1972 Chevrolet Blazer

Nov 14, 2018

Category: Rides

Finding a 1972 Blazer Cheyenne in such exceptional condition is a rarity that shouldn’t be passed up. Even the guys at Classic Car Studio are enthralled by its beauty, and we don’t blame them because it looks incredible.

Probably the coolest part about this frame off restored Chevy Blazer is that it’s finished in factory correct Medium Olive over an Olive interior. That’s right, this is the paint job it had when it was brand new. It’s also quite fun to drive with its original rebuilt 350 engine, 700r4 transmission, rebuilt 14 bolt rear with Detroit locker and 4.56 gears, Dana 60 front axle with limited slip and 35 spline outers axles, and adventure-ready 33” BFG all-terrain tires. This SUV also has a variety of factory options, including turbo hydra-matic, Olive bucket vinyl, power steering and a removable white top for when you cruise the beach. This rare find is up for sale now.

Purchase: $70,000

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