1972 V8 Auto in Scottsdale, AZ

Last Updated: 10/3/2021 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $68,000

1972 scottsdale az

Key Blazer Features

  • Model Year: 1972
  • Odometer: 158,000
  • Engine: 8 Cylinder
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Condition: Good

Contact Information

  • City/Area: Scottsdale
  • State/Region: Arizona
  • Contact Name: Not Provided
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  • Email: See Below
 

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1972 K5 Blazer Custom
Asking $68k

I have owned this 1972 Blazer for 10 years now. It has been an ongoing passion project. I really didn’t spare any expense as this has been a hobby and to be honest, I thought I would probably keep this truck forever. Lately I find it spending more time in the garage than on the Road and I have decided to let it go back into the wild so someone else can enjoy it as much as I have.

I have extensively gone through this vehicle. Mostly everything has been rebuilt or replaced. This truck has proven to be very dependable, and its most recent trips included Crown King and Sheep’s Crossing. This is not a show truck but is shows well. I have always built this truck to be used. I have attempted to outline all the major upgrades and customizations below, but I am sure I will miss somethings:

Overview:
– 350 motor with Holley Sniper EFI
– TH350 transmission
– Np205 Transfer case
– Dana 44 front axle
– Corporate 12 bolt rear axle
– 4” ORD custom spring lift
– (5) 35” Mud Terrains tires
– (5) 20×10 XD Wheels
– Custom Roll Cage & interior tied to cage

Interior:
– Full 8 Point Custom Roll Cage Built by Custom buggy fabricator Rob Bonney.
– Roll Cage Powder coated by Affordable Powder Coating in Phoenix
– Includes full customer Mastercraft Off-road Racing Front and Rear Suspension Seating
– 3 Point seat belts
– All seats and seatbelts are tied directly into the Roll Cage
– Tuffy Box Large Lockable Center Console
– Custom Carpets, Rear Carpets snap in, custom floor mats
– Sand Blasted the entire inside of truck and color match bedlined
– Weather Guard Pack Rat Truck Storage Drawer, bedlined to match truck and bolted to the truck
– Custom Spare tire Rack in rear of truck to hold down the spare tire
– Rebuilt Steering column
– Custom Billet Steering Wheel
– Fire Extinguisher mounted behind front seats with quick release

Audio:
– Full JL Audio Sound System:
– Kenwood Blue Tooth Stereo
– JL Audio 6.5” Marine Grade door speakers
– JL Audio Pod Marine Grade Pod speakers mounted to cage
– JL Audio 4 channel Amplifier with fused distribution box
– JL Audio 12” Powered Subwoofer Bolted to the weather guard storage box in the rear of truck.
– Viper Alarm system, Pinned Doors, Hood & Rear Gate, with motion sensor

Engine:
– Holley Sniper EFI
– New fuel pump
– Boyds Aluminum 18 gallon Gas Tank
– All new Fuel lines ran
– New Headman Headers

Steering & Braking:
– PSC Hi Flow Power Steering Pump
– PSC 2wd Power Steering Gear
– ORD Cross Over Steering Upgrade
– ORD Steering Box Brace
– Hydratech Hydroboost System
– PSC Remote Reservoir Kit
– Heat Sink Power Steering Cooler Kit
– Stainless Steel Hydraulic Line
– Inline Tube Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit
– Completely rebuilt entire Parking Brake system
– Custom Parking Brake Cable Kit from Motor City K5 designed for 4” Lift

Suspension:
– 4” Lift ORD Custom Leaf Springs for a softer ride
– Bilstein 5125 12” Front and 11” Rear Shocks
– ORD Extended Front Shock Mounts
– ORD Rear Shackle Flip Kit, with 4.5” HD Rear Super Shackles
– ORD HD Front Shackle Kit
– ORD Kevlar Suspension Bushings
– ORD Bump Stops

Tops:
– Double Wall Hard Top, unrestored
– Soft Top
– Custom Bikini style top for entire top of roll cage

Other:
– Painless Wiring Headlight harness
– Upgraded headlights and hi-beams
– New Door Weather Seals and window sweeps
– New window mechanisms and door latches
– Hood Hinges rebuilt by Willie Wilson Antique Car Parts in VA

I do not need help selling. I also do not need to sell. If it doesn’t sell, I will continue to work on it!
Thank you for looking!


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Last Updated on October 10, 2021 by BlazerAds

 

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