Premier Street Rods’ New K5 Blazer Reproduction Body

A GM Official Licensed Product For Your 1969-72 Chevy Blazer

By the Classic Truck Performance Staff

Hot on the heels of their successful 67-72 C10 Reproduction Cab, Premier Street Rod has just released the latest in their line of reproduction Officially Licensed GM components: the “complete,” 100 percent brand-new 1969-72 Blazer body!

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02 A GM Official Licensed Product For Your 1969 72 Chevy Blazer

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As with their cabs, the new K5 Blazer “tubs” are fully assembled and manufactured in-house at Premier’s Lake Havasu City, Arizona, facility. All panels are to spec from OEM; when it comes to the assembly of the tub, the fit and finish is far beyond the factory requirements. These tubs have many options so you can personalize them to your own specs (additional custom upgrades coming soon). These tubs come with doors hung and gapped and include era/series-correct dash and latching tailgate. All tubs are built to order and are available with a two- or four-wheel drive option.

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03 the new K5 Blazer tubs are fully assembled and manufactured in house

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Why try to fix a rusted-out body when you can buy one that is handcrafted and built better and stronger than an original? Contact Premier Street Rod for more information—or to place your order—today!

Premier Street Rod
(800) 447-5000

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