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When The Chevy Blazer arrived to battle the Ford Bronco

The Blazer’s story begins in 1969 when Chevrolet rolled out the first K5 Blazer to compete with the likes of the Ford Bronco, International Harvester Scout and Jeep Cherokee. With Chevy’s full-size pickup truck frame underpinning the Blazer, it was larger than its competition with an interior that could be configured to hold one, two or five passengers. For an open-air experience, a fiberglass top that covered from the top of the windshield back could be removed. Options included air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, push-button radio, heavy-duty shocks and springs and an auxiliary battery… read more >

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