Kit Reviews

MPC Chevy Blazer Rescue

By Tom Valenta
Published: October 25, 2013
This Blazer represents a mid-1970s version, with its unique grille for the 1975 or 1976 build version. The kit has 47 parts molded in white, tan, and black, with a nice chrome tree and translucent parts in red and clear.

Being a relatively simple snap kit, the Blazer is a curbside and does not come with an engine. The lower portion of the engine, transmission, and transfer case are molded in relief as part of the nice ladder-style frame. The rest of the drive train consists of a one-piece rear axle assembly, with springs, axle, and drive shaft molded as one unit.
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