800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1980 Chevrolet Blazer K5 4x4 has that cool/classic look you love, an A/C interior, and some well-placed upgrades. So to get this legendary convertible SUV for such a great price is just the cherry on top.
These full-size K5 Blazers have well-creased lines that look especially rugged on these short wheelbase SUVs. The silver paint radiates nicely, and so you look good at stoplights. But it's also not the kind of finish that you'll be afraid to take off-road. After all, that's what a proper 4x4 fun is all about, right? There are more nice upgrades, like how the intimidation factor is raised with the cowl hood and black side mirrors that coordinate with the black hardtop. There's even some nice polish everywhere from the bumpers to the upgraded 16-inch ION alloys. And because you want plenty of function in a Blazer like this, it also has a bit of extra height in its stance and there's a proper trailer hitch on the rear.
Inside is a tasteful mixture of gray and black. There's dual bucket seats up front with a cup holder center console in-between, and the rear has adult-size legroom while still leaving space behind it for everyone's cargo. We love this generation of Chevy trucks and SUVs, because the dash just seems to wraparound you. And the tilt steering column really upgrades the feeling of personal space. So it's an easy reach to features like the factory-style AM/FM radio and the cold-blowing air conditioning. That last feature is particularly handy, because it keeps you cool even when you decide to take off the rear hardtop and enjoy this Blazer as a convertible.
Under the hood is Chevy's hardy 305 cubic-inch V8. It has some upgraded polished components for flair, but what you'll really like is that it has also been upgraded with a Summit four-barrel carburetor and a Summit aluminum intake. The motor fires up nicely, like a confident machine. Of course, what also adds to that poise is the go-anywhere nature of a two-speed 4x4 transfer case. But this off-roader was also meant for in-town driving, too. That's why you have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
Complete with owner's manual, rarely do you find a K5 4x4 that's in your budget. And this one even has desirable features like working A/C. So you know this is a hot deal that will be moving quickly. Call now!
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