The auction hammer fell at $300,000 for this 1972 Chevrolet Blazer: Ridiculously well sold!
Insanity or stupidity? Read the long BaT auction thread for yourself here. No comments necessary—a colossal waste of capital. From BaT: This 1972 Chevrolet Blazer was built in 2019 by Ringbrothers, an award-winning workshop that specializes in custom builds, composite bodywork, and machined-aluminum accessories. The factory body was removed from the frame and acid-dipped prior to being modified and refinished in period-style black paint with a fabricated roll cage, a custom carbon-fiber hood, and a black soft top. The 350ci ZZ430 V8 features Holley Dominator fuel injection and is paired with a Bowler Performance four-speed automatic transmission and dual-range transfer case. The chassis was strengthened, and the suspension, front discs, and rear drums were replaced. The cabin was revitalized in blue vinyl and houndstooth cloth from Upholstery Unlimited, an Alpine touchscreen, Kicker speakers and a subwoofer, billet accessories, and a Painless Wiring harness. This Ringbrothers-built K5 Blazer is now offered by the selling dealer with a build sheet and a clean Ohio title.
Beyond well sold.