This 1992 Chevrolet Blazer K1500 has the unmistakable look of plenty of investments inside and out to make it a cool and custom SUV. And with a fuel-injected V8, an overdrive transmission, an A/C interior, four-wheel drive, and other practical features, this one is appealing for far more than just the way it can light up a city block (oh yeah, just check out the pictures!) You know this is a custom machine with a full dark side look that goes well beyond the paint. The grille, wheels, step rails, roof rack, and even Chevy bow ties all give this an attitude. The paint has a good gloss to get you respect at the stoplights. You'll find imperfection up-close, and so those who want a show-stopper may use the value price to budget for updating. But this is a 4x4, and so we like how it has a finish that won't make you nervous to have a little fun. A lifted suspension, fold-down tailgate, and a proper trailer hitch are the kind of things you get on a 4x4 built for utility. But you also know this one was made for far more than off-road fun. It's meant to take a center stage cruising downtown with a full LED lighting kit that lights up the front, rear, and undercarriage. And we just know you love how it also fully showcases the black 20-inch wheels. This Blazer feels like a rockstar, and the bright LEDs of the interior are like your spotlight. It illuminates a terrific custom interior. The upgraded diamond-stitch pattern on the seats is the kind of thing you expect from a Bentley, and the door panels were done to match. It has the best features like a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, an alarm, a tilt steering column, cruise control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The stereo is upgraded to a Pioneer touchscreen infotainment unit. If the full subwoofer speaker system isn't loud enough to make people take notice, you also have a train horn! Under the hood is the right kind of powerhouse you want for all-around utility. After all, Chevy's 350 cubic-inch small block is a hardy V8, and this is from the era of fuel injection. This is believed to be the original motor, and while it is unknown if the odometer reflects the actual mileage, this has the ultra-clean look of the right investments along the way. And the way this V8 fires up and runs reaffirms this feeling of proper maintenance. This was made for go-anywhere fun. After all, you not only have a two-speed 4x4 transfer case, but also Bilstein SUV shocks, a lifted suspension, and big Ironman All-Country M/T tires. Plus, there's a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front when you just want in-town fun, too. The sale comes complete with additional speakers and worthwhile spare components. This is the upgraded full-size Blazer that has everything you want already done. So it's ready to enjoy. Call today!