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    1987 Chevrolet Blazer K5

    Consignment #: 9357 Sign In to View Price


    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder June 2-4th, 2017 at Russo and Steele’s 5th Annual Newport Beach California Auction. Please contact us for more information.

    This 87 K5 4×4 Blazer is what you have in mind when you think of a garage kept and well cared for vehicle. With just over 55,000 original miles and zero rust, this truck never saw any snow and very little rain which led to the demise for most of these Blazers. While most trucks of this era spent the majority of the winters plowing and salting this K5 sat in a heated garage. The door lips, rockers, ¼’s, floor pans, and lower fenders all tell the story of how exceptionally rust free the body is. Ordered in the excellent color scheme of Black/ White with a charcoal interior this K5 has a stellar look. The 4×4 system all functions and operates as it should with no binding or clunking. The factory 305 runs quiet and strong and has been upgraded with a performance muffler. The A/C system is all sealed and recently had a rebuilt compressor installed. When you think of these year K5’s we all know how the rear window need “Help” going up and down, and this one is no exception. One other thing to mention is the wipers operate great but need to be shut off at the correct time to park properly. The door jambs are still in original paint and have an excellent luster to them. This K5 had a 1 time repaint sometime in the last 15 years just to give it a fresh look. The dash and door panels are all original and free of any cracks. The seats and carpet are also original and are in excellent condition. The overall condition of this Blazer would lead you to believe that Guns n’ Roses just cut their first album. In the past few years K5’s have been on the rise, don’t miss your chance to own this beautiful example of a 80’s 4×4 full size Blazer.



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