I have a '72 Blazer for sale. It's a complete truck minus the motor/transmission/transfer case and driveshafts. It was a licensed, fully functioning vehicle till the PO decided he needed the drivetrain for a different project. The truck is a clutch, non-AC version. The engine wiring harness did not get cut. The windshield and both of the door glasses are good. The PO did have a "brain fart" idea though and cut the topper to resemble the later version half cabs. I would like to sell it whole- without chopping/parting it out. Around here, these first gens are getting somewhat rare. There is rust on this truck but not something that can't be repaired or replaced. The rust seems to be in the floor pans, rockers, door bottoms and front sections of the quarter panels. The windshield pillars, firewall, fenders and rear sections of the quarters seem to be solid. The wheels and tires pictured are sold. I have some spare tires/wheels to install. The truck has a D44 front (with a flat top set) and a 12Bolt rear, both with 3.08 ratio. There is a lift kit of some brand installed. I suspect it to be a 4" lift (springs front - blocks rear). The clutch pedal and linkage is still installed. The crossmember was set in the rear of the truck. I hold a clean Missouri title for the vehicle. The truck is located about 1/2hr west of St. Louis, MO. I would like the truck to be picked up but I could deliver within a reasonable distance for a small fee. I don't want to put a starting price on this truck as I really don't know what it's worth. Any reasonable offer will be considered.