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'69-'73 K5 Advice

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by pbesing, Apr 3, 2004.

  1. pbesing

    pbesing Newbie

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    \'69-\'73 K5 Advice

    Hello, I am looking for a 69-73 K5. Is there any place other than Ebay that I should be looking? Our local area doesn't have any available. Also, I've seen a considerable range in price. How much should a good running, solid but not show quality K5 run?

    Thanks for the input!
     
  2. Seventy4Blazer

    Seventy4Blazer 3/4 ton status

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    Re: \'69-\'73 K5 Advice

    whats your local area? there are a bunch on here for sale. check the for sale forums.
    Grant
     
  3. bshewmaker

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    Re: \'69-\'73 K5 Advice

    [ QUOTE ]
    Is there any place other than Ebay that I should be looking?

    [/ QUOTE ] Get out and drive the gravel, look behind barns, in barns. Just pick your places so you wont get shot [ QUOTE ]
    Also, I've seen a considerable range in price. How much should a good running, solid but not show quality K5 run?

    [/ QUOTE ] That is a loaded question. If you feel it is a good deal, buy it. If you feel like its not, but you have the cash, buy it then lie to everyone and tell them how good a deal it was /forums/images/graemlins/deal.gif
     
  4. bouncytruck

    bouncytruck 1/2 ton status

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    Re: \'69-\'73 K5 Advice

    Lots of Blazers listed here - http://www.collectorcartraderonline.com/

    We could help you better if we had a clue where you were located. Please fill out your profile...

    Also, First Generation Blazers were from '69-72, Second Gen full convertables were from '73-75. There is big difference in the body styles.
     

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