1972 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer

1972 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer 4X4 V8 (SOLD)

by | Oct 18, 2015 | Car Sales

1972 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer 4X4 V8

1972 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer 4X4 V8

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before bidding Please (No – RESERVE AUCTION )

Truck will go to Highest Bidder !




Extremely Hard To Find Dry Climate Vehicle

“This is what your looking for Turn Key”!

Realistically a 1 Week Project and

New Rims & Tires and you will have a


k5 Blazer

Personally I have- NOT

Seen A (K-5) This clean in a long time !

See pictures

Very complete car Great candidate for a restoration

Rock solid – No flake door skins good – rockers good – underside & floors great

underside hood clean , Factory markings still on firewall

rebuilt carb – fresh tuneup

Truck in Colorado as stated Title in Hand

Pictures show truck Very Clearly No surprises

Call with questions 239-281-6754

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Once you win the auction, you will be expected to complete the deal as per our terms, without hesitations or excuses.
Please do YOUR part before you buy….unanswered questions are no ones fault but your OWN.
We will be more than happy to do our very best to answer any questions or concerns
no matter how minor you may think they are.
Just call or email us before bidding,if you have any Questions
once payment is received – cleared my bank with in 3 days after auction
Pay pal – deposit first – balance by bank wire , or certified funds only
arrangements will be as follows
pick up schedule with in 30 days and after 5pm week days
or on the weekends between 9 am – 9pm
we are willing to work with you but need a 2 day notice before pick up
check my feed back – perfect seller –

Buyer pays and arranges all shipping/pick ups….
we will assist and help however we can with your arrangements.
we have a few shippers that are very reliable as well as reasonable
Listed locally reserve to end auction at any time

Fun Facts

The Blazer was once designed and marketed to compete with worldwide Harvester Scout and the Ford Bronco. Both of those had been in the beginning aimed on the brief Jeep CJ series, that have been so much smaller than other vans. The great innovation of the Blazer was once to with ease offer a shortened pickup truck, which both increased inside space, and lowered the rate of creation with a shared platform. The Blazer rapidly grew to be standard. For the first time, it married the off-road capabilities of the Scout with the “luxurious” facets like air con and automated transmissions normally on hand on pickup trucks. Via 1970, the Blazer was once already outselling each of its older rivals. Ford, avert, and even Jeep would counter with equivalent shortened pickups, with the stay clear of Ramcharger and Jeep Cherokee. It additionally got here as a convertible.[3]

the 2-wheel pressure version got here with unbiased entrance suspension and rear trailing arms, each with coil springs. The 4-wheel force variant had an outstanding entrance axle and used leaf springs front and rear. Both types used drum brakes at all 4 corners unless 1971, when the complete GM mild truck line received usual front discs. A tachometer was once not obligatory.[4]

There used to be additionally a alternative between a 3-speed automated transmission turbo Hydromatic (TH350), a three-pace guide transmission, and a four-pace Synchromesh (SM465) manual transmission. Two switch circumstances had been provided: the Dana 20, available most effective with the guide transmissions, or the NP-205, to be had with both varieties of transmissions. The Blazer had 8 inches (200 mm) of floor clearance and an approach perspective of 35°.[1]


250 in³ (four.1 L) I6 (1969–1984)
292 in³ (four.Eight L) I6 (1970–1971)
307 in³ (5.Zero L) V8 (1969–1973)
350 in³ (5.7 L) V8 (1969–1991)
switch cases:

NP-205 – gear driven part-time 4 wheel drive
Dana 20 – gear pushed section-time 4-wheel power
creation Totals:

1969 – four,935

1970 – eleven,527

1971 – 17,220

1972 – 44,266


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All RDS body shipments are via ABF Trucking volume rates business-to-business with forklift or loading dock capability. NO RESIDENTIAL OR NON-COMMERCIAL ADDRESS DELIVERIES! All shipments originate in Sanford, FL 32773. No extra crating fees will be charged. Factory pick-up is available at no additional charge.

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