1972 Chevrolet Blazer 383 CI Stroker V-8 engine


Description


4-wheel drive
383 CI Stroker V-8 engine
Automatic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Air conditioning
Aluminum radiator
Headers and dual exhaust
Retro Sound radio
Equus auxiliary gauges
Red with White removable top
Black and White Houndstooth interior
15-inch rally wheels with trim rings and 4x4 center caps
BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires
The optional V-8 might have been good enough for 1972, but that was then, and the 383 CI small-block stroker V-8 under the hood provides the appropriate power today. The worked-over Mighty Mouse packs a 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake manifold, open-element air cleaner, aluminum radiator, ceramic coated tube-steel headers and high-flow dual exhaust for an added punch on or off the road. New-for-1972 power front disc brakes and power steering work with proven-tough front and rear leaf-spring suspension for confident cruising, towing or topless four-wheeling. The Blazer body was painted in Crimson Red and topped with the CST package’s bright trimmed wood-grain and chrome-plated bumpers. Removing the red with white removable top unveils the restored black and white interior. Peak '70s Chevrolet truck style and a CST center console with raised armrest was upgraded with black and white houndstooth bucket seats and Equus auxiliary gauges that keep an eye on voltage, oil pressure and coolant temperature. The air conditioning system features a new compressor. A Retro Sound OEM-style stereo and full-range speaker cabinet with dual subwoofers assures everyone can hear Alice Cooper's 1972 hit "School's Out" all year round. The restored and modified Blazer is ready to roam on 15-inch Rally wheels and BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires dressed in chrome trim rings and 4x4 center caps. Boasting the most-desirable first-generation body style, this K5 Blazer is beautifully restored and ready to rock.
1972 Chevrolet Blazer 383 CI Stroker V-8 engine
$ 16,000.00
Used
Sell
4-wheel drive
383 CI Stroker V-8 engine
Automatic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Air conditioning
Aluminum radiator
Headers and dual exhaust
Retro Sound radio
Equus auxiliary gauges
Red with White removable top
Black and White Houndstooth interior
15-inch rally wheels with trim rings and 4x4 center caps
BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires
The optional V-8 might have been good enough for 1972, but that was then, and the 383 CI small-block stroker V-8 under the hood provides the appropriate power today. The worked-over Mighty Mouse packs a 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake manifold, open-element air cleaner, aluminum radiator, ceramic coated tube-steel headers and high-flow dual exhaust for an added punch on or off the road. New-for-1972 power front disc brakes and power steering work with proven-tough front and rear leaf-spring suspension for confident cruising, towing or topless four-wheeling. The Blazer body was painted in Crimson Red and topped with the CST package’s bright trimmed wood-grain and chrome-plated bumpers. Removing the red with white removable top unveils the restored black and white interior. Peak '70s Chevrolet truck style and a CST center console with raised armrest was upgraded with black and white houndstooth bucket seats and Equus auxiliary gauges that keep an eye on voltage, oil pressure and coolant temperature. The air conditioning system features a new compressor. A Retro Sound OEM-style stereo and full-range speaker cabinet with dual subwoofers assures everyone can hear Alice Cooper's 1972 hit "School's Out" all year round. The restored and modified Blazer is ready to roam on 15-inch Rally wheels and BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires dressed in chrome trim rings and 4x4 center caps. Boasting the most-desirable first-generation body style, this K5 Blazer is beautifully restored and ready to rock.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Blazer
Year: 1972
Doors: 2
Mileage: 53123
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Black/white
Exterior Color: Red
Vehicle Identification Number: CKE182S102448
United States, Oregon, Eugene
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