Market Finds: Fresh Hardware Makes This Jeep Wagoneer Even Grander

Fresh Hardware Makes This Jeep Wagoneer Even Grander

By Petrolicious Productions
August 13, 2014

The car: 1985 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Price: $14,000

Location: Oakwood, Georgia, USA

Seller’s Info: Click Here

This 1985 Grand Wagoneer might be newer and more spacious than the Willys we showcased last week, but it’s every bit as much of a Jeep–with plenty of period luxury features.

Of course, it has four-wheel drive to get it out of sticky spots. A 5.9-liter V8 gets the system spinning. This 159,930-mile rig also has power windows, seats, mirrors, and steering. Additional equipment includes leather seating surfaces, cold air conditioning, an automatic transmission, and a heated power rear hatch window.

As rugged as these vehicles are, they all need new parts after a while. And quite a few of this family truckster’s components have been replaced such as its steering box, water pump, fuel filter, and brake lines. The peace of mind that knowledge provides is a luxury all its own.

If you know of a great, stylish car for sale and would like us to feature it, please let us know!

Petrolicious makes no claim as to the accuracy of the information contained in the car’s original listing, nor will it be held responsible for any errors in said information. If you’re interested in this car, do your homework and research it extensively before you buy.

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TJ Martin
TJ Martin
9 years ago

Beautiful to look at [ at least IMO ] Pleasant enough to drive . But even when fully restored and updated from the ground up a maintenance nightmare in the making . The only thing in favor of considering one being the rampant rush by the extremely well heeled to grab a classic SUV and resto mod it for daily use / image booster especially seeing as how unlike the old FJ’s , IH’s , original Land Rovers etc the JEEP Grand Wagoneer has yet to appreciate at the levels many of its contemporaries have as of today . So … possibly a daily driver collectable bargain in the making ?

FYI ; Original FJ’s have been selling upwards of $50k in decent unrestored condition here in the US and especially in Colorado [ Aspen and Telluride specifically where resto moded classic SUV’s have become the new ‘ must have ‘ ] with IH’s going between $25 and 50K .. restored original Land Rovers in excess of $60k etc .

For the record ORVIS is offering thru a restoration company they’re working with … fully ground up restored Wagoneers ….. at not an unreasonable price I might add

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