Ever wanted to take to the road in a vintage pickup? Well, thanks to the legends over at Omaze, here is your chance. Up for grabs is a one-of-a-kind 1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer completely customized inside and out by Ringbrothers. Best of all, all of the proceeds earned through entires for this insane prize go toward non-profit organisation Team Rubicon, but get in quick. The sweepstake for the Blazer runs through September 16, 2021.
What you’ll get for entering this drawing is the chance to win a Blazer that has been outfitted with an LS3 crate engine. The powerhouse is capable of producing 430 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque, which it channels through a Bowler Tru-Street 350 three-speed automatic transmission. The four-wheel drive Blazer also sports a Flowmaster exhaust and it rides on 18-inch HRE forged wheels with 33 x 12.50-inch R18 LT General Graber X3 all-terrain tires.
Your ride will be kept smooth thanks to the QA1 shocks and sway bars, and stopping is easy with the Baer six-piston front and rear brakes. The stock hardtop has been replaced with a bikini soft-top that connects to a new roll bar. The hood has a new raised cowl and custom billet hood inserts. Topping it all off is a BASF Growler Green paint job.
Inside, the Blazer has a bespoke interior by Upholstery Unlimited. Gold leather abounds, as do upgrades like the Ididit steering column, Dakota Digital gauges, and a Kenwood audio system that connects to Kicker speakers. All the switches have also been upgraded. All told, the work that went into this custom 1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer brings the value up to a cool $250,000. That’s a heckuva prize for helping support a worthwhile cause.
Team Rubicon is a disaster response organisation that relies on veterans, first responders, and other volunteers to help communities that have been hit by disasters and other crises, such as tornadoes, floods, and even pandemics. By participating in the sweepstake, you’ll be helping to support their work of aiding local and state organizations, as well as partner organisations, in their efforts to help those affected by these crises.