FULLY RESTORED K5 CHEYENNE, 350 V8, AUTO, 4X4, FLOWMASTERS, LIFT, PS, PWR DISC!

Price: US $26,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Blazer
  • SubModel: K5 Cheyenne
  • Type: SUV
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 42,091
  • Color: Tan
  • Engine size: 350 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: CD player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1977 Chevrolet Blazer K5 Cheyenne

Jeep invented the personal 4x4, Ford made it popular, and trucks like this 1977 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Cheyenne Trailer Special, perfected the breed. Blending just the right amounts of go-anywhere truck durability with creature comforts and practicality, the Blazer was a mainstay of popular automotive culture for decades, and few are better suited to that legacy than this nicely restored 4x4.The two-tone tan and white recent paint job replicates the factory color and looks fantastic on the Blazer's squared-off body lines. There's plenty of Chevy pickup truck DNA in there, but who can argue with the result when it looks this good? The proportions are ideal for a big yet personal SUV, and with the removable white hardtop, it's fairly easy to transform it into a fun-in-the-sun machine for a day at the beach. The idea of having fun in this truck was clearly the driving force behind the freshening, since it isn't trailer queen perfect, but rather a nice blend of restored and original components that ensure you won't think twice about climbing behind the wheel and putting it to use. It fits together quite well, the doors close easily, and that custom cowl induction hood with the racing stripes doesn't need a massive slam, and there's no evidence that it has ever been wrecked or abused. The simple chrome grille and front bumper, a few modest badges, and a shiny rear bumper add just enough sparkle to make this truck feel at home anywhere it goes.Twin bucket seats with new seat covers, fresh tan carpets, and nicely finished door panels anchor a stylish and functional interior. There's a fresh cover on the rear bench, too, making this a comfortable 5-passenger vehicle that'll truly go almost anywhere. By 1977, the Blazer was getting more luxurious, and it feels great to settle behind the big 4-spoke wheel for a long cruise or a crawl down your favorite trail. The AM/FM/CD stereo radio is better than the original setup so your music can come with you. Open the tailgate (or roll down the back window!) and even with the back seat in place there's still plenty of cargo space for just about anything you'll need and the rear seat is easily removed for the same sized bed as a short-bed pickup.The 350 cubic inch V8 was rebuilt in 2011 and is the perfect companion if you're going somewhere remote. With a Holley Street Avenger 4-barrel carburetor, a .060 overbore, flat-top pistons, a mild cam, and "double hump" heads with roller rockers, it's definitely bringing the horsepower. Add in a few chrome dress-up parts, it might look more at home in a Camaro, but it works just fine in this big 4x4 as well. It runs superbly, starting easily and idling with a muscular rumble from the long-tube headers and custom Flowmaster exhaust system. It's backed by a TH350 3-speed manual plus a 2-speed transfer case that feeds power to rebuilt axles at both ends. With a slight lift, it'll climb over big obstacles and upgraded shocks keep it from being too rough a ride. Factory Rally wheels have been custom painted to match the bodywork and carry 33x12.50-15 Cooper radials that complete the go-anywhere look.Big Blazers are big fun, and with this lifetime Georgia truck that's ready to hit the trails, you can combine work and play without changing a thing. Loaded with lots of docs and original provenance, this beast will only gain value as it tears up any road or trail it faces. Call today!