This is a one owner car before we bought it. Gabriel, my son, saw this SUV in the parking lot of a local grocery store and made me chase down the owner. The driver was the son of the owner who had recently passed away and was looking to sell the truck. So, Gabriel got his dream car and as they say…the rest is history. After a little TLC we presented the car at its first National AACA meet where the Blazer received its first Junior in 2020. Then Covid hit and the Blazer sat in storage for two years. In 2023, we went to the AACA Meet in Melbourne, FL and we recieved the Senior award. In 2024 the ultimate test was at the AACA meet in Miami where the Blazer received its Preservation award. Now it will be shown at Memory lane on Miami beach at the Auto Show.
A little history about the Blazer, in 1993 a few changes for the previous years was, the center console was raised which included a dual cup holder. The 4L60E transmission replaced the 700r4. The front grille was revised and was made of a chrome-plated truck grille like the painted one found on base S-10 pickups. Also, the optional 5-spoke alloy rims which were a copy of the 3rd generation Camaro Z28 15″ alloy rim became standard on the two-wheel LT models.