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I finished (almost) my 1971 Blazer just about a year ago.
At that time I purchased a '59 Chevy stepside which I am currently working on and would like to have the garage space for it.
I will update the specs as I get around to it but here is a first attempt.
1971 K5 Blazer - Total restoration
New Chevrolet High Performance 350 Vortec Engine (3500 miles since new)
Billet pulley system
Custom radiator hose
Entire Drivetrain new or rebuilt. 4x4 - 4:10 gearing
Heavy duty case for Turbo 350 transmission
Dakota digital dash
Custom Hidden Hitch installed
Air bags as spring helpers for trailer loading
Removable top was sanded-re-glassed and sprayed 50% flat black.
Truck re-painted in Hugger Orange
Interior was uphostered in faux leather (to last) and stiched with contrasting orange color.
Body was insulated and new carpeting installed.
Designed and fabricated new door panels with power windows and door locks, speakers and tweeters.
In cab led lighting (orange)
All new glass.
Centerline solid billet rims with painted centers and pinstriped.
Mickey Thompson tires
Custom billet glove box door
Custom billet radio bezel
Custom rear side panels with speakers.
Work still needed to be done:
Finish wiring sound system and build subwoofer and amp or amps boxes.
Finish door locks.
Final wire led interior cab lights
A little more firewall sound deadener and pad. (I am doing that now)
At the time I wasn't thinking SF Giants trucks but timing is everthing!
$24,000 for the truck.
I will also consider equal value trades or trades with cash.
I need a 4x4 truck with extended cab and long bed. GMC, Chevrolet or Ford (I am not picky )