear side panels. You will also find an updated radio CD player. From the driver’s seat, the stock tow mirrors provide you with plenty of visibility to see what is behind you.
According to the previous owner, this Blazer’s 350ci V8 engine, 3-speed automatic transmission, and transfer case were al rebuilt during the restoration process, and this is reflected in the fact that this truck runs and drives great. The truck also sits on a stock height suspension and 33″ BF Goodrich KO2 all-terrain tires that are wrapped around its original rally wheels.
Overall, this vehicle is perfect for someone looking for a well-cared for Blazer that is in stock configuration that runs and drives very nicely.