614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1978 Chevrolet Blazer K5 is fresh off a full restoration that made big investments in the awesome two-tone paint, loaded A/C interior, suspension, overdrive transmission, and crate small block. It makes for the kind of sharp-looking retro-cool ride that is absolutely irresistible.
The medium blue and white two-tone has a nice look of the sky on your perfect spring day. That just seems right for a classic SUV that can remove the hardtop and be open to the world. In fact, since there are under 200 miles on this one since its restoration, the hint of metallic in the fresh and smooth blue has an especially radiant look in the sunshine. So this one really knows how to maximize its style when you let it out of the garage. The work on this Blazer was quite thorough, and so you have nice classic pieces, like shining chrome bumpers, premium Silverado trim w/hood ornament, and a later Chevy grille with a color-matched streak across the middle. But this is more than just pure vintage. The LED headlights, LED tail lights, and 22-inch US Mags alloys offer the right hint of modern to let everyone know you have a restored and updated classic.
The interior is a beautiful full sea of blue. We love details, like the pattern of the cloth upholstery and dual-spoke steering wheel that make this look like a stock truck. But as you get inside, you can really tell the level of freshness that comes from a full restoration that was only completed in 2021. The carpet, door panels, headliner, dash, weather-stripping, and all the fundamentals feel like they want to turn back the clock and make this feel like you bought this at the Chevy dealer yesterday. And because this is a loaded Silverado trim, you have the best features like power front windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, and a cup holder center console. Even the upgrades are done to be very well integrated. The stereo is a retro-style unit, and the air condoning is now a Vintage Air system.
The engine bay is just as fresh as the rest of this build. You have a new 350 cubic-inch crate V8 featuring a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and a dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. It also has good supporting components like dual electric fans and a serpentine belt system. As you look underneath, you\'ll see the difference a full restoration gives you when they take the work down to the frame. And this freshness means a confident feeling on the road. Add in power steering, power brakes, front discs, grippy sport tires, and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, and this makes for a terrific classic to enjoy on trips near or far.
The sale comes complete with build receipts documenting well over $20k invested in delivering such a clean, fresh, and fun classic SUV. So if you\'re looking for a Blazer you can really enjoy on day one, call today!
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