This vehicle has twice pulled a
5,000lbs Ford truck and dual wheeled
trailer across the United States. The
350 Chevy engine to this day does not
use oil or smoke, it is a little weaker
as a result of the miles but a
replacement will take care of the
problem allowing me to drive this
vehicle well into the 2010 time frame.
I am planning on removing the rear seat
and putting bucket seats and a center
console with storage and audio
equipment. Replace the engine and
electronic system with and upgrade
along with a supercharger, and look out
Fords and Dodge the Biggin will be at
it again. Thanks Chevrolet for building
such a great vehicle.
All that is in the vehicle, I believe
Chevy should have offer a fully loaded
package for this style.
Do a Special Limited Addition with a
fully loaded package containing a Super
Charged 400 horse power package. It
would sell, we Blazer fans care nothing
about gas prices because we are not
worried about paying to have fun and
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