Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 | Suburban | Truck' started by JBerno, Nov 10, 2010.
What do the letters "CST" mean in the Blazer world? specifically for a '72 K5
Dont know, how about "Custom"?
Cheyenne Super Truck
Not 100% on the "truck" but the C and the S I'm sure about
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Sorry, couldn't resist.
i'll save you from the hecklers.custom sport truck.gotta do your research next time.this site has a wealth of knowledge it you look around.
Yes, it stands for "Custom Sport Truck" like said just ahead of me. It was the top of the line model option, much like a "Silverado" package is today for a 69-72 Blazer. 67-71 trucks highest trim package was the "CST", until the "Cheyenne Super" package was introduced in late 1971. Trevor
I always thought is was for Custom Sport Trim. You know the wood grained aluminum trim around the lower section of the body.
Nope, Custom Sport Truck. CST's and Cheyenne/Cheyenne Super or GMC's Sierra/Sierra Grande were the only packages that originally got the woodgrain. Trevor
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