Cucv Blaser on 2040-cars
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
1985 Chevy Blazer Military. 6.2 Diesel Power. No rusted at all. Freshly restored, new paint, all interior was completely sanded and painted with Truck Bed Coating. All suspension completely re done, all shocks, bushings, shackles, u bolts, tire roads and alignment as well. All new oils and filters. BF Goodrich Tires like 90%, new batteries, engine heating plugs. R&R oil cooler hoses, t- case seal, t-case service. R&R front wheel bearings, ball joints, rear axle seals, R&R front manual locking hub assembly. All seats are Leather with camp seat covers on top. CB Radio Galaxy and Cobra power inverter also included in this sale.
Clear Alaska Title with valid registration till 2016. All repair receipts and all photos on hands. and i can prove this. It's impossible to load all pictures i have for this Beast, cause to many of them. Starts in any weather and runs like a tank.
Also i have military 1989 Kassel trailer which i'm selling as well, let me know if you interesting, i will post this on e Bay as well.
If you interesting in this unit i'm asking $ 8000
ATTN: For buyers from Lower States, if you decide to buy, i will cover shipping from Alaska To Tacoma, WA, from there transportation is on your own if there any. ( I have trusted transport company which doing routes AK-WA-AK every week.
If you choose option Best Offer, then my offer for transportation from AK not valid any more.
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