1972 Blazer 4x4
It was in "better than average" condition when I bought it. Since then I have replaced all the glass, the tailgate, and exterior trim and bumpers. I replaced the Target 350 with an overhauled 400 small block bored to 406 cubic inches. The Rochester Quadrajet 4 bbl carb was new at the time of purchase.
The body was in "better than average " condition. There were some rusty components, however, and I replaced the rear wheel houses, the rocker boxes, and repaired the rust spots on the body, These were small and were repaired with weld-in 16 gauge metal prior to finishing and painting (some additional photos are available). Painting was finished this Spring. It has a 4" Rough Country suspension lift and I installed a front 1 1/8" anti-sway bar from an '88 4x4 Suburban, which greatly improved the handling and stability.
The seats were not original when I bought the Blazer. I replaced them with some new Silverado cloth bucket seats with console about 2015. The back seat cloth and interior panels were replaced in similar material.
The AM radio has been replaced with a Pioneer AM/FM Stereo unit with 5 speakers powered by a Sony Xplode amplifier. Most, or all, of the steering wear items have been replaced as needed.