The Grand Wagoneer enthusiast will recognize this rare find immediately. If you’re not in that category, let me explain why this particular year and color is so desirable. The production of Grand Wagoneers came to a sad close in 1991. The production run was very small, only 1560 rolled out of the factory that year, down from a high of 28,871 in 1978. That alone made the 1991 models highly desirable. Now we add another element to the story – only 150 were produced in Hunter Green – creating a rare, highly sought after collectible. We can only guess how many have survived and when you find an original documented example with less than 100K miles, you are looking at a Jeep that may number in the teens. Grand Wagoneers are predicted to enjoy steady price appreciation over the next decade and the rare ’91 Hunter Green will be one of the most sought after.This is only the second one in our collection over the last two years and the first one sold almost immediately to a well known professional sport’s figure. If you’re looking to own a true piece of Grand Wagoneer history, this is it.
That Hunter Green paint has just been applied and is beautiful. The wood grain siding and trim could be original and while not new, are in very good condition. The exterior chrome, wheels, grill and trim are showing just normal wear/aging and still present in solid form. The bumpers show some light scratching in spots but are free of any dings. Those whitewall tires she is rolling on are brand new.
The dark sand interior is likewise in very good condition. In particular, the seating is all in splendid shape. Understanding these were priced, when new, in the Cadillac/Lincoln range, there are plenty of luxury comforts inside. Those working appointments include: Power steering, power brakes, all power windows including the tailgate window (via dash mounted switch), power door locks, power mirrors, power seats, air conditioning and the original AM/FM/Cassette player. Only the cruise control has gone dormant. The best option, the power sunroof, is performing just as it 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 $7,000.00 in just completed service invoices for this ’91. That doesn’t include extensive cosmetic works we performed, it is all for maintenance servicing on items you can’t see. We are happy to supply copies of those service invoices 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, remember these Grand have been going very strongly, in the appreciating direction.
Carfax & Autocheck both show this Grand has been registered in the gentler Winter environment’s of Virginia and Maryland for all of her existence. Likewise, they both confirm the low actual miles (98,770) and no accidents ever being reported. The current Maryland Title also states Actual Miles. The 4 wheel Hi & Low settings have both been serviced and are 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. Still, not everyone is a good candidate for the “classic Grand experience”. If we don’t think you will be delighted with one of our classic Wagoneers, we will tell you. Guided by these principals, our modestly sized niche dealership has built a loyal and devoted customer base spanning 5 continents.