614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1984 Chevrolet Blazer K5 is the comfortable classic 4x4 that has been given plenty of investments to maximize what you love about a vintage and capable SUV. So if you like extra V8 power, a cool A/C interior, and a ton of the best features, read on for all the details.
The beige and white two-tone has a nice look like a foggy desert morning. The premium Silverado trim provides a dividing line for the two colors. And it's especially nice to have the re-finished removable hardtop done in white to coordinate with this whole package. There are also nice extras, like the color-matched streak across the grille and a tasteful brown pinstripe. But in a vehicle like this, you also want capability with your classic looks. So it has been upgraded with a lifted suspension, Mickey Thompson beadlock-style wheels, Carr tubular side steps, and a proper trailer hitch on the rear.
Inside is a well-done package. For example, the exterior beige returns on the lower dash, and the exterior pinstripe was a preview for the dash pad color. The rest of the interior is done in a well-coordinated tan. This includes well-integrated upgrades, like the newer front bucket seats that offer terrific modern bolstering. There's a center console in-between. Not only does it have handy cup holders, but also the controls for the upgraded air horn. Another upgrade you're going to love is the AM/FM/CD stereo that includes a full upgraded speaker system. This K5 also is loaded with factory features, like power front windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, and factory air conditioning that's upgraded to R134a. So this is the ideal comfortable classic SUV to share with family and friends, especially because this has the room to carry them all and their gear.
Chevy's 350 cubic-inch V8 was already a hardy motor, but this one has now also been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. The 4x4 engages smoothly, and when combined with the two-speed transfer case, lifted stance, and Toyo Open Country tires, it proves the fun doesn't stop when the pavement ends. And power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive are the kind of things you'll appreciate even when you're just driving through town.
This one has the look and features you want in a K5 Blazer, so you know you need to get your hands on it right now. Call today!!!
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