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1988 K5 Blazer - $4,000

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by blackoaktree, Apr 9, 2006.

  1. blackoaktree

    blackoaktree Registered Member

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    I hate to let this thing go, but I don't use it anymore.

    1988 Blazer, about 160,000 miles. Not a show truck, built with a purpose. $4,000

    Here's a list of what I've done.
    383 Stroker Motor (about 10,000 miles on it) - Runs great!
    Recently rebuilt transmission - 700R4 automatic (about 50 miles on this). It still has a two year warranty.
    6" Superlift, all spring lift.
    35" BFG AT/KO tires - with about 75% thread
    14 bolt rear axle with 4:10 gear and a detroit locker
    Dana 44HD front axle with 4:10 gear and a tru-trac locker
    Custom built rear CV drive shaft
    NP208 t-case. But I will include a fully functional NP205 transfer case if you want to make a conversion.
    AGR Rock Ram Hydraulic Steering and ORD Crossover steering
    Stereo in a Tuffy locking console with Sony Xplode speakers (not installed)
    Recently painted inside and out with flat black
    Roll cage
    Yakima Roof Rack
    Inside has been coated with Herculiner (sprayed on)
    Bottom half of outside is also coated with Herculiner.

    Here's the bad parts.
    Cracked front windshield - doesn't impede the view
    Passenger window has a loose wire somewhere and thus doesn't work.
    Interior isn't completely put together. I doubt I would ever complete this task.
    There's dog hair on the back seat. I suppose I could vaccum that.
    The dashboard is in bad shape.

    Truck is shown by appointment (evenings and weekends). Please no lookie-loos. If you want to drive this, then I want to know you are somewhat serious about an offer. I live by a construction site so there's some places to get a feel of this, but I'll go along, to make sure there is no joy riding. I don't have current plates or insurance on the truck, so we have to stay on the job site.

    Please contact me at 720-366-5728 or blackoaktree@comcast.net. I'm also not good with the IM thing. The truck is located in Commerce City, Colorado near 104th Avenue and Tower Road.

    Thanks for looking.

    Josh.

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    Last edited: Apr 21, 2006
  2. TexasA&Mblazer

    TexasA&Mblazer 1/2 ton status

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    What state is Commerce City located in? BTW nice truck! :bow:
    TTT
     
  3. blackoaktree

    blackoaktree Registered Member

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    Commerce City, Colorado.
     
  4. 1985_K5_Silverado

    1985_K5_Silverado 1/2 ton status

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    I'll give this nice-looking K5 a bump.
     
  5. blackoaktree

    blackoaktree Registered Member

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    thanks!

    I just rebuilt the t-case last Sunday, so this thing is ready to rock... er ready for rock.
     
  6. blackoaktree

    blackoaktree Registered Member

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    SOLD!

    Thanks for the looks and the years of lurking on this site. I'm off to spend time on two wheeled vehicles with about 200 lbs per pedal of torque.
     

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