We have rolled 30 Jeep Grand Wagoneers in the last 6 months with only two in the gorgeous Classic Black with the tan leather interior. This sheltered carriage was driven just 2,500 miles per year and with that level of usage, she is bound to be in splendid shape. Nothing shines like a beautiful black Grand Wagoneer set against that stylish wood siding. This Jeep makes a statement. Chances are she won’t be with us long.
That beautiful paint was redone in the recent past and is looks fantastic against the wood trim.. There are some light usage marks on the original wood decals but most would still rate her in the very good to excellent driver quality. The chrome and bright work, along with the aluminum wheels appear original and while not new condition, still reflective of the low total miles on this example. The traditional whitewall tires were just fitted last year.
The tan interior further confirms the very low usage over all the years. The seats themselves are in very good condition with just light wear evident. Tan interiors are generally more sought after on these Jeeps than the burgundy alternative but burgundy generally holds up better over time. To have a tan interior like this one, looking so strong, is very uncommon. The carpeting shows some age in the cargo area and around the driver’s and passengers front floor mats but most everyone would look right past it. The total package is that special.
The power windows, power mirrors, power seats, air conditioning, heat and AM/FM/CD stereo are all performing correctly with just the cruise control and power door locks left performing intermittently. The 4 wheel drive High (For highway use) setting is working correctly. We do not service the 4 Wheel Low setting (For trail use) as that tends to freeze up over time and our buyers rarely, if ever, require it.
The engine/transmission/electricals have all been inspected and works sorted, where deemed needed. Yes, our sales are all as is but we have nearly $7,000 in detailed service invoices covering any mechanical and electrical works we 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. On the plus side while that modern car of yours is depreciating everyday, these Grand have been going very strongly, in the appreciating direction.
Carfax & Autocheck both show this Grand’s low miles are actual/original and that no accidents have been reported on this piece. 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 wear along with 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. We give you all the time you need to make an informed decision to buy or not to buy and you will never be pressured or chased. Guided by these principals, our modestly sized niche dealership has built a loyal and devoted customer base spanning 5 continents.