Blazer wannabe looking at a \"Chalet\" model I just looked at a 1976 Blazer with a Chalet camper on top. It has the normal 400 CID engine and an automatic tranny, both of which seem to be in great shape. I want this vehicle for some light-to-moderate wheeling and serious camping, and it seems like the perfect mix. Any thoughts on this? The chalet camper is a bit taller than I would like (i.e. higher center of gravity), but at least it has some room. The departure angle seems a bit pathetic, but I've been wheeling long enough to understand the limitation here (won't be running even Fins & Things in Moab with it). The trails I would like to venture with it here in Colorado would range from Tin Cup (no concerns there) to Pearl Pass, Hancock, etc. With that 400 CID engine, do you think it would be a good tow vehicle for my 5,000 lb froader? The specs say "no," but I'm wondering if anyone is doing this. Any thoughts on what gas mileage I'm looking at? I was hoping for the low teens, but another website I found, blazerchalet.com, warned it would more likely be in single digits. I live in Denver, so about every wheeling/camping trip I take involves a couple hour drive into the mountains. Thanks! Steve W.