Bold And Bright 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer CST

Amie Williams

Complete with removable top, this Blazer is ready for some fun in the sun.

With the all-new Chevrolet Blazer now hitting the streets, here is where it all began with a first-generation Blazer. Ideal Classic Cars is giving you the perfect chance to jump into a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer CST. This bad boy has been updated and upgraded to create the perfect street cruiser.

Bold And Bright 1972 Chevrolet Blazer C5 CST

A CST (Custom Sport Truck) model, this was the highest trim package you can get at the time. Under the hood is a 350cui V8 engine with a Holley Contender intake all backed by a Turbo-Hydramatic 350 automatic transmission. Power front disc brakes help bring this Blazer to a halt, and power steering allows for easy maneuvering. 

This Blazer sits on 22-inch US Mags wheels, and the body uses 3-inch drop spindles for a modern look. The exterior is slathered in a bright shade of orange, and it has a removable top covered with a tough white protective coating. 

Open the doors to a spacious interior complete with black vinyl bucket seats in the front and a large bench seat makes up the back. Woodgrain trim is found on the dash around the glovebox and instrument cluster, and an Alpine stereo provides the cruising tunes. Factory air conditioning keeps the cabin nice and cool. With the orange paint continuing along the floorboards, it adds a nice contrast against the black seats.

Pop the top off and cruise down the road in this beautiful classic ‘72 Blazer. With its bold orange hue, it is bound to collect a few stares and thumbs-up along the way. Ready for the ultimate adventure, the Blazer's large interior is big enough to fit plenty of your friends and family. Located in sunny Venice, Florida, this truck is ready for its new owner to take it on new escapades. You can make an offer here.