1982 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Silverado 2-Door 350 4x4 Stock One Owner! Many Options!

1982 Chevrolet Blazer

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Blazer
Type: SUV
Trim: Silverado Sport Utility 2-Door
Year: 1982
Mileage: 70,067
VIN: 1G8EK18H0CF114608
Color: Brown
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Beige
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ridgefield, Washington, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Factory Roof Rack, Factory Spare Tire Carrier, Cassette Player, 4-Wheel Drive

Description for Chevrolet Blazer 1982

Selling my 1982 K5 Blazer Silverado. This truck was sold new in Texas. and spent its later years on the West Coast so it has never seen road salt. Previous and believed to be original owner was a retired Air Force pilot. so this truck was never abused. modified. or off-roaded. We even left his military/aviation bumper stickers on the truck for nostalgia sake. This is a very well-optioned truck with AC. PW. PDL. tilt. cruise. and factory gauges. It also has some neat factory options not seen very often on these Blazers. These include the swing-away spare tire carrier. roof rack. and sliding rear side glass in the canopy. This truck also came with a rear roof spoiler. but it was removed at some point. Mechanically. the truck is in very good condition. The original 5. 0 (305ci) engine was replaced at some point with a GM Goodwrench crate 350 which runs excellent. It does not smoke or knock. Transmission is a 3-speed automatic and it shifts fine. Brakes and steering/suspension appear to be in good working condition. The truck drives and handles fine at freeway speeds. The power steering box does appear to be leaking. As far as electricals go. the power windows and door locks. rear tailgate glass. wipers. and lights are in working condition. The dome light is out. The factory radio is still in the dash. but it does not appear to be working. Speedo and gas gauge work. but the temp/oil pressure/ammeter/clock gauges may not be working. Tires still have a decent amount of tread on them. The wheels are aftermarket chromed steel with some rust starting to form. The interior in the truck appears to be all original. with the exception of the dash pad which has a cap on it. The front and rear seats have couple small punctures but no seam splits or tears. The beige seat upholstery does show some soiling. but nothing excessive. The carpet is torn in a few places and should be replaced. The rear side panels need to be replaced. The cargo are carpeting is worn out and in rough shape. The body on the truck is very straight with no dents. The original passenger door and hood did have some dents and were replaced with straight panels from another Blazer. That truck had original paint. but it was a slightly darker shade of brown. and the two-tone lines were slightly different. so you can see in the pics that the panels are not an exact match paintwise. The replacement hood does have areas where the paint has faded down to the primer. The tailgate has the typical stress cracks in the metal at the ends on the top edge. The lower panels on the outer body all appear to be solid with no major rusted out areas. I did notice a small rust hole on the inside edge of one rocker panel. On the driver's floor pan there is also some evidence of rust. and in some isolated spots in the upper door jambs. The bottoms of the door jambs appear to be solid. Pics of these areas. as well as the bottoms of the doors and closeups of the lower panels are available upon request. Keep in mind that this truck does have some rust. but it is not road salt rust like you see in the Midwest or East Coast. The underneath is very clean and has no scale on the frame or undercarriage. As far as ownership history of the truck is concerned. the history report estimates that there have been two owners. It is my belief that the retired pilot was the original owner and the truck therefore had one rather than two prior owners. The history report shows three events involving a title being issued - one in Texas and two in Oregon. Based on his obituary that I obtained. the pilot lived and served in Texas prior to moving to Oregon. There was a title issued in Texas on 3/1/1982. which is when the truck was sold new. There was a second title issued in Oregon on 10/11/1995. which is when I believe the pilot moved to Oregon. A final title was issued in Oregon on 11/18/2005. at which point I believe a second individual was added as an owner. The title you will receive is that 2005 title. still in the retired pilot's name. Based on the history report. the 70. 00 odometer reading is most likely 170. 00 miles. I'll also emphasize that the history is clean with no accidents or other red flags. All in all. this Blazer is in pretty good condition for a 32-year-old truck. and its getting harder and harder to find one that hasn't already been modified or heavily abused. This one can be driven as-is. or modified/restored to your liking. Short-term indoor storage available. and I will cooperate with your transporter in getting the truck shipped. On Nov-21-14 at 07:26:59 PST. seller added the following information:I will not be giving out the reserve at this point. but it is set well below NADA low retail value for the truck. Also. I can be reached between 8AM and 9PM PST at 360-608-0093 for any questions regarding the truck. Thanks for looking!On Nov-23-14 at 21:47:10 PST. seller added the following information:I was able to verify today that the factory AM-FM casette stereo does indeed work. although one of the front speakers seems to have a loose connection. The oil pressure and voltmeter are also working.