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03-28-2003 11:00 PM
bonuts If you do plan on getting a '69-'72 blazer, a good place for parts is "Scott's Super Trucks" in Penhold Alberta. I know, I know its not in the USA but if there is a part you need he's got it, except for the back door for the top, i'm still trying to find one of them in good shape. I don't have one of these Blazers (anymore) but I plan on getting one of my own and the back door is the problem area with those trucks.


bonuts

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03-27-2003 11:17 PM
bonuts Not only that but they were all full convertable trucks. The '73 up ones were most only half top convertables. There were some full convertable 1973's and 74's too. Not all of them though. Don't know why only some were full top ones and some weren't. Go with a '69-'72, they're awesome trucks. I'm kinda partial cause I grew up in the back of one. A real nice '72 (dad sold it 3 years ago. <img src="graemlins/sweat.gif" border="0" alt="[sweat]" />


bonuts
03-27-2003 10:26 PM
Halloweenking I'm with bonuts, the '69-'72 are as big as the rest. The '72 below is pretty big. You could put a smallblock and 3 mexicans under the hood and about 40 in the back without the rear seat. They are as aerodynamic as a brick and drive like trying to steer a fat woman from the cheecake buffet if you don't have power steering, but pretty cool custom trucks.



HK
03-27-2003 10:14 PM
bonuts What, the 1969-1972 Blazers weren't considered full size? By far in my opinion the nicest Blazers ever built. But, apparently not full size? Mine was every bit as big as the rest of 'em. I don't know.


bonuts
03-27-2003 06:16 AM
meanmachine666 you can also look here
03-27-2003 06:13 AM
chevracing tm454: Your link didn't work but I figured it out. It was lmctruck,com instead of lmctruck.com. Thanks for the link!
03-27-2003 06:08 AM
meanmachine666 from 73-99
03-27-2003 06:04 AM
tm454 I've got a catalog from LMC Trucks for 73-91 Chevy Blazer & GMC Jimmy. call 1-800-222-5664
or go on line: <a href="http://www.lmctruck,com/" target="_blank">http://www.lmctruck,com/</a>
and order your FREE CATALOG. The catalog just covers the fullsize vehicles.


Todd
03-27-2003 05:57 AM
chevracing
Chevrolet Blazer Information

Hey All. Just wondering what the fullsize blazer years were. I'm planning on getting one I just want a fullsize one so I need to narrow my search. Thanks Alot.

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