Dirt Road is pleased to announce this rare full-convertible 1974 Chevrolet Blazer Cheyenne up for sale. It sports a stunning Lime Green exterior paint job with a clean Slate Green interior. The photos, although taken in natural sunlight, really speak to the Blazer’s excellent condition. This 1974 Chevrolet Blazer Cheyenne was manufactured in Flint, Michigan and then sent to Nevada, where it spent its entire life. Dirt Road refers to this car as the “Green Gambler.” Even if green is not your color of choice, you have to see this beauty in person. It’s enough to turn anyone green with envy.
This SUV has been repainted once in its original Lime Green paint code, and it still exudes a high-quality shine. The hand-painted pinstripe is very period correct and adds a nice accent that hugs the vehicle all around. The billet grille with hood latch also adds a very period-correct upgrade on these K5 Blazers. All of the brightwork, door handles, emblems, and bumpers are in great shape. The photos just don’t do this car justice; it’s really a stunner.
This 1974 Blazer Cheyenne convertible sits on new Rally wheels wrapped in 33-inch BFGoodrich tires at all four corners. The white fully removable top is in immaculate condition and the rear glass functions as it should. Those retro rear window louvers are also easily removable if they aren’t to your taste. You definitely won’t see many others that sport them, so perhaps you’ll want to leave them intact for their unique appeal.
The Slate Green interior has been well taken care of and replaced as needed. It includes a new dashboard and seat covers, using some of the original preserved seat materials. All of the door panels are in excellent shape and all original, as are the gauges, sun visors, seat belts, steering wheel, and rear interior panels. The original carpet was replaced, however, as it was beginning to show its age. The cabin also has a period-correct Pioneer AM/FM radio that you can jam out to this summer, while having the top off and the air condition blasting.
Pop the hood and you’ll find an original air cleaner, chalk writing on the firewall, original GM stickers, and the jack still mounted on the inner fender. The stock engine bay is something that many enthusiasts and purists love. The undercarriage is also very clean and alludes to the vehicle’s Nevada lifestyle and two-owner history. The sale of this '74 Blazer comes with all the build stickers intake with original GM decals and the spare tire carrier. This very rare square-body full convertible Blazer was only in production for three years. Make it yours today and enjoy a fun collectible with the utility to boot.
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