The parts list for the restoration includes new wiring, alternator, battery, power steering pump, brake components (all brake components), radiator, exhaust, rebuilt trans, rebuilt steering rack, rebuilt carburetor, new windshield, new bumpers, etc. The list goes on and on, pushing the seller’s build costs up to $35,000.
Yet this crime of passion can be yours for a mere $25,000! Oh, did we mention the matte black paint job? This truck is two tons of raise-hell that, according to the driver, drives like brand new.
It is certainly an interesting build. With three rows of seating under a brand new convertible soft top, it offers a bold, murdered-out presence that, frankly, would stand out in the city or the country. Clean and straight – all while offering a somewhat “darker” interpretation of everything the classic K5 Blazer was – to the right buyer, this puzzling resto might just be worth the price.