California plates and title, Silverado package, One careful repaint in original 119 Midnight Black, 5.7L V-8 engine rated at 160, HP700R4 automatic transmission, MP208 transfer case, 10 bolt drive axles, Original Slate Gray interior, Superb chrome and trim, Cruise control, Tilt steering, column Power steering Power brakes and front discs, Front locking hubs, Factory air conditioning, Factory off-road package.
This second-generation 1985 K5 Blazer is a time capsule that retains its California plates and title, having been owned by one California family since it rolled off the dealer’s lot, and shows just under 52,000 miles on the odometer. The body, half-cab and aft fiberglass hardtop received one careful repaint of the original 119 Midnight Black. The ‘85 model year introduced a wider body color panel between the upper and lower grilles, and this K5 came with the Halogen High Beam option, which moved the parking lamps from under the headlamp stack to the lower grille. You’ll be hard pressed to find another Blazer with its original chrome and trim in such superb condition, or the rear lowering tailgate glass for that matter.
The Silverado-trimmed truck is equipped with a s350 CI V-8, rated from the factory at 160 HP and 260 lb-ft of torque that pass through a 4-speed 700R4 automatic transmission. Power continues through a 2-speed MP208 chain-driven, part-time 4-wheel drive transfer case with a 2.61:1 low range. GM 10-bolt, 28-spline axles are slung at both ends, the fronts receiving locking hubs, and all four corners roll on original factory wheels wearing Definity Dakota A/T tires. Driving comforts include power brakes with front discs and power steering, and the 31-gallon gas tank gives more miles between pit stops. The interior features its factory Slate Gray color scheme, as well as a tilt steering wheel, cruise control and air conditioning.