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    1. #1
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      Trade for Pro Touring GM: 1972 Chevy K5 with Cummins

      Seems like the K5 market is exploding at the right time for me. I have 3 K5s so this one has to go.

      Start with a CA built and raised 1972 Chevy Blazer CST (have all docs) with factory AC (rare) in Ochre (horrible color). We brought it here from CA in 2008.

      This is a frame off build. We blew it down to every last nut and bolt.

      VE pump Cummins set to 350 hp and 820 ft lbs of torque. All new bearings, seals, rings - ARP head studs, Cometic head gaskets, HE 351 Turbo, Aeromotive and Air Dog fuel management, Bosch 5x14 injectors, 60lb valve springs and a 4" exhaust. Pump was modified, timed and dyno'd by Diesels in BOW, NH. KDP done.

      NV4500 - Trans was down to the case, blasted and painted, all new bearings and seals. Upgraded output shaft to manage the crazy nut.



      NP205 - 29 spine input, 32 spline outs.

      Chevy Dana 60 front - Detroit locker, 3.73 gears, all new bearings and seals. 35 spline all the way through

      Corp 14B rear - 3.73s and a true track

      We cut all the rot out of the body, sand blasted the frame, added 52" springs in front and 63" springs in the rear, along with a shackle flip. Paint is fresh, like everything else. Waiting to cut and buff it.

      Interior is fresh, sitting around in boxes. Owner wanted the bow ties, not hard to change out. Seats are actual K5 along with the center console.

      Some build pics here:

      https://www.facebook.com/pg/BlueRibb...26161520827872


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    2. #2
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      Sales price?

    3. #3
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      Quote Originally Posted by cwylie View Post
      sales price?


      55k

    4. #4
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      The new interior is represented? I doesn't look like it. The pictures don't match the description.
      1970 Camaro/DSE build


      Are you driver enough? Maybe....come on blue!
      https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...71#post1147371

    5. #5
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      Quote Originally Posted by badazz81z28 View Post
      The new interior is represented? I doesn't look like it. The pictures don't match the description.
      The door panels and seat covers are new, yes. As is the HVAC control, ignition switch, wiring harness, etc.

      We're motoring away on the interior. It's why we said the interior is mostly in boxes. Sound deadeener, carpet, side panels, etc.

    6. #6
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      We did Vintage Air, Dakota Digital and Ring Bros interior pieces in this. Finishing up the dash mods and wiring now.

      Swapped the seats for some nice leather Corbeau LG1's with seat heaters - will get some pics once the dash is painted and recovered.

    7. #7
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      I would recover the original seats with repop original covers, detail the truck to 10/10 and put it on BAT.

      Maybe put the exterior trim on it.


      Do you have any project Blazers or Jimmys sitting around you want to trade for a '61 Unimog or a '59 Mac B61?
      The difference between an environmentalist and a developer is that a developer wants to build a house in the woods, an environmentalist already has one.

    8. #8
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      Where’s it located??

    9. #9
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      New Hampshire