We know. You have Camaro dreams but face a reality of parenthood, where cars with two doors and sporty rooflines can be a detriment to loading up the kids. Chevy came to the rescue by blowing the Camaro’s exterior up like a balloon and into the 2019 Blazer, but it’ll cost you: This thing apparently tops out at…
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After a silly teaser showing a dude in a blazer, the Chevy Blazer is making a comeback next year as a stylish crossover that lacks the body-on-frame four-wheel drive credentials of its predecessor.
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!
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.
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.
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.
We've seen a lot of deviance associated with the sexualization of the automobile, whether it be dragons getting busy with cars to their own theme song, or British mechanics shagging tail pipes while dressed in ladies frillies. We've even told you how to make an SIU (Sexual Interface Unit). But until now, we've never…