Chevrolet Blazer K5 1988 (Very Negotiable)

Al Ain, Abu Dhabi

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Al Ain, Abu Dhabi



Year 1988
Mileage 109000
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Chevrolet
Model Blazer

Blazer 1988

Title Status Clear
Exterior Color Blue
Interior Color Gray


Chevrolet Blazer K5 1988 original 350 V8 TBI

All proper offers are considered, give it a try I might accept

Expected mileage is 109k miles

1/2 tons differentials.

Rebuilt Transmission + Transfercase

Full new custom 2 fuse box wiring with heat resistant covers(7mm wires)

New MSD plug wires with coil heat shield

New Optima Battery

New Tuff Stuff 140 amp alternator

New ac delco fuel pump (Mu2139)

New vacuum lines

Rebuilt brake master cylinder

New brake shoes and pads make good stopping power

New wiper motor + blades and arms + reservoir

New rear leaf springs + Monroe shock absorbers

Some shaft modification done but Im not sure what

Paint job on the car is not a 15k high quality paint job, I see turning this car into a patina car would be the best choice as some body parts dont have matching colors

New 15inch rally wheels

New 2021 Yokohama 31x10.5 R15 all terrain tires

New carpet(could use a better carpet job)

Restored dashboard

New side panels in leather and carpet matching to the new carpet

Restored original seats

original seat belts

new gauge glass

new gauge LED lights(2 are missing)

Kenwood CD player

4 New speakers

New Passenger side vent window

new door and window weatherstripping

new taligate and front windshield weatherstripping

new door lock and ignition cylinder

new signal and cruise control lever


TPS sensor

IAC sensor

MAP sensor

EGR valve

EGR solenoid

Knock sensor

Oxygen sensor

For the current time engine blows grayish smoke sometimes, once I do an oil change the smoke goes away, oil becomes dirty real quick and sometime smells like gas, I still haven't rebuilt the throttle body yet and I think its the main reason for this issue, I tried checking the o2 sensor but its stuck for

some reason, only code thats shows up is code 45 indicating rich exhaust, I'll rebuild the tbi and see if the issue goes away. The car did not do any of this when I bought it, it was a properly running engine with no smoke whatsoever.

Things the car still need:

1- AC work(Does not blow cold air)

2- Partial brake work(Not really needed)

3- oil pan gasket(Might change it myself before selling)

4- Some interior parts(Dashboard bezel - headliner - maybe a better carpet - a color matched driver side handrest)

5- Doors sag after a while of use(Mostly driver door)

6- Some weatherstripping(Driver side vent window - hardtop - taligate window - rear windows)

7- 1 missing chrome wheel molding (All other ones are new)

8- Turn it into a patina blazer(Will look much better)

Things I am going to do

1- Install the seatbelts

2- change differential fluids and gaskets

3- Install AC vent duct (Driver vent)

4- Install Spare tire

5- Change or rebuild TBI(Maybe)

Story of the car:

The car was on auction on Autobidmaster and a local showroom imported it here into the UAE, they then sold it to a guy who restores blazers but he went out of the country during covid and the car sat there for almost 2 years, he was planning on restoring it but had no time as his work was in the way, many buyers came to buy it from him to sell as parts but no one bought it. I came, saw it, and bought the car on 31-07-2021 in a rusty condition, car was almost going to be parted out so I decided to save it, bought the car as my first ever classic car, there were holes in both passenger and driver floorpans and rusty fenders. Took the car to a bad garage, he did the rust repair, paint,

chasis protection coat, and "electrical work", most of the work done was not high quality work especially the electrical work which almost burned the whole vehicle down. Then decided to take it to a much better garage who only specialized in classics mainly squarebodies, he did a whole new wiring harness,

painted passenger rear fender, fixed rear suspension, and did a whole lot of other work, got the car back and was able to finally drive and for the past couple of months I took my time to enjoy working on the car doing some small work day by day. Brought the car from rusty parts car to a drivable road worthy car,

yes it took alot of money and time and frustration but I see it as an achievement especially that this is my first ever car to restore. in total the car costed me around 24.5K usd in repairs only, Hopefully I can get back some of the money I paid for this car so I can move on to the next restoration project with much more

experience than my first time.

Note: If you have an offer, give it a try I might accept. If you have someone here in the UAE that can buy the car for you I can help out.


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