1977 2wd Blazer

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • Type: SUV
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 10123
  • VIN: 4804506939
  • Color: Custom mix
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States


1977 Chevy Blazer, Original 2wd

Rotisserie restoration/customization. Every nut and bolt removed and either replaced with stainless or grade 8 hardware where applicable. Chassis was powder-coated and so were all suspension items attached. When disassembled, I sent out as many parts to be powder-coated as possible. Only the best (basically OEM) parts were used and everything was replaced or rebuilt. This were no expenses spared on this build and it shows in every way.

New 400ci Dart Racing Engines short block with Comp Cams valvetrain. Air Flow Research aluminum heads, Holley multi-port fuel injection, Billet Specialties front accessory drive system with XL Sanden SD7 compressor, Derale dual electric fan module, Custom made aluminum intake tube with cold air box. Engine block and transmission painted to match body. Factory AC components remain (converted to R134) so the system can be cold even with no window film in Arizona. Core support, inner fenders, grille slats and many other components underhood painted body color to tie it all together. Professionally built 700R4 overdrive transmission. 3.73 rear gears. The truck cruises down the road at 70 and about 2200rpm’s.

This truck was in storage for 22 years and is an original 64K mile truck. It did have a few areas of rust, but they were all repaired. I did the bodywork myself (9 months of sanding and primer) and used Squeege’s Kustoms epoxy primer. PPG brand: sealer, custom mixed base, and clear. Door jambs were painted 2 tone also and meticulous care taken to make them as nice as the exterior body panels. Spot welds and excess metal from the factory were all removed, deburred, or filled to give every aspect of the painted surface a smooth clean finish that you simply do not see on even many high-end paint jobs. Further, the doors, fenders and quarters were sanded as “one piece” so as to make them seem like they are all 1 surface and blend together with no visible transition from panel to panel. This is a painstaking process that requires a lot of patience.

The interior was done by a local shop here in Arizona called Stichin’ by Steve and won the best interior award at the Brothers Chevy Truck show when the Blazer was completed in 2016. Tan leather combined with custom vinyl and suede make this interior unique. Original seat back buckles, the “Cheyenne” dash emblem, and the Chevy bowtie on the original center console were retained. Rear vertical panels, seat backs, and a few other interior pieces were custom fabricated out of wood, and then covered, to make it that much more unique, while still keeping the original look.

The thing about this truck that sets it apart from the rest is that it can be daily driven quite easily, and can be shown, all in the same day!. I have been back and forth to the Brothers Chevy truck show in Southern California 3 times now without a single problem. The show is always in the dead of summer and driving through the Arizona desert is a test to any vehicle, let alone an old truck that was completely torn down and rebuilt. If you have been around custom cars and/or trucks, you may know that many look good from a distance, but are just not user friendly. They may not brake or steer correctly. They may not go down the road and have a clean, solid feel to them. The fit and finish may be good but often details have been over-looked that make it a pleasure to drive. I can assure you this truck will sit next to any other high-end build out there and feel right at home. The best way I can attempt to describe this Blazer is that the build was carefully planned and executed to make sure it could be used and not just be a garage or trailer queen. I now have 10K miles on this Blazer over the last 4 years, so it has been tried and tested and still looks fantastic, and still just “flat out works.”

I have hundreds of pictures taken during the build process, but would prefer that you just get on a plane and come see it for yourself. Fly in to Phoenix and I will pick you up in the Blazer. If you are so inclined, you can drive it home without concern. Private sale so no commissions and no tax – think of the money you will save compared to Barrett Jackson!

If you love the truck, but would really rather have it LS swapped, I do have a brand new fully rebuilt 5.3L out of a 2013 Silverado that I had punched out to a 5.7L so it would fit LS1 pistons. It is installed in my other 2wd blazer and has 5K miles on it. We can discuss that if everything else works. I could also just remove the Engine/Trans and take off $10K. Wheels are negotiable as well. If you don’t want what I have on now, I would take off $2K for them and you can choose your own style.

My brother owns a hot rod shop (Speed Sports) here in town which wired the truck and did the few technical aspects of the build that I was not knowledgeable enough to do myself.

Greg 480-450-6939

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