1970 Chevrolet Blazer for sale in Porterville, California, United States

1970 Chevy C-10 Blazer Roadster

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Blazer
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 275
  • VIN: CE180S155677
  • Color: Red
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Chevrolet Blazer Description

You are looking at an insanely sick roadster, frame-off restoration, original 1970 2-wheel drive Chevy Blazer. Bob Grant of Grant Kustoms, “A Metal Conversion Master “ reworked or fabricated every panel on this Blazer. Featured in 3 magazines, Classic Trucks, Truckin’, & Ten Trucks. A real head turner and great for those cruise nights! Here are the specs on the Blazer.

Exterior

Shaved every trim piece (marker lights, gas filler, door handles, emblems, antenna, wiper cowl & components)

All pillars re-shaped, laid back & designed to allow for a flush mount windshield which transcends into a one-off cowl.

Capped upper doors which have been cut down to match the height of the rear quarter panels, then carefully rise upwards while molding inward to a highly modified 1957 Chevy truck dash.

Rear quarter panel tops were widened to match doors & tailgate area for a perfect boxed edged one piece element.

Tailgate molded into a one piece element while also being flattened and filled.

Taillight region was re-shaped, frenched and custom taillights tinted.

Front and rear bumper brackets were created to recess the new Early Classic chrome bumpers.

The entire front sheet metal clip was swapped out for a ’67-68 version. Grill & bezels were replaced w/ Early Classic and center bow tie was removed. Zoops Tri-Bar, blue dot headlights installed.

Center piece on hood lengthened towards cowl.

Lower rear body line created to match rear bumper.

Front fenders modified to reach up to the cowl area.

Re-located gas filler.

Wider & taller rear wheel tubs.

Billet side mirrors

Dupont Custom Mix Red, smoothed to a mirror-like finish.

Suspension

Up front are 2” Dropped spindles from Early Classic teamed up with Slam Specialties air bags & Bell Tech shocks.

Out back are Early Classics trailing arms, a c-notch in the frame, Slam Specialties air bags & KYB shocks.

Viair compressor keeps the bags inflated.

Up front, Early Classic 12” Cross drilled & slotted brake rotors/4-piston calipers are used along with their drum brakes out back.

Deep black finish applied to entire chassis.

Wheels

Intro Pentia rims. Front 20x8.5 – Rear 22x10. Nitto tires. Front 255/35 – Rear 285/35.

Powertrain

Fire wall flattened, radiator & core support sheet metal cover, and brake booster re-located under dash.

’99 Chevy Small Block 350 Vortec, converted over to a ceramic coated Edelbrock intake & Performer 850 Quadra-Jet carburetor. 250 miles since build.

Power steering, MSD HEI ignition, Cool Flex dual fan, Sanderson block hugger headers mated to a 3” exhaust leading to 2 Coffin Mufflers.

March, Zoops, & Billet Specialties pullys, caps, brackets, valve covers/breather, fuel filter, dip stick & air cleaner.

GM 700R4 Automatic Transmission, B&M shift kit & 12 Bolt rear end w/ 3.08 gears


Interior

Auto Meter gauges

Chrome Ididit steering wheel, Billet Specialties steering wheel, & Lokar pedals.

All-Steel console which extends from flat lower edge of ’57 dash. Houses, stereo, ignition, light pull, air suspension controller, & 4 Auto Meter one-off single needle air gauges.

Glide Engineering bucket seats were cut down.

Crafted new kick, door and rear panels along with rear seating area which features unique armrests that are built over fender wells. Front armrests are fiberglass from RB’s Obsolete.

Rich tan leather covers most of the interior while matching wool carpet gives a plush element to the overall landscape.

Stereo

Pioneer head unit. Four 6” triaxials are housed in kick & rear quarter panels. The sweet looking ported subwoofer enclosure houses an Optima Battery, chrome fire extinguisher, storage, the Rockford Fosgate Amplifier, & a pair of 12” Punch subs that are installed in a smooth fiberglass recession.

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