Nineteen Eighty Four was the inaugural year for the Jeep Grand Wagoneer. This most formal example clicked off all the country club factory order boxes, in spades. Thanks to it’s low 85,316 actual miles (less than 3,000 miles per year) and just three careful owners over three decades, she still makes a highbrow and traditional statement.
The classic black exterior was recently repainted and it looks as good in person as the images portray. Personally, black is my favorite color on any classic but when you add wood grain siding, hands down gorgeous. That wood siding appears mostly original and while not new and with some light wear present, is still in very good condition. Just another testament to the low miles/careful sheltered history. We did fit a new front grill to the Grand however the exterior wheels, bumpers and chrome trim were strong enough to leave original. Not recent replacements but in solid condition with just normal low mile wear/aging present. Even the white wall tires are new and ready to roll.
The nutmeg color leather interior is a plus for all the buyers not looking for the more common burgundy flavor. That handsome interior, as you can see, is in a very appealing condition. Not perfect of course but in very good condition with only slight signs of a graceful maturing. The headliner isn’t as tight and clean as in 1984 but is still presentable. Understanding these were priced, when new, in the Cadillac/Lincoln range, there are plenty of luxury comforts inside. Those appointments are all in working order and include: Power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, power seats, cruise control, just serviced air conditioning, the original fitted AM/FM/Cassette player and then all the way down to the digital dash clock. Pretty rare to find one with all the options spinning as they should.
The engine/transmission/electricals have all been inspected and works sorted, where deemed needed. Yes, our sales are all as is but we have four pages of service invoices we just performed on her and are happy to supply copies to buying prospects. Keep in mind of course these are 30 +/- year old machines with technology that even back when they were made was considered somewhat dated. If you end up owning one of these, expect to possibly have a fluid drip here or there and a higher level of maintenance or, as I like to refer to it, “romancing” than your modern car. That is just a truth, fellow enthusiast. Still, turning a wrench on one of these normally runs a lot less, price wise, than many contemporary automobiles on the road today.
We can also supply copies of the Jeep’s Carfax & Autocheck that both confirm actual miles/low number of owners & no accidents being reported on this sled. The 4 wheel Hi & Low settings are likewise both performing well. We do not spend monies detailing the engine bay or undercarriages as our buyers, in general, plan on driving and enjoying these Grands regularly. All of our inventory’s frames/undercarriages will exhibit normal and to be expected surface rust/scaling but will pass stringent New York State safety inspection guidelines.
Be sure to have a look at our website’s recommendation page where you can see first hand the positive experiences of a worldwide assortment of named buyers. We are fortunate enough to be in the enviable position of selling all of our Grand inventory without too much difficulty. Some pieces might take a little longer to sell than others but in the end, they all go. To that end, we deal honestly and work hard to insure a happy buyer. If we don’t think you will be delighted with one of our classic Grands, we will tell you. Guided by these principals, our modestly sized niche dealership has built a loyal and devoted customer base spanning 5 continents.
If you wish to organize an inspection before purchase, please do so before placing an offer. This Grand will enthusiastically be made available. Your welcome to ring 724-996-1288 for a cordial discussion regarding this example or any other in our current or soon to be on offer extensive inventory.