The Jeep Grand Wagoneer looks all ready for a vacation trip
This 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is truly grand. The 25-year-old example of the first full-size American luxury SUV is said to be a rare rust-free survivor that benefitted from an easy life in a dry climate, and driven only 66,545 miles.
The Pick of the Day four-wheel-drive Wagoneer is all factory original, from its apparently spotless leather-trimmed interior to its signature faux-wood side panels, says the Hailey, Idaho, dealer in the listing on ClassicCars.com. The extensive chrome details in the grille, wheels and window frames also gleam in the photos.
The Jeep’s interior looks clean and original
“This classic 4×4 has the factory paint with no rust because it has lived in two excellent climates and has been garage kept,” the seller says in the listing. “It lived in Reno, Nevada, up until 2014 when it was brought up to Idaho.”
These big family wagons have become classics in their own right among collectors as gentrified country-club cruisers, and are often the subjects of extensive restorations. So the sparkling originality of this Wagoneer makes it special indeed.
“The best part of never being painted is the fact that the exterior paneling has never been off,” the seller notes. “The trim and vinyl are tight as only the factory can get them.”
The big rig is powered by AMC’s 3.9-liter V8 and, according to the seller, everything on this Jeep is operational, including all lights, gauges, power windows – including the one in the rear gate – and air conditioning.
The Grand Wagoneer is priced at a premium $28,995, but well worth it if it’s everything it’s said to be. Excellent originality and low mileage go a long way for this desirable four-wheel-drive wagon.
Or as the seller says, “If you are looking for ultra-nice ’90 4×4 Jeep Wagoneer, congratulations!”
To view this listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.