Flickr user "91 s-10baja" shares with us his -- you guessed it -- '91 Chevy S-10 Baja in all its trick-looking bestickered glory. We love the simple, straightforward look of the old squared-off S-10s in general, and the Baja package that was offered from '88 to '91 really dialed things up a notch.

s-10 baja interiorIn addition to the 4.3L Vortec V6, tough suspension and standard 4x4 setup, the Bajas also got a huge dollop of racy style right from the factory with two-tone paint, racer-look decals, blacked-out grillework with red bowtie, good-looking alloy wheels wrapped in meaty white-letter rubber, a roll bar with off-road lights, and a tubular front bumper extension with fog lights. Skid plates, a bed-mounted spare and tailgate netting completed the package. s10baja's truck was a '91, and his is equipped the red embroidered seats that were only available that model year.

This S-10 Baja appears to be pretty stock and very nicely kept. It's better-looking than the current Colorado/Canyon twins (in our opinion, at least), and the Baja package is a favorite of ours dating back to when it was first introduced. That's enough to make it today's Reader Ride of the Day. Nice truck, s10baja!

Follow the jump for another pair of photos and instructions on how to submit your own ride.


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