Maybe its just us, but when we think of “Chevrolet Blazer”, a big two-door truck based K5 example such as the one presented here comes to mind and not the neutered cross-over Chevy recently launched.  We were thrilled to come across this 1991 here on Craigslist in New Fairfield, Connecticut that posted on Thursday afternoon for the asking price of $16,500, which based on the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool is $3,500 above the #3 “Good” level of $13,000 and $7,100 below the #2 “Excellent” value of $23,600.

The second generation truck-based K5 Chevrolet Blazer launched in 1973 as part of the new “square body” truck line by Chevy.  Unlike the first generation, these new Blazers featured a permanent half roof over the front seats with a removable hardtop covering the balance of the vehicle.  This design stayed in production until 1991 when Chevrolet replaced it with their new Tahoe.  By 1994 the full-size two door version was dead as Chevrolet only offered the four door Tahoe, which proved to be very popular at the time.

This 84K original mile example speaks for itself as the owner provides extensive pictures including the undercarriage.  It’s a real treat to find a K5 in a nice color combination in the well optioned Silverado trim that hasn’t been beaten to death or allowed to die a slow death by corrosion, so we predict this example won’t last long.  Good luck with the purchase!