CHEVY TRAILBLAZER SS 6.0 AWD (3SS) 66K MILES,CLEAN IN AND OUT!! NO RESERVE!!


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Staten Island, New York, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Trailblazer
Type: SUV
Trim: SS
Year: 2007
Mileage: 66,561
VIN: 1GNET13H672163665
Color: Silver
Engine: LS2 6.0
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS

I AM SELLINGMY SILVER 2007 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER SSALL WHEEL DRIVEWITH 66,561 MILES. I AM THE SECOND OWNER WITH A CLEAN CAR FAX AND NO ACCIDENTS,NO STORIES,NO FOUL SMELLS,ADULT OWNED AND DRIVEN.

CLEAN IN AND OUT!!

IT HAS THE CORVETTE 6.0 LS2 ENGINE WITH 390 HORSEPOWER.

IT IS FULLY LOADED WITH THE "3SS" PACKAGE,WHICH COMES WITH AWD,SS EMBROIDERED BLACK LEATHER/SUEDE FULL POWER HEATED SEATS,PREMIUM SOUND WITH NAVIGATION,MULTI-ZONE HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING AS WELL AS GM'S PREMIUM 20" ALLOY WHEELS AND REAR AIR COMPRESSOR.

SOME ADDITIONAL UPGRADES INCLUDE:

WEATHERTECH FLOOR MATS (FRONT AND REAR)!!

PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED MOTOROLA BLUETOOTH!!

ALARM WITH AUTO START OPTION!!

THE TRUCKIS 100% STOCK AND ORIGINAL!!

THE TRANSMISSION WAS REBUILT 2 YEARS AGO AND SHIFTS SMOOTHLY INTO EVERY GEAR LIKE IT SHOULD.

RUNS,DRIVES STRONG WITH NO WARNING LIGHTS UP.IT DOES HAVE A VERY FAINT FAMOUS PISTON SLAP (PISTON CLEARANCE)THAT ALL LS ENGINES HAVE.IT HAD IT SINCE I BOUGHT IT 8 YEARS AGO WITH 26,000 MILES ON IT.I BROUGHT IT IN UNDER GM WARRANTY AND WAS TOLD IT WAS NORMAL ON ALL CORVETTE LS MOTORS.SO I LOOKED UP ALOT OF TRAILBLAZER SS THREADS AND DID SEE IT WAS A NORMAL THING THAT ALOT OF PEOPLE COMPLAINED ABOUT AND DEALER DID NOTHING ABOUT.NEEDLESS TO SAY AFTER 8 YEARS OF OWNING THIS TRUCK IT NEVER GAVE ME A PROBLEM DOES NOT IN ANY WAY CHANGE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE TRUCK.HERE IS ONE OF THE THREADS FROM A GM REP.I pulled this from www.bobistheoilguy.com. This is what a GM engineer had to say about piston slap. It does make me feel better.
Here is what a GM engineer told me on this subject..
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Are you talking about piston slap during the first few minutes of warmup..??
If so...that is what it is. Nothing to fear or nothing really wrong...just the piston noise until the piston warms up to fill the clearance to the bore.
Pistons rock as they cross TDC where the thrust load from the rod angularity shifts from one side to the other. This makes noise. Harmless..but it is the source of piston slap in most all situations.
To prevent this, pistons are designed with long, tapered, flexible skirts so that they can be fitted very tight in the bores when the bore and piston is cold. The taper of the skirt and flexibility of the skirt then prevents scuffing when the piston is hot. Also, the piston pin in OEM production pistons is always offset to one side....it is NOT in the middle of the piston. By offsetting the pin in the piston, artificial thrust load is created to control the piston "rocking" as it crosses over TDC.
Unfortunately, all of the above control techniques, common in past model engines to the extreme, create excess piston mass, cause friction and cost power and fuel economy. With the desire to build in as much power and free-revving capability and to improve fuel economy as much as possible thru friction reduction these design features are pushed in the other direction on modern engines.
Piston pin offset has been reduced over the years to a bare minimum today to reduce the thrust load generated and reduce friction. Pistons have been lightened up considerably by shortening the skirts. This creates less rotating/reciprocating mass which is good for power, free revving capability and fuel economy. Light weight pistons are great but the skirts, by necessity, are short making it hard to make them both strong and flexible and the shorter ckirts make them more prone to rocking.
Unfortunately, when the performance and fuel economy oriented pistons are run cold they are very prone to "slap"
The piston designers and development engineers are always treading the fine line between piston slap cold and friction and power/fuel economy loss when the engine is warm.
It is possible that you are hearing piston noise from an engine that is on the "high limit" for piston clearance so that it makes some noise cold. The good news is that the condition is harmless and that engine is probably a little more powerful (due to less friction) than a "quiet" counterpart. The bad news is that...it makes noise cold.
As an example of what the piston pin offset can do, it was common back in the early 70's to turn the pistons around "backwards" in the large displacement Chrysler engines to gain power. Those engines had large piston pin offsets to create thrust load to control the piston slap. So much thrust load and friction was created that just turning the pistons around in the bores was often good for 10 HP. The engines were very quiet with the pistons in correctly and they slapped like crazy, especially when cold, with the pistons reversed so as to reverse the pin offset.
Racing engines do not have the pin offset and thus the pistons slap like mad...but no one hears them over the open headers...LOL.
The noise is an annoyance but will not hurt anything and the engine is fine.

I CHANGE THE OIL EVERY 4,000 MILES WITH MOBIL 1 FULL SYNTHETIC OIL.(WHICH ANOTHER 1300 MILES IT IS DUE!!)

AS SEEN IN THE PHOTO GALLERY THIS TRUCK IS IN REMARKABLE SHAPE FOR THE YEAR.STARTING WITH THE EXTERIOR,THE PAINT STILL SHINES AND SHOWS VERY WELL.

THERE IS 2 MINOR SCUFFS ON DRIVERS SIDE BUMPER AND BACK BUMPER SOME ROCK CHIPS ON THE BUMPER WHICH YOU WILL SEE IN THE CLOSE UP PICTURES.

THE INTERIOR IS VERY WELL PRESERVED SHOWING NO MAJOR SIGNS OF WEAR,RIPS,STAINS OR CRACKS.ALL FACTORY ELECTRONICS AND GAUGES WORK PERFECT AS THEY SHOULD.

THE PASSENGER AND REAR SEATS WERE BARELY USED!!

THE CHASIS AND ENGINE BAY ARE EQUALLY AS CLEAN AND ORIGINAL AS THE REST OF THE TRAILBLAZER SS!!

THE TOYO PROXESS TIRES HAS 70% TREAD LEFT ON THE REAR TIRES AND 50% ON FRON, AND THE FACTORY ALUMINUM RIMS DO HAVE PITTING ON THEM AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE PICTURES.

THEY HAD STOPPED MAKING THIS CHEVY TRAILBLAZER SS IN 2009 SO THIS IS A COLLECTOR WITH LOW MILES!!

THE TRUCK WILL COME WITH CLEAN TITLE IN HAND AND WITH 2 KEYS AND 2 ALARM PAD, AND ALL THE BOOKLETS THAT CAME WITH THE TRUCK

I CAN ASSIST IN SHIPPING AT OWNERS EXPENSE!!

HERE IS A LINK OF A VIDEO OF THE CAR WALK AROUND AND AND START UP!! https://youtu.be/AwL4-uGnvkE

I HAVE LISTED EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS TRUCK SO THERE ARE NO SURPRISES WHEN YOU SEE IT FOR YOURSELF.I AM AN HONEST GUY THAT YOU CAN SEE I HAVE 100% FEEDBACK AND A LONGTIME EBAYER MEMBER!!

I AM SELLING MY BABY BECAUSE I HAD JUST PURCHASED 2014 JEEP CHEROKEE SRT SO I HAVE TO PART WITH THIS NOW.

BID WITH CONFIDENCE ON THIS AWESOME LOW MILES TRAILBLAZER SS!!

PLEASE CALL FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR TO MAKE APPOINTMENT TO VIEW THE TRUCK !!

ROCKY @ 917-442-4341

THANKS AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING!!



On Jan-22-18 at 07:31:26 PST, seller added the following information:

ALSO CHANGED RACK AND PINION 7 MONTHS AGO.

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