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Old 01-29-2008, 11:37 AM   #1
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WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

Hey just curious if u all can tell me what this stuff is worth and what I can sell it for...72 blazer 68k original miles, my g-pa was the orig. owner. 70 burb, needs cleaning and engine work, all there. factory tach gauges w/vaccumm, blazer bumpers, and I have more, I just need to get more pics, anyways, ill start with this stuff...BTW the blazer has tow hooks, PTO winch, newer BFG tires (I still have all 5 original) and the rear seat was sat in once...I also put a fresh 350 in it, TBI, edelbrock perfor,er intake and power steering, new radiator, I could go on and on...[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:30 AM   #2
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

Tell me more about the blazer, body wise?
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:35 AM   #3
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

the body is great and the paint still shines...there is some rust on the rockers, mostly drivers side, but no rust on rear quarters at all. I also have an extra GM rust free straight tail gate that would go with it, set of bumpers, 2 outer grills, one perfect inner grill, extra steering wheel...but to answer ur question, the body is nice and straight. It really is a great blazer, we just need the money...
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Old 01-30-2008, 01:50 PM   #4
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

The blazer looks nice. Unfortunately for you, there is a bunch of Blazers for sale in the Pacific NW right now, so you probably won't fetch top $. If you can wait 'til spring, you'll probably get more. That being said, I'd guess it's probably worth in the $6,000-7,000 range - the rust being the biggest knock on the value, the replacement engine being the second. What happened to the original engine anyway. It seems odd that a truck with 68K miles has a replacement engine. If you have the original engine still, it would be worth more.
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Old 01-30-2008, 01:53 PM   #5
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

$8500 to $12k if it is as you say, they are only original once, goodness, don't sell it, it is a part of family!! 5 ORIGINAL TIRES, C'mon you can't get anymore O riginal than that. Good luck that'd be a once in a lifetime buy there.



Well, I got in a rush and didn't see the replacement engine, but none the less still in the $8-10k range. I could see a GM V8 going south early and the dealer just putting a motor in instead of a partial buil (cam lost a lobe) and they'd most likely do a whole motor.

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Old 01-30-2008, 10:41 PM   #6
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

The original engine still runs perfect. My grandpa took it out and put it in his motorhome because he wanted a low torque engine in the blazer...SO he put the 292 6 from the motorhome in the blazer. When I got the blazer, it hadnt been driven since 94 and the 292, even with a tune up was running rough. So I went ahead and put a 350 in it for the more original look. Im sure I can get the original engine back from him if I want, and I may, its just this one runs great and has a lot of power. And yes bouncy it really does have 68k miles, and a replacement engine..weird, I know.
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:31 AM   #7
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

Now I understand the replacement engine. For such an original truck, not having the original engine in there is a shame. Don't let your grandpa sell the motorhome until you pull that engine.

Do I see buddy buckets in the Blazer?
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Old 01-31-2008, 03:01 AM   #8
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Re: WIW stuff, blazer, burb etcc..!

I know a board member that is looking for a Blazer he's in Portland I'll let him know about your rig I don't think the original engine would be an issue for him he is more interested in an original Blazer with no lift kits or huge tires. I'll forward this to him.
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