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Side Photo-Chevrolet-Blazer

Side Photo Rear Photo Front 3/4 Photo Engine Bay Photo Interior Photo Other Undercarriage Photo
1972 Chevrolet Blazer Custom

Scottsdale 2012
Consignment # 1482
VIN:   CKE182S140524

Run # F535

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72 Chevy Blazer Build Sheet.pdf

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Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale January 18th – 22nd, 2012 at Russo and Steele's 12th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction. Please contact us for more information.

1972 Chevy Blazer "PROJECT BLAZE"

1972 Blazer that we have modified to be a 1967 Chevy Blazer, everything on this is blazer is hand built so its one of a kind.

The vehicle started off as a 4x4, full size Blazer and ended up the ultimate convertible ride. There are more body mods on this vehicle than one can mention. Everything from the doors to the windshield has endured a change. Modern day technology powers this beast through the streets of Scottsdale.

This truck sits on the ground no it can't go any lower, the body has been cut up from the bottom to sit even with the frame; the body was body dropped 2 inches on a custom frame with the top of the body being cut down. The sides have been cut and rolled up with the pinch molding removed. The front wheels cannot go any larger or the hood will not close the rear wheels are sitting on the tubs and the frame sits on the ground.

This vehicle was built in two stages and in just over four month's time, we did 2 months before one SEMA just to show a custom low vehicle with everything installed just no paint and running and then the next year we took it to shows the way it sat for 8 months, and then 2 months before the next SEMA we pulled it apart to finish it so we have just over 4 months of build time in it. 7 days for all paint and body work.

Now we just use it as a shop show truck and we drive it hard. We road course race it and drive it everywhere, this is the vehicle I take new clients in to show them how the new technology and suspension work. 9 times out of 10 they want their car to have air ride after going for a ride. See build Sheet.