1986 Chevrolet Blazer
The Chevy K5 Blazer was introduced with the 1969 model year and was based largely on the C/K pickup chassis of the day. It spanned a domestic manufacturing life of about 25 years. The last year of production for the United States was marked by the '94 model, although export models continued for about seven more years.
The Blazer was a staple full-size SUV, initially built with capable straight axles, V8 engine options, and room to take an entire family into the backcountry camping or exploring. Many were kept in stock form, but the chassis and drivetrain leant themselves readily to modifications for more serious dirt use. The full-size Blazer remains an off-road classic today.
If you are looking for a totally rust free 80's Chevy Blazer, you have found it. Originally delivered to Con Paulos Chevrolet of Jerome, Idaho this survivor is as nice an original Blazer as you fill find. Always a western car until purchased by current owner, this Blazer is loaded with options.
Painted in bright red with white top and like new burgundy cloth interior, the only blemish is a crack in the dash. This Blazer is optioned with cruise control, power windows, power door locks, tilt wheel, air conditioning, 4-speed automatic transmission, towing package, steel wheels with chrome trim rings, 3.73 rear, 5.0-liter V8, folding rear seat and an AM/FM radio. The paint is mostly original, and the chrome is excellent. Included are protect-o-plates and original delivery documents. A true survivor with just 69,250 miles, this K5 needs absolutely nothing but to be driven and enjoyed.