I am selling an extremely rare 1977 Chevy Blazer Chalet. There were only 1700 of these vehicles assembled and there are less than 100 that are documented. Most of these vehicles were used as rough terrain campers and were not maintained. I was lucky enough to find the most, well-maintained Chalet in existence. I am the second owner and the original owners had stored it indoors and only took it for annual camping excursions. My Chalet is 1382 of 1700 and it only has 53000 original (documented) miles on the numbers matching engine. It has the original factory chalk mark in the engine compartment, original door sticker, original options sticker, records of oil change and original badge numbers. The only thing that is not original from the factory is the paint, which was redone in 1999 due to sun fading, and it is not the original tires, but it still has the original jack mounted inside the engine compartment. The vehicle has no rust and is amazing to see in person. The Chalet has a working refrigerator, stove, gas heater, and sink. It also has a rare factory installed CB (phone) radio that is functional. When we picked it up in Minneapolis it was tuned into the emergency broadcast channel. It has the factory AM AC Delco radio and speakers. Two of the most surprising, fully-functional options is the built in clock (those were always a chronic break) works and the factory air conditioning still blows ice-cold. The only true downfalls to this vehicle is that it has a couple <b>…</b>
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