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Whats it worth?

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by GREENPANE, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. GREENPANE

    GREENPANE Registered Member

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    A good friend of mine wants to sell me his Blazer.I haven't seen it in person yet and probably wont until it shows up on the flatbed. He bought it last year and hasn't had the time to get it running well. It's supposed to have a fresh 350 and trans. He says the fuel looks like orange juice and will only fire on starting fluid and then stays running. No biggie on the engine problem for me. He says it's rust free as well. I already have a 71 and 72 but 3 is always better than 2. :D

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    GREENPANE Registered Member

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    Looks nice. A little interior work and it would be a good driver. I'd guess in the $6,000 - $8,000 range based on the looks. Maybe a little less because it isn't running and you'll need to do some work to get it running properly.
     
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    I would go $5-6K max, I saw that one on egay a while back. I remember the york setup. Definitely would be a sweet DD.
     
  5. GREENPANE

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    He says the brown is glue. The resolution on my computer sucks so I can't tell. Oh, he's asking 4000$ for it. Rockers looked good though.

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    You should have bought that yesterday!
     
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    Definitely add it to you collection at that price!
     
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    Looks like a good one to restore..goforit :D
     
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    It looks like it has one of those add on AC kits? Snatch it up for $4k!
     
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    It appears that rust is minimal.

    Very nice rig!
     
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    That brown stuff is a combo of surface rust and glue. But it looks minimal.
     
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    Yea, but I'm not worried about. It should be in my driveway by Friday:D
     
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    Sweet! Let us know when it is officially yours.
     
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    And sell me the stock radio when you get it. :wink1:
     
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    Will do!
     
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    NO! MINE!:D
     
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    Good decision! :waytogo:

    Share more pics of the score when you get it home. :bow:
     
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    hehe, yea I managed to pick one up at the wrecking yard for $18. I'm going to try converting it to AM/FM stereo like some of the online services that do it for classic cars.
     

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