The Famous Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
The Jeep Wagoneer was one of the most iconic Jeep models ever built and lasted from Willys, through AMC and well into the current Chrysler era. For those that don’t know about this fossil. Here is a quick and vague history lesson to cater to the current attention span of millenials.
The 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer was an iconic luxury 4×4 and the first to be produced by multiple brands throughout automotive history. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer was in production from 1963 – 1991. The Kaiser Jeep Corporation built the Wagoneer that ultimately replaced the Willys Jeep Station Wagon which stopped its production in 1965.
From here the company was purchased by AMC or American Motors in 1970 to be later purchased again by Chrysler in 1987. And although the vehicle had been through a couple of decades it remained one of the most popular American vehicles on the market and celebrated one of the longest productions runs of any vehicle ever. Driven by CEO’s, families, foresters and many others, this was one of the finest do everything mobiles. Sadly, the last Grand Wagoneer was produced in Toledo, Ohio in June of 1991.
So now that the millennials are informed and up to date, here are the details of this newly acquired, canadian imported 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. We purchased it from Flint, Michigan from a collector who maintained it well. Featuring a thirsty automatic 5.9L V8 16V engine, 4wd drivetrain. With an beautiful tan interior of deep supple leather and country cord clad seats in honey hue. Premium door panel trims with assist straps, map pockets, stereo speakers and convenience controls for power windows and door locks… the lush 22 oz carpeting underfoot and the instrument panel with easy reading gauges and dials set in visored pods, and inlaid with smart burled woodgrain accents.
Jeep Grand Wagoneer. The Ultimate Wagon…. Complete in Every Detail.