1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer - Dark Blue w/ Wood Paneling & Tan Interior
Price: US $9,000.00 Item location: Greenville, South Carolina, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Jeep
- Model: Wagoneer
- SubModel: Grand
- Type: Wagon
- Trim: Wood Paneling
- Year: 1988
- Mileage: 117,440
- VIN: 1JCNJ15U4JT234516
- Color: Blue
- Engine size: AMC 360 V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Tan
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, Sunroof
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1988 Jeep Wagoneer Wood PanelingI purchased this Wagoneer almost two years ago as a surprise for my wife to be our wedding getaway car, and have had quite a bit of restoration and repairs done to it since then to get it in it's current condition. When originally purchased it would barely crank, and I drove it straight from where I purchased it to a shop where it stayed for the next month and a half getting restored.
Today it drives and rides like a dream, and is always a topic of conversation whenever people see it. Because of it's condition I've had people make me offers while pumping gas at the gas station or sometimes even just knocking on my front door and trying to buy it straight out of my driveway.
I have detailed paperwork showing every single thing and amount that has been put into fixing this Wagoneer up. The exterior paint color is Dark Blue with the classic wood panel around it, and for the most part is in excellent condition minus some fading on the wood paneling. Some minor wear and tear from it's 30 years of life, and no rusting other than one small spot on hood that's the size of a half dollar. The back window works and rolls down, allowing you to drop the tailgate... which is by far one of the coolest features about this classic car. The interior is all tan (leather seats, carpet and dashboard), and the gauges all work great. The interior is in great shape for themost part aside from where the seats have cracked from normal wear over the years, and the previous owner before me took the headliner out. There's a sunroof, but it does not currently workbecause it is sealed shut. The 4-wheel drive does work, but I've never actually had the need to use it.
What I've had done to the Wagoneer:
Rebuilt AMC 360 V8 Motor at 112,101 (still has 1 year left on warranty).
New Power Steering Pump
New Master Cylinder
Brake Hydraulic System Service
Repairing motors and flex racks for Four Automatic Windows
Five New Goodyear Tires
New Brake Pads
Regular Oil changes, new fluids, new oil filters, new wiring, multiple diagnostic tests, etc.
All total I've personally put over $11,000 into restoring the Wagoneer. My intentions were to continue restoring it little by little, but my wife and I are working on buying our first house and, as much as I hate it, selling the Wagoneer just makes the most sense to help with that.