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1970 Chevy Blazer - Open-Air Interior

For companies in the automotive industry, one of the best ways to show off parts and services is to create a unique shop car or truck. This vehicle serves as a rolling billboard to showcase what a company can do, and draws a crowd at car shows or national events such as SEMA. Classic Industries has built quite a few shop cars over the years, including a 1969 Camaro, 1966 Nova, 1964 Impala SS, and 1953 Chevy truck.

For companies in the automotive industry, one of the best ways to show off parts and services is to create a unique shop car or truck. This vehicle serves as a rolling billboard to showcase what a...

1972 K5 Blazer Restoration - Daily-Driven Project

K5—the mere mention of this model designation gets the attention of Chevy truck fans everywhere. The term "K5" was first applied to the first-generation 1969-1972 Chevy Blazer, in order to differentiate this short-wheelbase 4x4 from its C10 and C20 truck brethren. Fortunately for GM, the Blazer was a huge hit, continuing production as a full-size model for more than two decades. GM truck enthusiasts, classic truck fans, and off-roaders love the platform for its simple style and rugged durability.

K5—the mere mention of this model designation gets the attention of Chevy truck fans everywhere. The term "K5" was first applied to the first-generation 1969-1972 Chevy Blazer, in order to...

'71 K5 Blazer - Legendary Legacy

Kenneth came by our Huntington Beach showroom to pick up some Chevy Blazer parts for his '71 K5. Other than a missing tailgate, the truck is nearly finished.
A 350 small-block, four-wheel-drive, and plenty of ground clearance make this compact SUV so much fun off-road.
Kenneth came by our Huntington Beach showroom to pick up some Chevy Blazer parts for his '71 K5. Other than a missing tailgate, the truck is nearly finished.
A 350 small-block,...