This was my grandmother's car that I acquired in 2008. She didn't really take care of it but it was garage kept, so it stayed away from any hard deterioration. I take care of it to the best of my ability, keeping it shiny and intact. I hit a deer in 2010 and paid $2,000 to have most of the front replaced by a local company that knew my family. She also had a factory defect involving the camshaft that caused her to break down twice, but that has since been resolved (to my knowledge). And as of May 2013, I have a freshly rebuilt transmission!
1974 CHEVY BLAZER 4X4 FULL CONVERTIBLE TOP .AUTOMATIC WITH A REBUILT 350 ENGINE WITH 25,000 MILES. THIS BLAZER ONLY HAD 2 OWNERS LAST OWNER WAS RESTORING AND DRIVING AT THE SAME TIME WENT THREW A VERY MILD RSTORATION WAS PRIMED, BLOCKED THEN PAINTED SATIN BLACK AND THE INTERIOR WAS REDONE ALL NEW. SHE RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT. . THE BODY ON THIS TRUCK IS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE, RUST FREE BONDO FREE HAS ALL ORIGINAL SHEET METAL. THE DOORS DON’T SAG OPEN AND CLOSE GREAT. TOP IS IN GREAT SHAPE WITH NO CRACKS OR BONDO. SHE HAS NEW TIRES AND RIMS ON HER THAT HAS LESS THEN 4K MILES ON THEM. THE LAST OWNER USE TO DRIVE THIS AS HIS DAILY DRIVER FACTORY A/C , THIS IS A CALIFORNIA TRUCK FROM DAY ONE AND NEVER LEFT THE STATE. THIS TRUCK IS 100 % RUST FREE ALL LIGHTS, SIGNALS, WIPERS WORK FINE. STARTS RIGHT UP AND PURRS.
3.5 L LX5 DOHC V6, automatic trans, 26 miles per gallon, slow to accelerate but swift when she gets going.
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Two-tone "Pewter" interior, traction control, power windows, etc. Used to have great speakers, but one blew out.
No factory options listed.
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