614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You can instantly tell there's plenty of custom work that went into this 1978 Chevrolet Blazer. With its well-coordinated color theme, aggressive details, custom A/C interior, and upgraded small block power, this is an all-around awesome build.
We love the first impression this one makes. The slick red immediately captures your attention, and as your eyes look down the crisp details of this Chevy's sheetmetal, you start to see the well-coordinated dark side. It starts with the hood where the classic SS-style stripes also form two raised cowls. Plus, there's the blackout grille, limo-grade window tint, black side mirrors, and the black 20-inch Ridler alloys. The removable hardtop especially adds to this dark attitude now that it's finished in rugged liner paint. And you still get a nice hint of brightness in places like the new headlights and the chrome bumpers. This is a well-done package, and that's because when you do a family project, you take extra time to get it right. It was a father and son in-law team, and the full restoration took over a year to complete. And since that was only a few years ago, the whole SUV continues to look stunning.
There's more great investments inside. The red and black return in spaces like the door panels, dash, carpeting, and center console. It's now joined by a tasteful gray on the cloth seat covers. And speaking of seats the driver's one is a great command position. You have a comfy high-back bucket, upgraded sports steering wheel, and a dash that forms around you. This has all the best comforts, like power locks/alarm, cup holders, and a touchscreen AM/FM/CD stereo with powered subwoofer and Bluetooth. We love these classic full-size Blazer for the ability to remove the full rear section and create a convertible truck. And thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, it's easy to enjoy this features even in the summertime.
Under the hood is the unmistakable look of proper Chevy V8 power. This hardy 350 cubic-inch small block has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It's easy to enjoy this Blazer thanks to factory-style features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front. Plus, the added investment in this one means upgrades like newer suspension components (including a new front sway bar) and the grip of wide modern tires. So this has extra confidence on the road.
This Blazer was restored to have extra power, extra comfort, and extra flair... So you need to hurry extra fast to catch this deal. Call today!!!
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