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Very Slick 2-Door 4X4 SUV! 5.7L V8, Auto, A/C, Clean History, Texas Truck, Nice!

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Blazer
SubModel: 4X4
Type: SUV
Trim: 4X4
Year: 1993
Mileage: 321624
VIN: 1GNEK18K9PJ336012
Color: Red
Engine: 5.7 Liter V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: K1500 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

1993 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4 Additional Info:

Remember full-sized two-door SUVs? You know, the ones that practically invented the whole SUV thing? This 1993 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 is one of the last of the breed, and if you've been paying attention, you've probably already noticed that there aren't many of them left. This one's been neatly restored and updated to fit right in with the modern 4x4 movement, and the look is so slick we've been getting calls on it since the moment it drove onto our parking lot. So don't wait because it won't last long.
There's just something a lot more fun about a two-door big SUV. We love the K5 Blazers because they really put the "Sport" in Sport-Utility Vehicle, and this one has the most modern style that Chevy has ever put into SUVs to date. But more than just a standout for its rarity, this one will grab attention for its overall presentation and awesome upgrades. The Bright Red/Smoke Gray two-tone paint has the kind of hard shine that gives this imposing SUV a sophisticated nature, and with only very minor signs of use, it looks fantastic today. Rivaling the paint for shine are all the bolt-on exterior goodies, including the cow induction hood, the oversized fender flares, heavy-duty step bars, and those custom bruiser bumpers with integrated LED lights fore and aft. You also get that slick billet grille that tucks in between the headlights, Euro-style taillights in the rear, and blacked-out tint on the cab that adds a sinister feel to go along with the added privacy inside. Plus, it's trail ready as well, with tow hook and a tow bar out back that's ready to pull the Titanic up to shore. This is a truck that immediately gets noticed everywhere it goes.
Inside, the multiple shades of gray look great against the exterior's hue. The comfortable reupholstered seating offers plush gray buckets with bright red stitching, and the matching backseat almost looks untouched. A loaded modern classic like this means you never go wanting for features. It includes power windows, power locks, power driver's seat, power mirrors, cup holder center console, cruise control, electric rear defogger, a tilt wheel, and an upgraded factory air conditioning system that's blowing cold. The interior is truly remarkable in how mostly stock and absolutely clean it is, showing off the conscientious care of the former owners. Rounding out the driver's experience is an upgraded Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo, heavy-duty rubber floor mats, and a carpeted dash mat. A peek around back shows-off a cargo area that's obviously never hauled anything muddy, and the rear bench seat folds down to maximize the space. As impressive as the exterior is on this Blazer, the interior is what will make you fall in love.
All 90's Blazers came with a 5.7 liter V8, which was just another name for the legendary 350. Bulletproof reliable and making great power and torque in the big SUV, it drives superbly. It starts easily thanks to factory throttle-body injection, and thanks to decades of careful ownership and maintenance, it performs as well as it did originally. The engine bay is very tidy but not overly detailed, showing off years of maintenance and careful ownership. It even pulls down decent fuel economy thanks to the 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, which is shifting as smooth as it should throughout the gears. Of course, as a 4x4, you also get a 2-speed transfer case and heavy-duty axles at both ends, and you can shift on the fly using the gear change in the floor. The undercarriage is unbelievably solid thanks to a long life down south, and the single exhaust is bit more throaty thanks to the chambered muffler that was installed some time ago. Standing tall on a killer set of Moto Metal blacked-out alloys, the truck looks the part of an off-road bruiser with a fresh set of 33x12.5x18 Toyo Off-Road radials that finish off the look superbly.
Very impressively preserved and rather rare, this super-clean 2-door Blazer is the total package. If you were there when these roamed the earth when new, you know these are special. Call today!