What was I thinking?

  • What started as a simple convertible conversion grew legs.

    $2200 for whole Blazer with lots of new parts, cowl hood in box (sold it) extra aluminum wheels (sold) ralleys (sold) great interior (sold). I kept the new dash and door panels though.

    First I stumbled upon a M1028 that was mangled but only had 31k miles on the original drivetrain. I snagged the axles and sold the rest of the truck.

    A CL score on a set of 315/70/17 tires on 8 lug wheels popped up for less than I sold the aluminum wheels and ralleys that came with the Blazer.

    Then a crazy cheap deal on a Vortec 383 came up. Everyone needs a 383 right? Next thing I know I sold the TPI and am dropping in a 383.

    The RC lift kit was too much and I couldn't even get in so off it went and replaced with a 3" EZ ride Net cost $0.
  • Year:
    1989
    Make:
    Chevy
    Model:
    Blazer
    Trim Level:
    Slverado
    Interior:
    Gray
    Factory Options:
    Everything
    Engine:
    MPFI 383
    Transmission:
    700R4
    Transfer Case:
    NP241
    Steering:
    stock
    Suspension:
    3" EZride lift
    Axles:
    M1028
    Wheels:
    Not sure
    Tires:
    Cooper 315/70-17
    Paint:
    Original so far