This 1989 Chevrolet Blazer K5 4x4 Restomod has been upgraded with
fuel-injected Vortec V8 power, an awesome suspension lift, plenty
of modern details, and a loaded A/C interior. So dig into all the
info on an awesome 4x4 with all the right extras.
The tall lifted stance and meaty Goodyear Wranglers instantly let
you know this Blazer means business. And they not only added the
later-style front-end, but also the billet grille goes over the
whole front and really puts a mean face forward. Deleted badging,
side steps, bright dual exhaust tips, big chrome bumpers, and a
proper trailer hitch make for the right mix of style and substance.
The appeal of the blue paint will be understood by the way you
define "perfection." It's not for those looking for a show truck.
But if excellence is defined by a bold look on the streets while
also never worrying about the marks that mother nature leaves on
your finish, then this is ideal.
The interior has added comfort and convenience in mind. After all,
we love this generation Blazer for having a removable hardtop rear
section. You can stay comfortable while open to the world thanks to
cold-blowing air conditioning. With the upgraded two-tone velour
upholstery and this comfy cloth, it's easy to hop in and out on a
sunny day and never worry about wearing shorts. There are nice
features like power windows, power locks, a cup holder center
console, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM touchscreen stereo with
Bluetooth and a USB input to plug in your phone. You have a grippy
Chevrolet steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, and that gives
you a nice view of the wraparound gauge panel and newer Dakota
Digital readouts. The rear cargo area really shows you what this
Blazer's full package is all about. It has subwoofer speakers, a
high-lift jack, and still plenty of room for you to pack up for an
You're going to love showing off the engine bay. After all, true
enthusiasts can spot an LS/Vortec upgrade from across a field. This
is a fuel-injected 5.3-liter V8, and it was installed clearly. They
even gave you the upgrades you really want, like an aluminum
radiator with an electric fan and long tube headers feeding the
dual exhaust. A fresher powerhouse means a stronger motor that's
ideal for a ton of go-anywhere fun. And that's exactly what this
Blazer was built for. After all, you not only have a two-speed 4x4
transfer case, but there are also Fox shocks with the HD-style dual
shocks up front. Plus, there's a four-speed automatic transmission
with overdrive, power steering, power brakes, and front discs when
you just want this 4x4 for some in-town cruising fun.
This Blazer has the right custom attitude to be an awesome
adventurer and currently on a restored savage title. So if you know
how to blaze your own trail, this K5 Blazer is waiting for you.