Feeler - 87 K5 in Cleveland Ohio

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  1. 4by4bygod

    4by4bygod 1/2 ton status

    Nov 13, 2003
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    87 K5 in Cleveland Ohio - can email pics

    Hi All! well, it's time to part with one of the family. I'm buying my dad's 92 fullsize blazer, and I wanted to see if there might be an interest in my 87.

    I can't seem to master posting photos, so pm me, and I'll email some to you. I'd like to get 2k out of it, all reasonable offers entertained.

    1987 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4X4
    White / gray exterior, gray interior
    Bone stock , original 305 / 7004R, open diffs.
    210,xxx miles. ( not yet 211,000)
    3rd owner, daily driven.
    Owned since 2001, never plowed, towed, or ‘wheeled.
    Current Ohio E Check, good until July 05.
    Power rear window works
    All gauges work
    4 wheel drive works well.
    Interior in good shape, crack in dash is only flaw. No torn seats, or torn headliner.
    No cracks in any glass
    Heater works good

    What I’ve replaced:
    New “aluminized” exhaust, including y – pipe, cat, muffler, and pipes
    New front leafs and shackles installed
    Replace coolant temp sensor – (intake)
    Replace MAP sensor, throttle body gasket, EGR valve gasket, Intake gaskets
    Replace water pump, hoses, flush and fill radiator.
    Replace ignition coil, wires, plugs.
    Installed spicer U joints
    Replace pinion yoke and seal – have all receipts.

    Replace upper and lower ball joints
    Replace radiator
    LT 31 X 10.50R15 Wild Trac XRT tires installed 1/03 lots of tread left.
    New die hard battery installed
    Drive shaft balanced

    Replace gas tank, fuel pump, and sending unit,
    Replace oil pressure switch.

    Overall condition: daily driver, with typical Cleveland winter rust in the usual places, ( needs fenders, quarters patched, tailgate, rockers, lower doorskins) has some dents. Good vehicle for back and forth to work, plow truck, or make it your next project. always started and ran no matter the weather. Maintained with regular oil changes, chassis lube, brake inspections, etc.
    No smoke on start up or operation, firm positive shifts. Steers straight.
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2005

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