I special ordered my Blaxer in 1989 but it took awhile to get it and it was titled as a 1991. I ordered it with the two wheel drive with 3:42 axle and positraction. 5 spd. manual with the transmission cooler and a two door with single glass rear quarter windows. It is white with the tan leather interior and has the egg crate style wheels. It also has the digital liquid crystal display and the sun roof. I put 300,000 miles on it and gave it to my step son and he continues to drive it every day without any major issues. It is near 350,000miles now. It came from the factory with a GMC Grille and red racing stripes for (?) so I had to do a bit of "customizing" to make it more apealing to me.
Easy to work on. I over gapped the plugs and got a bit better mileage and performance Had to change the dash once. Great styling, even the wheels.
The factory should have been more responsible for the bad paint. Also the spare tire/jack were difficult to remove and replace.
I bought my 2wd blazer because i knew
there was alot out there in the
performance industry for s10's and im
glad to say that buying my blazer was a
great choice for me... its reliable and
really easy to work on. Not to mention
theres parts everywhere for s10's.
The best thing about it is that you can
do some much to them. I lowered mine
and put 18 inch wheels on it tinited
the windows and got a stereo. Which is
an improvement would be to make it
quiter in the car, its got some road
noise when your on the road and the
engine fan is rather loud.
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