This 1977 Chevrolet K5 Blazer is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 paired with a 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission, both of which were installed during a mechanical and interior refurbishment that was performed after the seller acquired the vehicle in 2016. Finished in silver over gray leather upholstery, the truck also features a rebuilt NP205 transfer case, one-ton axles, 20? wheels, 8? leaf springs, Bilstein shocks, a front sway bar, disc brakes, power steering, a MagnaFlow exhaust system, power-adjustable front bucket seats, power windows, air conditioning, shift paddles, Dakota Digital gauges, a removable color-matched hardtop, and tinted windows. The truck is finished in silver with a body-color removable hardtop and features chrome bumpers with integrated fog lights, a chrome grille and side mirrors, a roll bar, and tinted windows. The seller notes a chip on the driver-side fender well and a scratch on the rear passenger side of the hardtop. Black 20? American Force wheels with machined accents are mounted with 35×12.5? Nitto Ridge Grappler tires. The truck is equipped with Warn manually locking front hubs, and modifications are said to include the installation of a front sway bar, disc brakes, a Wilwood brake master cylinder, an Offroad Designs hydraulic power-assisted steering system, a crossover steering kit, Offroad Designs 8? leaf springs, and Bilstein 5125 shocks. Replacement gray leather seats are said to have been sourced from a 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe, and the front buckets are power adjustable. The cabin also features gray door panels, dashboard, and carpeting. Additional modifications include power windows and an aftermarket audio system. The air conditioning has been converted to use R134a refrigerant. The chrome three-spoke steering wheel features shift paddles and frames replacement Dakota Digital gauges including a 160-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and gauges for fuel level, voltage, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. The digital odometer shows 3,700 miles, which reflects the distance accumulated under current ownership. Actual chassis mileage is unknown. The supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 crate engine was installed by RPM Automotive Services in Rohnert Park, California along with a transmission fan and a fuel-pump assist system. The letter R in the vehicle’s chassis number indicates that it left the factory with a 400ci V8 under the hood. Power is delivered to the rear or all four wheels through a 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission and a rebuilt NP205 dual-range transfer case. A rebuilt one-ton Dana 60 front axle and a one-ton GM 14-bolt rear axle are said to feature 4.10:1 gearing. A MagnaFlow exhaust system also has been installed. Corrosion is noted on some underbody components. This Custom Built K5 Is ready for the street or to chill at the shows. Come and take a look. Please call or email for location of this vehicle.
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