1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet
While many of the special-edition trucks stirred out by GM in the 1970s existed of tiny more than graphics collections, some of the most absorbing trucks were heavily adjusted. The Blazer Chalet and its equivalent from GMC, the Jimmy Casa Grande, turned GM’s two-door SUVs into authorized vacationers having the enjoyable of off-roading with the emancipation to sleep under the stars.


1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

These trucks had all the solace of a contemporary motorhome. Made by Chinook, the Chalet vacationer glided onto the bodies of a Blazer and compounded a mini kitchen, a pop-up roof and sleeping space for two.

Around $12,000, the Chalet been more than a fully filled brand-new Corvette of the day.