Built for almost 22 years, the K5 Blazer was the smallest full size SUV version that GM offered. Although SUV was not really a thing then so they really stood out and were actually quite large compared to todays SUV's.
The Blazer had removable tops and were offered with four power plant choices ranging from a small strait six cylinder to the 350 cubic inch V8. And all of these produced different power depending on the year and technology. The earlier models offered a automatic transmission or a manual with three or 4 speeds.
The early model K5's have become very sought after in both the two and four wheel drive variants. The 1971 K5 Blazer offered here came to us from Montana. The turquoise paint remains in excellent condition and shows well. The chrome bumpers are in great condition as well. The Blazer has new carpet and the seats are in good condition. Highlights of this awesome rig include factory steel wheels with beauty rings with 31x10.5x15 tires, roll bar, dual exhaust, removable hard top, power brakes and power steering. This Blazer is powered by a 350 v8 paired to a column shift automatic transmission that shifts smoothly. It goes down the road smoothly and handles well.