This 1991 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, a loaded A/C interior, and a solid driving nature. And while there are plenty of practical uses for this 4x4, we bet this has your attention just for the way it looks on those shining 20-inch alloys. The two-tone blue and gray makes a memorable first impression. Its the kind of color combo that seems to define its era, and that seems right on this one. It deserves added distinction for being both a premium Silverado-level trim and the final year for this legendary boxy/intimidating design. And this color combo gets even more sophisticated with the full-length pinstripe package that separates them on the top half and the Silverado-level trim on the bottom. The full package looks nice with a good gloss and color-matched hardtop, but they also made sure that this never got too fancy to use as a real 4x4. Its an overall theme for this whole Blazer. So while you have the awesome look of the upgraded 20-inch Vision alloys, the suspension and tire details were about to show you prove this is more than just glamour muscles. So it has the clean style to roll through town with pride, and youre even going to surprise a few people with how much bling you bring to the boat ramp or campsite. The gray interior goes well with the exterior color theme, and its easy to share with the world. After all, these Blazers are always in demand because we know you love removing the hard top and getting the full open-air pickup experience (and this was the final year for it.) 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 loaded interior. You get a set of cushy bucket seats up front with comfortable velour cloth and a cup holder center console in-between. Plus, there are power locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. And the power window package includes the rear one. So you have the ideal tailgate to enjoy everywhere from the campsite to the ballgame. Under the hood is a replacement crate V8. Its the correct-style 350 cubic-inch unit featuring electronic fuel injection. So while its unknown if the odometer reflects the actual mileage, the younger heart kind of makes that point moot. This updated V8 fires up nicely and has a smooth power delivery. The appearance foes for quite a stock look where the largest upgrade youre likely to spot are the polished shorty headers. They add some pep and rumble to the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. This one rides on the streets surprisingly well for a lifted SUV, and thats partially due to newer investments in pieces like leaf springs and Bilstein shocks. And the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission means you even have overdrive. When the pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case, Tuff Country EZ-Ride four-inch lift, and Terra Hunter XT all-terrain tires keep you moving forward with ease. And no matter where you go, the power steering and power brakes with discs up front are welcomed for making the path easy. This is an impressive total package for the last of the beefy/boxy K5 Blazers. So if you want a go-anywhere stunner, dont miss out on this deal. Call today!!!