Finished in gloss white over Cordovan upholstery, this 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer benefits from recent maintenance including new tires, new fluids, and a rebuilt carburetor. An unrestored Florida truck with no notable rust or damage, it was given a repaint about a decade ago and the original wood vinyl is believed to have been preserved. Around that time, a lift kit and dual exhaust were installed and the original wheels were refinished. Now showing just over 173,000 miles, this SJ Wagoneer is now offered for sale from the Exotic Car Trader inventory with maintenance records, a clean Florida title, and a clean Carfax.
This 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer has been lightly upgraded to reflect an off-road aesthetic. A 3.5” lift kit has been added and a tow hitch receiver is found at the rear. The original 15” alloy wheels have been refinished and wear newer 33” BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. Original elements including the roof rack, grille, and rectangular fog lights remain in great condition, while the vinyl wood trim – believed to be original – shows signs of wear. A removable stripe has been added to the rear bumper. The truck is said to have been repainted about a decade ago. Inside, this Grand Wagoneer is a largely burgundy affair. Cordovan leather seats with cloth inserts are flanked by plush Cordovan carpeting and a matching dashboard and headliner. The interior is in impeccable condition overall, with one defect noted on the driver’s seat and some minor rippling on the rear bench. The headliner shows no signs of sagging or water damage. Power windows, locks, and front seats were standard in 1988 along with an adjustable steering column and a power liftgate window. The analog odometer shows 173,344 miles at the time of documentation.
This 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is powered by a 5.9-liter AMC V8 producing 140 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque. Power is delivered through a Chrysler 3-speed automatic transmission and Selec-Trac four-wheel drive with Dana 44 axles front and rear. Recent maintenance items include basic fluids and a carburetor rebuild. The body and chassis are noted to be in rust-free condition and the truck is known to have been garaged for most of its life.