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Old 02-15-2010, 04:46 PM   #1
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1970 One Ton Blazer 4.56s and Lockers

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Its a 1970 Blazer full removeable top, has a stright body and pretty much rust free. Has alittle on the rear inner fender and the bottem of the doors. It on a dana 60 front and dana 70 rear, both have 5.87 gears and deteroit lockers. They are m715 military axles. Cross over steering. Built turbo 350 transmission with a 3500 stall and Np 205 transfer case. Inside is bedlined with a cage that removable and does connect to the frame. Comes with a extra pair of seats. I will include a set of 3/4 chevy axles if you want to run a normal 8 lug.The hard top is also bedlined. $2500.00 firm. Dont need any trades. Located in Brenham, Tx. 254-749-5604







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Old 02-15-2010, 05:28 PM   #2
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That's a nice looking blazer. Shouldn't have a problem selling it.
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Are the seats really mounted that low? Or just thrown in there...?

That's a helluva nice looking truck. Like the cage work. I wish I could part with mine in a day, i'd scoop that up QUICK!!!!!!!! I love those full top convertibles. Good Luck!
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Dang...very nice. Disagree with UC tho, don't care for the cage. Would you consider lowering the price minus the tranny/t-case?
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Old 02-15-2010, 07:37 PM   #6
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I just like the simplicity and the rad. mount. Like the removability of the cage...if needed. Seen worse...
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Old 02-15-2010, 09:05 PM   #7
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dont really feel like pull anything off for a price drop but shoot me a good enough offer and i will.
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Are the seats really mounted that low? Or just thrown in there...?

That's a helluva nice looking truck. Like the cage work. I wish I could part with mine in a day, i'd scoop that up QUICK!!!!!!!! I love those full top convertibles. Good Luck!
The seats are mount in there. They arent that bad, im 5'11" and they work fine for me.
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Old 02-15-2010, 09:23 PM   #9
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I guess maybe it's the camera angle or something. They just look really low. As long as it works...that's what matters!!!

Good luck still, wish I had it to offer to ya...
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I guess maybe it's the camera angle or something. They just look really low. As long as it works...that's what matters!!!

Good luck still, wish I had it to offer to ya...
Thanks, I wish you did too.
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It on a dana 60 front and dana 70 rear, both have 4.56 gears and deteroit lockers. They are m175 military axles.
is the front dana 60 closed knuckle? do you mean they are out of a m715?
if so, stock gearing is 5.86 unless it has been changed out. the front looks like the hubs off a m715.
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is the front dana 60 closed knuckle? do you mean they are out of a m715?
if so, stock gearing is 5.86 unless it has been changed out. the front looks like the hubs off a m715.
Yes the front is a closed knuckle.
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Have any more pictures of the rear fenders? They look like they're cut a bit...
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Old 02-16-2010, 07:47 PM   #14
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They are cut. The fronts are also.
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Alright, I'm out. Thanks tho
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i guess you don't need a heater if you have the fan/radiator in the back seat. lol

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bringing it back to the top
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Old 04-01-2010, 10:32 AM   #20
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Putting it back up for sale. Still need to get rid of it.
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Old 04-03-2010, 09:22 PM   #21
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I will include a set 8 lug axles from a 3/4 chevy truck if you want to run a standard 8 lug wheel.
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haha, Im pretty i would get kicked out of my neighborhood for that one. But thanks for the idea.
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