Chinook Camper! 1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

The Chalet was a limited production version of the Chevy K5 Brazer SUV (before they were called that). It was a routine off-roader with a custom Chinook camper grafted onto the back. Only available for two years, perhaps only… more»

Grandpa’s 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Spending tens of thousands of dollars on a vehicle to transport the family can be daunting for some people, and the thought of owing the bank for a vehicle that will quickly depreciate is not an attractive concept. What… more»

K5 Camper Barn Find: 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

The Chevrolet K5 Blazer Chalet is one of the coolest camper conversions ever built, and it’s a vehicle that continues to find favor in collector circles. The limited production nature of this slick factory-backed conversion, along with the overall… more»

First Year Driver: 1969 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4

Chevrolet was on the right track when it introduced the Blazer as a 1969 model, an SUV that quickly gained popularity and became a strong contender in the sometimes off-road market.  It was also larger than many of its… more»

Restoration In Progress: 1970 Chevrolet Blazer K5

Sometimes it’s tricky to pick up on a restoration project that a previous owner has already begun, with one of the unknowns often arising being concerns over the quality of the work that has already been performed, and whether… more»

Blazer 4X4: 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza

If you combined the body of a first-generation 1960s Chevrolet Corvair with a mid-1980s S-10 Blazer SUV, the seller’s vehicle is what you might come up with. He/she bought this as a project and stopped working on it when… more»

Driving Project: 1970 Chevrolet Blazer 4×4

General Motors went big with the first-generation Blazer by basing it on the C and K series pickup trucks rather than building a smaller competitor to other fun-sized off-roaders like International Harverster’s Scout and the first-generation Ford Bronco. This… more»

Three-Owner 1971 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4×4

I like to write about Chevy Blazers for two reasons. First, nostalgia. We owned an 80’s model and it was such a stalwart runner – it never gave us a lick of trouble which was important because we had… more»

Sweet Chalet! 1977 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4 Camper

What you’re viewing here is not some sort of home-transformed camper, but a rare offering known as the Chevrolet Blazer Chalet, which was produced in limited quantities along with its counterpart, the GMC Jimmy Casa Grande, between 1976 and… more»

Stunning Restomod: 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

The sky’s the limit when undertaking a restomod, and what better canvas for your imagination than a Chevy Blazer? Roomy, accommodating a variety of powertrains, imminently functional, and with plenty of examples available, the Blazer almost begs to be… more»

43k Miles! 1994 Chevrolet S10 Blazer 4X4

The Chevrolet S10 Blazer may look a bit petite in size when compared to its full-size big brother counterparts, but for those who wanted more of an SUV it fit the bill nicely when the 4-Door version was introduced… more»

Vintage Overlander: 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

We’ve featured quite a few Chevrolet Blazer Chalets over the years here on Barn Finds. They seem to be coming out of the woodwork recently in varying conditions. Back in the ’70s, Chevy touted the Chalet as a “4-Wheel-Drive Cabin… more»

Plenty Of Patina: 1972 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4

We’ve featured several Chevrolet Blazers here on Barn Finds recently, some in nicely-preserved condition and others in varying states of neediness, but this one is a sort of a middle-of-the-road example.  Or at least that was my first impression,… more»

Don’t Call it a Blazer! 1976 GMC Jimmy

Some people don’t realize that Chevrolet and General Motors Corporation (GMC) produce different vehicles. Urban legend says that GMC-designated vehicles are built with more care and to a higher standard. I’m not sure about that theory, but it does… more»

Retired Fire Truck: 1973 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

One of the many cool things about the earlier Chevrolet Blazer Trucks was the completely removable tops, which got modified a bit for the 1976 model probably because of safety concerns, but back in ’73 a completely open interior… more»

Package Deal: Treasure Chest of Trucks

We regularly see barn finds that are offered as package deals. Usually, they’re 2-for-1’s where one of the vehicles is a restorable project and the other is a parts car. But when several are clustered together and the asking… more»