1968 to 1995 Chevy Blazer Restoration Parts
Reproduction Car Parts for Your Classic Blazer
Our classic Chevy Blazer restoration parts are designed to meet the original manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for a perfect fit. This combined with today’s advances in modern technology and production, ensures that you will enjoy the highest quality reproduction Blazer parts for your truck and SUV restoration project.
The Chevy K5 Blazer is a full-size SUV that was built by GM. As General Motor’s smallest full-size SUV, it is part of the C and K family of Chevy trucks. Chevrolet introduced this line of SUV’s in 1968 for the 1969 model year, the K5 or 4-wheel drive Blazer was replaced in 1995 by the Chevrolet Tahoe. In 1970, GMC introduced its model of the SUV and called it the Jimmy. The GMC Jimmy was discontinued in 1991 and replaced by the GMC Yukon. The "Jimmy" name was chosen as a play on how GM may sound when running the letters together. This is similar to how Jeep was thought to be a variation of “GP” in the competing market. Both the Jimmy and the Jeep were short-wheelbase trucks that were available in either rear-wheel drive or part-time four-wheel drive.
The K5 Blazer and Jimmy had full-length removable tops until 1975. In 1976, GM introduced a removable top that was only half-cab. It was less prone to leaks and slightly safer in case of a vehicle roll-over. These half cabs had the removable top that started a few inches behind the driver and passenger doors and went to the tailgate.
The Chevy Blazer's long-wheelbase sister, the Chevrolet Suburban, had an integrated rear body, no removable top, and two doors for 2nd row passengers.
When it comes to restoring a Blazer or simply replacing broken or missing trim pieces and installing new weatherstripping and custom fit Blazer insulation, you should stick with a supplier you trust and one that specializes in vintage, classic, and collectible automobiles. Our classic SUV restoration parts are of the highest quality and our prices are competitive.