1972 GMC Jimmy Nut & Bolt Frame OFF!!

Price: US $25,000.00 Item location: Sparks, Nevada, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Blazer
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: Base Sport Utility 2-Door
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 85,000
  • VIN: TKE182F516737
  • Engine size: 5.7L 5736CC 350Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Drive type: 4x4
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Chevrolet Blazer

Uploaded photos with my other set of rims that will go with the truck for the right price. They are 315/70 17 Falken tires with about 50-60% tread and American Racing wheels in decent shape.

Up for auction here is my 1972 GMC Jimmy in beautifully frame-off resto modcondition.It is NOT a Blazer converted to a Jimmy it is an original GMCJimmy.I am a professional mechanic specializingin high performance modern builds and classic restorations.This truck has been my personal daily driver for the past couple years.Between the previous owner and myself there have beentens ofthousands of dollars put into this truck in parts & labor. Here are thehighlights:

Power Steering Power brakes (front discs) HEI Ignition system YES the truck has workingwindshield wipers Automatic transmission

Sandblasted frame and many parts including the radiator support axlesbrackets emergency brakegas/brakepedal assembliestraysand.......( well over 40hrs of sandblasting alone)

Anti corrosion coating on axles frame radiatorcore support ( Many people use Por 15 but it looks terrible to me. I went instead with a more labor intensemulti stage system for the glossy look you see in the pics and tough as nails protection)

Axlesframe steering column refinished ingloss blackurethane

Bedliner interior for easy cleaning or can have a carpet kit installed (kit usually runs around $300) bedliner also serves as a sound deadening material.

Engine is a GMCrate 350with approximately 45k miles.Received all new gasketsseals plugs wires cap rotor engine enamel fluids and filters less than 100 miles ago.

Edelbrock 650cfm carb w/ electric chokeEdelbrock Torker II intake manifold

New rubber fuel lines

Custom fuel fill neck

Edelbrock valve covers air cleaner chrome timing cover

Transmission was rebuilt by previousowner approximately 40kmiles ago.

New chromeGMC frontgrillbezels and trim mirrorsexterior door handles locks bumpers (front bumpers a Chevy bumper for additional lighting options)

Shavedtrim antenna fuel fill neck badges for aunique clean look. Any of them however can be replaced easily but I don't like the look personally of cheap badges and trim.

4"Rough Country front and rear leaf spring lift kit with 4 N20 gas shocks (not the cheap block kit that most Blazer owners install)

New steering link assembly with custom raised steering arm for proper operation with the lift kit.

New brake hoses with custom drop brackets.

5 Star15" wheels with32 x 12.5 Mudders

Custom stereo system with CD and MP3 Phone Aux In + more....... Listen to your own tunes from your personal device!

New windshield rubber

New Dash pad

New interior window cranks levers rubber arm rests

Newly refinished top both inside and out

Custom T-case shift knob

Custom wood steering wheel

New glove box insert

New battery

Original 1972 seating with front buckets and rear bench in vinyl.Recoveringwith premade skins runs usually between$600-$760

Custom headers and dual exhaust with chrome turn downs

Rock guard coated wheel wells

New front and rear corner markers rear tail lenses

Paint is Gloss Black single stagefor a DEEP shiny black that only single stage can produce!

Thereare so many parts and countless hours of fabrication bodywork mechanical work and so on that it would take far too long to list. I spent a few hundred dollars on nuts bolts and fasteners alone! The build is nearly 100% complete for me. What is left is basically personal options in my opinion. As for the paint it is beautiful but not perfect yet you have to be right up on the truck to see any of the small imperfections. The truck is an original A/C truck but I have not bothered to restore the system although the heater works great. Personally I never had a need for A/C being that I always drove the truck topless. Anew A/C system runs around $1200 or you can purchase the missing parts and finish the existing stock system. Suffice it to saythis build isvery clean very costly and it is highly unlikelythat you'llsee another frame off like it on ebay for a long time.Actual frame off Blazers/Jimmys are EXTREMELY rare most just say"fully restored" orsomething obscurelike that. Of course that is not atall comparable to a frame-off restoration.The last Blazer/Jimmy that was comparable sold through Mecum Auctions for $40000last year and wasn't as clean as this one.I know I have just given a brief description here so if you would like more information please feel free to contact me Dave at 775-338-3300. At this price I cannot include anything more than what is listed however if you want something done like the seats refinished carpet installedA/C or fuel injection installed please contact me for pricing and more details!

The truck is for sale both locally and nationally and therefore I reserve the right to end this auction at any time. The description is for informational purposes and does not replace personal inspections. The truck is sold as-is and no concessions will be made at time of pick up ordelivery so pleaseperform your due diligence prior to bidding.