The first-generation Ford Bronco gets all the attention when it comes to vintage American SUVs, and that isn’t a bad thing — especially when you see the clean lines of the Chevrolet Blazer. Anything Icon touches are going to be eye-catching, and this K5 Blazer proves Icon’s unparalleled attention to detail and workmanship. This one-of-one project was originally completed in 2015 and has only been driven 1,200 miles since. The engine was swapped for a 6.2-liter aluminum LS3 V8, good for 430 horsepower and 424 lb-ft of torque, and is hooked to an automatic transmission and custom Dana 60 axles. The frame was strengthened and powder coated, and the body received a bare-metal respray in flat Fiat Blue. The interior has custom seats front and rear, with the fronts being heated and the controls and modern stereo head unit stowed in a new center console. A one-of-a-kind build at a discounted price, this Blazer is too good to pass up.
(via ICON4x4 • INVENTORY)