1989 Chevrolet Blazer S10 Custom
• House of Kolors SEMA display vehicle
• 383 Stroker Motor
• 700 R4 Overdrive Automatic Transmission
• Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
• Custom tubular front control arms
• Corvette independent rear suspension
• VIAIR Air bag suspension system, and chrome pumps
• Pioneer sound system
• Shaved and channeled body
• Suicide doors
• 20-inch Centerline billet wheels
• Custom one of a kind interior & dash
• Wild House of Kolors paint job and airbrush graphics
TALK ABOUT WILD AND CRAZY!
This is about as cool as it gets. Someone has invested hours upon hours of labor into this crazy build on this Blazer. Custom Classics has been around since 1982, and our main business is building and restoring custom cars as well as original concours show winners. So when I say someone has a crazy amount of time into this build, I can speak from experience. Just to build suicide doors, body drop it, and then channel the body like they've done here - that takes a ton of time and some big money (seriously, it's airbrushed into the paint scheme even!), and a ton of commitment. Look at the interior center console and custom one-off dash and door trim panels! All I can see are hours upon hours of labor with no expenses spared. I wouldn't want to give you a fair guess of what was invested into this wild build, but WOW, our hats off to the builder here for sure!
Starting at the front of this blazer, looking at the crisp front grill and bumper, it all lines up nice and still holds a beautiful shine for a build that is a few years old now. Glancing down the sides and looking into the interior, the truck shows a lot of creativity and imagination. I love the custom on/off hand-built dash and center console. Quality gauges were used, as well as many quality parts all along the way on this build. In looking at the custom built-in tail lights and thinking how much time just those took, is all pretty mind-blowing. All in all we're quite impressed with this build, and are amazed at how many custom trucks like this one show up at events across the country during the year.
From here, I'm going to let our photo's tell the rest of the story here. Looking at this wild paint job itself is an easy $20,000 if that was done here.
It's safe to say wherever you take this, and whatever show you go to, you're sure to turn plenty of heads and take home your share of awards with this wild Blazer.
Included with the purchase are several pages with pictures and complete operating instructions of how to operate everything on this Wild Blazer - and they're very detailed.
"Penny's on the dollar," we've all heard that saying, but not too often do you get a chance to actually take advantage of that. Well folks, here's your chance! You couldn't even begin to get close to building a custom show vehicle like this for what we're asking for this truly custom one of a kind Blazer. Act quickly before it's gone!
383 Stroker V8