1970 Chevy blazer. This is a builder as you can tell from the pics. It is a roller, has drivetrain present but no motor. I was going to clean up the body and put some one ton axles under it and use it to play around with but at the end of the day while it's not a perfect truck it's definitely buildable and as rare as these are becoming I'd rather see it restored and preserved the right way. It has been off the road for 20 years. Luckily the person who started to restore it didn't get very far since the work they did do wasn't exactly up to my standards. Good news is they didn't get much done so there's not much to correct as far as body work goes and it appears that it wasn't painted prior to them sanding it down. The frame horns as you can see in pictures previously had steel bumpers welded to them, not uncommon on these older trucks that had bumpers, oftentimes they were welded on. This was not an AC truck. Interior is actually mostly present but needing restored obviously. The top is in pretty solid condition, the lift gate as you can see needs repair work on one of the mounting areas. I'm not a fiberglass guy but was told it's doable. Other than that I tried to get as many pics as possible to accurately present what you'd be working with. The floors aren't bad but you'll need to patch some in the front areas. The tub is pretty great shape tho. If you're looking for a good builder this should fit the bill. Any other questions or if additional pics are needed you can message me through eBay and I'll get you my phone number.On Aug-31-17 at 23:54:42 PDT, seller added the following information:
I wasn't home when I listed this so I didn't have access to the vin but here it is for those who caught that the vin wasn't correct for this truckKE180S159047. Clean title in hand. Just lowered the reserve. Very solid and cheap start to a valuable finished truck!