1972 Chevrolet K5 350/250 5.7L V8 CST 4WD Blazer with 49K original miles

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Type: Used
Year: 1972
Make: Chevrolet
Model: K5 350/250 5.7L V8 CST 4WD Blazer with 49K original miles
Body: SUV
Engine Size: 350/250HP 5.7L V8
Trans: Automatic 3 spd with overdrive
Mileage: 49774
VIN: CKE182S119615
Stock: 9615
Ext Color: Gold
Int Color: Black

West Coast Classics are proud to present a fully loaded and superbly restored top-of-the-line 1972 Chevrolet K5 4x4 Blazer with both the Cheyenne & CST package with the factory optional 350/250HP 5.7L V8 engine and with only 49K actual miles!

Original 'Ochre' Factory Color (511)
Original Black Bucket Seat Vinyl Interior (167)
Optional Cheyenne Equipment
Optional CST Package
Optional 5.7L Top-of-the-line 350CID 250HP 4BBL V8 engine
Turbo Hydramatic transmission
Front & Rear Shocks & Locking Wheel Hubs
Removable White Top
Rear Seat
Heavy Duty Battery
AM Push button radio
H78-15B On Off Package
Power DIsc Brakes
Power Steering
Air Conditioning
Heavy Duty Front Springs

The buyer of this K5 Blazer selected the Cheyenne Super package, which was the top-of-the-line trim level in 1972 and was added to only 7% of trucks that year. That package includes all the wood-grain exterior trim and deluxe interior fittings, such as wood-grain dash inserts, a headliner, deluxe upholstery and more. The Cheyenne package had a silver instrument cluster, and color-keyed vinyl door insert, as well as door storage pockets and color-keyed carpeting. The color-keyed headliner was perforated. For the first time, the bucket seats were available for all trim levels and included a lockable console. The "Custom Sport Truck" (CST) was also a top of the line model option with for example wood grained aluminum trim around the lower section of the body and an upgraded interior. The 5.7L 350/250HP V8 was the top-of-the-line engine in 1972 making this one very rare & very desirable and increasingly collectible 1970's Full Size SUV. It has every option in it that you could buy in 1972.

The 1967-72 Chevrolet C/K is one of the most popular, reliable, and easiest-to-drive classic American trucks you can find. This particular generation marks the turning point when Chevy realized it could offer truck buyers modern conveniences and comfort options in the same way it did sedan shoppers - a stunningly simple connection to make in retrospect, but one that blew the market wide open during a time when primary rival Ford was steadfastly refusing to build anything other than the most utilitarian models for work use. The end result was a sales phenomenon that would see GM prolong its dominance over the Blue Oval well into the mid-70s, pushing millions of examples of this generation of truck out of the factories and onto the roads, farm fields, and dusty barns. Flash-forward to today, and Chevrolet's past progressive attitude has paid significant dividends for collectors. The driver-friendly nature of these trucks stands in stark contrast to both their predecessors and their contemporaries,

In todays market, the first generation 1967-72 Chevy and GMC pickups are some of the most popular vintage trucks. Fords and Dodges just don't have the same appeal, and neither do earlier or later GM units. These 1967-72 trucks are in the sweet spot they're good looking, and they represent both work-truck utility as well as reasonable creature comforts, especially when well optioned and there were a lot of available options, some of which are rare. Our subject truck features nearly all of them.


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