Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1987 Chevrolet Blazer K5 Silverado has the awesome looks of a custom and lifted 4x4. But while you're digging into all the unique details, don't forget to recognize how this has the best fundamentals covered with its fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, and comfy A/C interior.
The custom exterior is the product of a very unique vinyl wrap. The rear has the hint of the Texas flag, and the sides look like Godzilla tore into the General Lee. So it looks quite fitting and absolutely awesome on a go-anywhere 4x4 like this. And the wrap is far from the only custom piece. The brush guard helps you to forge a new path, and the added spotlights and LED headlights really light the way forward. There are nice details like upgraded taillights and tinted windows. Plus, the Carr side steps are quite handy with this lifted stance.
It's easy to get comfy inside with high-back bucket seats and large center console in-between. The rear seat even has plenty of room for adults. As a premium Silverado, you have nice factory features like power windows, power locks, and a tilt steering column. There are also worthwhile upgrades like a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo, upgraded speakers, blue interior accent lighting, and a CB radio. And the air conditioning is blowing nice and cold with modern R134a. That's particularly nice on a K5 Blazer, because it's always fun to take off the removable hard top rear and open this one up to the world.
The later versions of this generation Blazer mean you get to have Chevy's legendary 350 cubic-inch V8, but now with the added benefit of factory fuel injection. The motor fires up like a proper FI machine should, and it makes nice sound out of the upgraded dual exhaust. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case is great for off-road work, especially paired with the Rough Country shocks and General Grabber tires. There's even a newer transmission pan and body bushings. Power steering and power brakes w/discs up front are welcomed no matter if you're on the street or trail. Another great feature of these later gen models is a four-speed transmission with overdrive. And you can go further on the highway or deeper into nature thanks to the dual fuel tanks.
We have nearly $4,000 in receipts from this year documenting an investment in the fundamentals of this Blazer. So it's a custom 4x4 that has the right features for both fun and usefulness. That makes for an irresistible deal. Call today!!!
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