The Jeep Grand Wagoneer may not be the most well-known classic SUV, but with dollops of character, and a luxury off-road design that predates even the Range Rover, it certainly deserves its time in the spotlight. Jeep initially offered the Wagoneer in the 1960s, with the design staying largely the same throughout production. Although Jeep then went through several different owners, the Wagoneer stuck around with subtle upgrades over time, culminating in the Grand Wagoneer you see today. This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer embodies the luxury, car-like theme that was intended—resulting in a period-correct interpretation of one of America’s forgotten classics.
This Grand Wagoneer has been restored with new original factory paint. With a brown finish, including the striking wood paneling in new vinyl wood, this Wagoneer is sure to keep fans and enthusiasts smiling. Finishing the restoration off are all-new exterior pieces. All exterior lights are new, as is the interior upholstery in tan. This Jeep includes new carpeting and a new custom radio. In images, this Wagoneer looks almost as if it rolled off the production line yesterday.
Under the hood is a 5.9-liter AMC-built V8 engine coupled to an automatic transmission. The Wagoneer has twin solid axels, an all-wheel-drive system, and a history of mechanical work underwent. This includes new front and rear brakes.