The original Chevy Blazer was equally adept on- and off-road. The Chevy Blazer has morphed over the years, with an all-new Blazer being introduced in 2019.
In 1969, Chevrolet responded to Ford’s Bronco with a very different design philosophy. Rather than a short wheelbase, bare-bones off-roader, the original Blazer was larger and more comfortable, setting the trend for full-size SUVs that continues to this day.
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The lineage of the Chevrolet Blazer is not a straight line. There were two vastly different-sized overlapping models and changes to its name that no longer included the word Blazer. To simplify, we’ve grouped the various model into two flavors: full-size and mid-size.
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I’m selling a 78 k5 Chevy Cheyenne Blazer. All original 85k miles.