K5 Chevy Blazer 4x4

Price: - Item location: Mission Viejo, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Blazer
  • SubModel: Cheyenne
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: Cheyenne
  • Year: 1976
  • Mileage: 59,000
  • VIN: CKU186F130461
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1976 Chevrolet Blazer Cheyenne

1976 K5 Chevy Blazer,

This truck is great, fun to drive and gets tons of attention, perfect for the beach .

Message me for more pics @ 949-310-1498

This truck has had tons of work done to it, way too much to list but here is some of it., and I have piles of receipts that I don't want to crunch the number on, thousands of dollars, probably over 10K invested.

The Good

Rebuilt 350 by previous owner, odometer shows 58,000

ew High torque Mini Starter

New Optima RedTop battery

Turbo 400 Transmission, shifts great

New 35"x12.5" BFG Muddlers

New 15" American Racing Teflon Coated Wheels

New wheel studs

Steel Braided Brake Lines

New Atlas leaf springs, handmade for the truck

New Bilstien Shocks

New Steering stabilizer

New ORD front shackles with grease-able fitting

New ORD rear shackles, with grease-able fitting

New ORD sway bar disconnect

New Fi-Tech fuel injection

New Fi-Tech Fuel Command Center

New Gas Tank 31Gallons

New Fuel sender

New Phillips LED head lights, paid $250 Each light, DOT approved in all 50 states

New Head light harnesses

New LMC Truck Rubber floor kit

Just sprayed Lizard Skin heat and sound deadener throughout truc, on bedsides, floor, headliner and some of the fire wall

New passenger floor pan, due to leaky heater core.

New passenger side rocker panel.

All LED interior lights, with two new LMC Truck Dome Lights

New gauge cluster circuit board paper

New Vintage Air Heater with FLOOR and DEFROST ONLY

New Taillights

New Exterior LED light bulbs

Just installed rear roll bar made from .120 wall DOM tube with clean bends. Has great clearance for passengers.

Custom installed Suburban 3rd Row seat with custom welded to floor mounts, super strong. With 3 point seatbelts.

New front seat belts

New Edelbrock intake manifold with EGR port, blocked off.

New exhaust manifolds.

New Hooker header exhaust pipe, 2.25"

New Original 40 Flowmasters

New Exhaust Tips

New aluminum three core radiator, made by Champion

New Electric Fan, controlled by Fi-Tech EFI.

New O2 sensor, controlled by Fi-Tech EFI

Tachometer, digital and normal

New Kenwood Stereo and front 6.5" speakers and rear 6.9"

New Kenwood Subwoofer 8", Hidden under front seat

New under hood insulation

New Chevy emblem on grill

All new rear manual window hardware, roller, guides, felts etc.

New gas cap

Wiring under hood and throughout truck has been cleaned up and wrapped in Summit Racing wire loom, everything has a fuse for safety.

New fuel pump

All new belts

All new hoses

All new fluids


New Oil pan with Rubber gasket that cost $40, Believe it's a Felpro.

The bad, or things that needs some love

The truck has been siting almost the full year that I've had it, so it my need some fine tuning

The Fi-Tech EFI is great, however, I have heard that the fuel pump Command Center may get hot. Some guy's recommend replacing with an inline pump, I've never had a problem but haven't driven more than the 10 miles to and from work once a week.

The truck gearing seems real low, on the freeway, which I've only driven a few times, the truck hits 4500 RPMs at 65 MPH. Re-Gearing may be needed if you plan to drive at high speeds.

The truck will easily pass a tailpipe test, however, may fail a visual because it has fuel injection and no smog pump. Id prefer to sell outside of California where the truck is smoged based on Federal Emissions Standards.

Leaks, the truck has a small leak on the transfer case, appears to be a front seal, maybe a drop or two ever couple weeks.

The front and main seal of the oil pan or somewhere in that area have small leaks, maybe a couple drops every couple weeks. My driveway is clean concrete and rarely has a couple drops of oil on it. I can send pictures to show how tiny the drops are, they usually only appear after weeks of sitting.

Some rust, mostly just small spots in the usually areas.

The paint is a cheap paint jub done by the Previous Owner, some over spray, chips and some rust spots. I'd love to re paint it if I had the money, but overall the body is straight.

So, if I kept the truck I might re-gear it and look into a different style fuel pump and that is if I had problems. Just being honest with you guy's because I love this dang truck.