Colder than a witch's tit, gosh darn cold beer, Ford 'nnn' Chevvies! -
The average Bronco and Blazer owner would have shouted in the 1980s. The Blazer came as a counter-reaction to the very popular Bronco; both a successful and simple concept. Short wheelbase, rectangular design, a hardtop that gives way to topless in the summer, high on the wheels with rock solid 4 wheel drive and a perfect red neck!
A perfect red neck! Under the hood came an almost six-milk eight-cylinder that, according to US standards, doesn't really need to do its best. With its 210 American horses, it's great for merging at the McDrive, but don't be in a hurry on the Autobahn.
Our Chevrolet Blazer? Just the way you want an American legend; totally original paint, unrestored, totally documented and originally driven only 17 thousand (s)miles. Buckle up and see ya'll soon!