Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1990 Chevrolet K5 Blazer has everything you want in a classic SUV. Because beneath the beefy lines is a fuel-injected V8 heart, an overdrive transmission, and a loaded A/C interior. And there's an overall clean and respected style that comes from a vehicle that has been under one family's care since new. So this is the lifted vintage 4x4 that has the sharp kind of style that turns heads no matter if you're at the lake house or driving through downtown on your commute.
Gray always looks good on a 4x4 because it makes the crisp lines of this full-size Blazer look like it's carved out of stone. It only gets better on an example like this where there was a high-quality respray within the last couple of years. So there's a smooth shine and a metallic element really pops in the sunlight. While you can tell they invested in the paint to keep it looking great, the full package is what makes this a premium stunner. It's in details like the bright chrome bumpers and color-matched removable hardtop. Plus, this has the unique front end that was only available on the last few years of this long-running K5 generation. And while we love this one for its style, you know there's plenty of ability, too. It's in features like the lifted 4x4 stance, added steel step bars, and a proper trailer hitch. And drop-down tailgate is ideal to enjoy everywhere from the campsite to the ballgame.
The gray interior keeps with the overall color theme, and it's easy to share with the world. After all, these Blazers are always in demand because we know you love removing the hardtop and getting the full open-air pickup experience. Since the air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant, you can do it all summer long! While those will likely be your favorite features, they are far from the only ones in this stock and loaded interior. You get a set of cushy bucket seats up front with newer plush velour seat covers. There are also power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, and a cup holder center console. It all looks quite stock, loaded, and well-presented. But there are also a few handy additions, like the keyless entry and AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for phone/music player.
Getting one of the youngest K5 Blazers around means having some of the best features of the evolution. That includes fuel injection on the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. After all, that's great for both firing up nicely and a smooth power delivery. It's unknown if the odometer represents the full actual mileage, but this one-family SUV has been given the right care over the years. They even had the four-speed automatic transmission rebuilt to make sure it continues to shift smoothly all the way into comfortable overdrive. Power steering, power brakes, and front discs are all part of this easy-driving attitude. Of course, we love these Blazers because they are also robust 4x4s. And this enhances that ability with about eight inches of lift on the suspension and a newer set of 33-inch Nitto Trail Grappler tires.
This is an impressive total package K5 Blazer. So if you want a go-anywhere stunner, don't miss out on this deal. Call today!!!
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