This hacked-up 2002 Chevy Blazer (5-speed!) is for sale on Craigslist in Ohio. It’s been converted to a pickup, there’s a porthole window on the giant B-pillar, and the front end has a ‘50s sedan look to it. Top it off with chocolate brown paint, and you’ve got a very “special” vehicle—and all for only $900!
Combo meals can make fast food ordering even easier and more economical. Likewise, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe combo Sebring/Blazer means never having to decide between fun in the sun and 4x4 git 'er done. But will its price make this combo worth ordering?
Although it wouldn't take much to talk us into purchasing either of these full-size SUVs, back in 1981 when they were new Chevrolet made this dealer promo video to illustrate the minute differences between their Blazer and the Ford Bronco.
Chevy's Blazer was named for its expected off-road prowess, literally blazing trails. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom roadster is a Blazer that blazes on-road only, but will paying its asking price mean you'd get burned?
This is Butch King's '85 Chevy Blazer three-wheeling into a corner and drifting out. We could watch this all day. Click through to see the whole sliding, roaring hillclimb in person.
These days if a car company wants to showcase the interior and suspension components of a vehicle while it is driving down the road, the technology is readily available to do so. As this vintage Chevrolet Blazer commercial demonstrates, back in 1977 if you wanted to show off the interior and suspension components of…
A woman rushing home to watch this past weekend's Nascar race on TV crashed her Chevy S-10 Blazer into a store window. Apparently you can't bump-draft a building. What, too soon?
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1970 GMC Jimmy.
These two women in — wait for it — Florida were arrested earlier this week for dragging a 78-year-old woman across a Dollar General parking lot after stealing her purse. They're also accused of stealing from a wheelchair-bound woman.
When people think about the malaise era, great cars are not always the first things that come to mind. Although it wasn't the best automotive decade, some great cars were still produced. What is your favorite car from the 1980s?
When reader Socialvegetable shared photos of this wicked mud buggy for sale we had to know more so we dialed the seller up to ask him what mixture of genius and poverty led to its creation.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the City That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. Let's check out this old truck I shot a few winters back.
The Tail of the Dragon, a magical stretch of road in North Carolina, has 318 curves in 11 miles. This is what happens when a motorcycle rider can't keep himself between the lines.
In 1989, it was increasingly clear a new revolution was coming to the truck market, but what shape it would take was still a mystery. With the staggering success of large body-on-frame SUVs and light trucks just a gleam in the eyes of automakers, GMs design team continued down the path of car-based pickups with the…
We've seen an early Bronco in this series, so it's only fair that we have a DOTS Truck Monday featuring the Bronco's competitor from The General. This '71 Blazer parks on one of Alameda's major thoroughfares, not far from the Unimog and the '63 VW Transporter, and it's clearly someone's daily driver.
According to a four-year study released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, you are more likely to die in a two-door, two-wheel-drive Chevy Blazer than any other vehicle in the United States. We're not really surprised, as we remember our neighbor's 1986 Blazer wound up breaking its own windshield sitting…
When people consider the 707 area code (if they think of it at all), gentle, rolling hills covered in grape vines come to mind. Or the hip-hop of E-40 and his crew (although Fowty sold out his area code and moved to the 925). Often neglected is the serious redneck quotient in the North Bay. And what's more seriously…