1992 Blazer NO Axles or Steering, good to build Body Excellent

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  1. Eastcoast 4WD

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    Selling 1992 Blazer Shell. Asking $1500. Body is very straight with no rust. Arb Snorkel. There are some swirls and brush marks. Frame has no Rust. It has a 3" Body lift with the Bumpers and Fuel Tank relocated 3" UP. Interior has a '96 style Dash and column. I have the clean Title for this truck. It has no steering, axles, or suspension in it. It still has the drivetrain which I have listed seperatly. Email, PM or call with questions 570-829-5005, DAN.
     
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    Pics?

    I just parted out a 90 blazer and still have the wheels/tires/axles/springs. :thinking:
     
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    Hey, stay away from my truck!!!! :D Waiting to hear back from him.....
     
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    :haha: :haha: funny!

    Apparently you got it. :waytogo:
     
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    Yep. Well not yet. Neither of us are in a hurry. The motor and stuff are still in it, this way if someone wants to hear it run they still can. I won't have it going for a couple months at least. Need to find a place to work on it, and here isn't the place, cause the wife don't know about it!!!!!! If I can take my 89 to work, take it apart there, then I might be able to bring it home. But she will still have a friggin fit about it. Easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission....
     

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