1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer By CFB

Mar 12, 2018

Category: Rides

Sometimes choosing the ultimate adventure rig can be tougher than actually executing the perfect build, as we all know the donor can make or break a custom crawler. Classic Ford Broncos knows a thing or two about finding the goods in a donor vehicle, with their brand name not being a limiting factor to what they are willing to customize, as shown by this beautifully executed Chevy K5 Blazer that has us heading for the burn unit.

As with all CFB builds, they take care of the painstaking labors of sourcing a capable unit to begin the fabrication on before giving the vehicle a full frame off restoration. Every detail of the truck has been immaculately brought back to its original luster, including embossed vinyl seat covers and door trim, a freshly carpeted interior, and splashes of new Indy Red paint for the body. The K5 features a removable lid that cops the roof for an ultra clean topless look for cruising the beach on sunny days, and the LS V8 barks through twin exhaust pipes so you’ll have plenty of bark when rolling down the boardwalk.

Purchase: $125,000

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