This would be a collection of paperwork relating to General Motors trucks made during the years 1969 to 1991. Originally conceived as a repository for sales brochures for the full-size ("K/5") Blazer, it's grown into a much larger set of sales paraphenalia, magazine ads, articles, reviews, service information, and other printed material. You'll now find information on the following makes, models, special editions, conversions, etc. Obviously not all models are available in all years nor do I necessarily have paperwork for every model in every model year. There's also some technical information, such as wiring diagrams and dimensions of frame and body points.

While most of these documents are ones I own, bought off Ebay and the like, some are sent in by fellow enthusiasts (particular thanks to Michael R and Roland K!) Should you have paperwork I don't, let me know and we'll see what we can do.

I've started to rescan all of the paperwork I have into PDF format, in most cases text-searchable, and in much higher resolution than before. This means that not only can you read the fine print, you can often search for "engine" or "steering" or "ratio" and find what you need within each document. Note that as of November 2017 I've only begun this process, so not all paperwork has been scanned. You can still access the old site for documents not yet updated. Sales paraphenalia and original GM documents, such as training and towing manuals, are organized by year. Other material is organized by type of content.

1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1977 Chevy Truck Values (product training)
1977 Light Duty Sales Album
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991

Magazine articles
Magazine advertisements
Wiring diagrams
Frame and body dimensions
Other

Why do you do this?

Vintage paperwork is often a tremendous information resource. Here you can find information such as:

By comparing one year to the next, you can determine when a certain option or powertrain component was first or last offered. As the full-size trucks generally have similar powertrains, options and colors, do look in the Suburban paperwork even if you're after Blazer information, or the Pickups, etc. As the sign reads at the local surplus store:

If you can't find it, dig deeper.

What about older or newer trucks?

Why these particular years? These are the years for which the Blazer/Jimmy top was removable, in full or in part. Other vehicles are included because they're similar to the Blazer/Jimmy, or because they're covered in the same literature.

How can I contact you?

You can contact me at dremu-at-yahoo-dot-com (antispam measure.)