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What was your favorite Blazer model?

  • 1969-1972

    Votes: 6 31.6%
  • 1973-1978

    Votes: 5 26.3%
  • 1979-1991

    Votes: 4 21.1%
  • 1992-1994

    Votes: 4 21.1%

  • Total voters
    19
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Just an informal poll for all of the full-size Blazer lovers.
 

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What does everyone like about the year blazer that they voted for?
 

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The best part is the fact that you can take the back off and go topless:biggrin: :biggrin: They are the best in the world to drive. Chevy should come out with a newer version in 2008:cool:
 

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I had to go with the 1979-1991.


My 1987 K5 w/Silverado trim has 4" lift, 35" BFG's, 350 TBI (GM crate motor w/5k miles), Warn 8k winch.

I always tease my hunting buddies who drive Fords and ask them "What's the difference between a Tampon and a Ford?" "A Tampon comes with it's own tow-rope!":biggrin:
 

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I had to go with the 1979-1991.


My 1987 K5 w/Silverado trim has 4" lift, 35" BFG's, 350 TBI (GM crate motor w/5k miles), Warn 8k winch.

I always tease my hunting buddies who drive Fords and ask them "What's the difference between a Tampon and a Ford?" "A Tampon comes with it's own tow-rope!":biggrin:
OMG my 88 I had looked exactly like this same BFG's,same paint (except wench). Flash back for me. Wow I miss that truck
 

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I like the k5's they are just tuff
 

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73-78 Full removable top and the classic square body style. Probably one of the easiest vehicles to modernize or customize theres tons of aftermarket parts available.
69-72 takes a very close second. Again the full removable top and classic body design.

I always wanted a a first or second generation 2wd Blazer I could drop in the weeds and remove the top for cruizing.
 
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