1985 M1009 D10 Military Blazer 6.2L Diesel Black K5 4x4 CUCV

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Blazer
SubModel: M1009
Type: SUV
Trim: Military
Year: 1985
Mileage: 115,000
VIN: 1G8ED18J1FF124159
Color: Black
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Burgundy
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Los Angeles, California, United States
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Leather Seats

Description of 1985 Chevrolet Blazer M1009

Former Army Truck, 1009, ncludes all discharge papers. Maroon interior. Driver seat has a split that is currently taped, ut could be repaired (or put under a seat cover as I did). Lots of mods including PIAA off road lights, ilstein rough country suspension with 4 inch lift, anual hubs, 000w power inverter w/ mounted A/C power strip, 4v electrics w/ dual heavy duty batteries (one new- not a mod, ut worth mentioning), atin black paint job, ual amp sound system with Kicker sub, erry-can, B Radio, railer Brake Controller, &N Air Filter, nd a removable backseat (not pictured). Also still has all the army stuff such as the blackout lights, ifle rack, ATO jump receptacle, nd drive light plate. Includes a spare tire (not on a rim).
Here's a Wiki about the CUCV:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commercial_Utility_Cargo_Vehicle
And a Wiki excerpt:Powertrain[edit]

All CUCV Is were powered by GM's 6.2L J-seriesDetroit Diesel V8 enginenon-emissions diesel.[6]These were rated at 155hp (116kW) and 240lb•ft (325N•m), hich was 5hp (3.7kW) more than the emissions diesel engine of the time. They were all equipped with theTH-400 automatic. All but the M1028A1 and M1031 used the NP-208 chain drive transfer case. The M1028A1 and M1031 units had a slip-yoke rear output version of theNP-205, hich was specified mainly for its PTO capacity.


The M1009 Blazer used 10-bolt axles (front and rear) featuring 3.08:1 gears. The rear axle was equipped with anEaton Automatic Differential Lock(ADL) while the front was a standard open differential. The M1008 trucks used openDana 60front axles, ith the M1028 and M1031 variations often having a Trac-Lok limited slip. In the rear, he M1008s used the GM 10.5-inch (270mm)10.5" Corporate 14 Bolt Differentialwith No-Spin lockers (the commercial trade name for the Detroit Locker). Though the M1028A2 and A3 duallies haveDana 70 HDaxles. The axle gear ratios were 4.56:1.[8]

Electrical[edit]Close-up of the NATO slave receptacle on an M1009

As with other military vehicles, he CUCVs used a 24-volt electrical system. It was actually a hybrid 12/24-volt system that used 24-volts under the hood, omplete with dual 100 amp alternators, he mandatory NATO slave receptacle for jump starting any NATO vehicle, nd hookups for military radios.[6]The rest of the truck was 12-volt.