Super Clean 1989 Chevrolet Blazer Is Ready To Rumble

Jun 4, 2019 2 min read
Super Clean 1989 Chevrolet Blazer Is Ready To Rumble

Impress everyone at a show or on a trail.

While plenty of new SUVs try to act like they’re tough enough to power through rugged conditions without trouble, this 1989 Chevrolet Blazer can take you just about anywhere, all without the pretense. It even has the classic two-door layout, making it clear that a good breakover angle is more important than easy access to the backseat.

With a mere 38,411 miles on the odometer, this Blazer definitely hasn’t been used up. The red paint job absolutely glistens on this rig, showing that it has been given the royal treatment. It showcases the classic body well, which features almost impossibly blemish-free sheet metal, plus all the badges and trim. Perfect glass all around, factory wheels, plus the spare tire with cover located in the cargo area makes for a nice, complete setup. You can also pop the top on this Blazer, so the backseat passengers enjoy the wind but the driver and front passenger are still covered.

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Good looks are pointless if you don’t have some brawn, too, and this truck definitely does. A 350ci small block V8 provides plenty of horsepower and torque, while the factory four-wheel-drive systems works great, so whether you’re rolling over a boulder, powering through mud, or cruising on the highway, you never feel like this Chevy Blazer is truly struggling. The automatic transmission takes the struggle out of driving in heavy traffic or through the city.

Nobody in their right mind would describe this or any Blazer’s interior as luxurious, but it is in great condition. With all the OE gauges and controls, plus the original steering wheel, it provides the same functionality as when it first roamed dirt trails. The headliner, carpeting, and door panels are also in excellent shape, while soft red cloth upholstery makes riding in this SUV a real treat.

Chevrolet made the K5 Blazer from 1969 to 1994, winning over many fans of off-roading and outdoor recreation. Considering this second-generation Blazer comes with many of the classic features, particularly the removable top, and it has been lightly used, it will rightfully appreciate in value as time marches on. This amazing SUV is being offered by Classic Car Liquidators.

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