1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer by Wagonmasters finished in Grenadine Metallic with Deep Red Leather interior.
1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer finished in Grenadine Metallic with Deep Red leather interior.
The Jeep Grand Wagoneer is a luxury 4×4, sold and produced from 1963 to 1991. Considered by many to be the very first Sport Utility Vehicle ( SUV ) for decades before the term was even coined, the 4WD Wagoneer saw only minor mechanical changes during its 28-year plus production run, the third longest in U.S. automotive history.
Introduced as a successor to the Willys Jeep of WWII fame, the Wagoneer pioneered the sport utility vehicle concept. In spite of its pickup truck chassis and boxy shape it was more carlike than any 4×4 on the market. Compared with offerings from other manufactures which were producing utilitarian work-oriented vehicles with spartan truck-like interiors — the Wagoneer’s luxury set it apart. Based on the Jeep SJ platform, the revolutionary Wagoneer sported an advanced engine design and offered features unheard of at the time in any other mainstream 4WD vehicle, such as independent front suspension, power steering, air conditioning and an automatic transmission.
The example presented here was restored by Wagonmasters, known for their attention to detail and knowledge of these particular models. It has been driven 88k miles and has been used sparingly since it’s restoration.
It is a rust free example that shows well and is ready to be enjoyed. It is realistically priced at $33,900.00.
All serious offers will be considered and should be directed to Mark Starr at +1 (914) 217-4817.