1986 Grand Wagoneer, the first luxury “SUV”
– White exterior paint and brown interior
– V8 5.3 litre-engine with 142 hp
– Original Jeep 15 inch alloy wheels
Extensive restoration with many new parts:
– Complete water circuit, fabric damper front and rear, front brake lining, valve cover seals
– Carburetor cleaned
– Underbody welded and derusted, new underbody protection and sealing
– 100% stainless vehicle
– German registration and historic vehicle admission
Fasten your seat belts, hit the road and have fun !!!
The Jeep Wagoneer was Jeep’s first luxury vehicle. From 1963 to 1991, this model series was first produced by Willys Jeep, via American Motors (AMC), then by Chrysler and marketed as a station wagon. From 1966 the Wagoneer received a V8 engine, air conditioning, power steering and an adjustable steering column. The Wagoneer received the automatic, permanent all-wheel drive Quadra-Trac in 1973. From 1983 AMC replaced this system with the Select-Trac. In addition to the 4WD mode, it was possible to switch to a fuel-saving 2WD mode. It wasn’t until 1984 that the Wagoneer became the Grand Wagoneer. The 1986 Grand Wagoneer, powered by a 5.9 liter 360 cubic inch V8 (the 360 cubic inch was the last petrol engine to be offered in North America), was a luxury vehicle with leather upholstery and comfortable all-wheel drive. From this model year it received a new four-part radiator grille. The interior was changed with square wood grain overlays on the dashboard and the door panels, plus a small Jeep emblem as a hood ornament. This luxurious off-road cruiser was built without major changes until the end of production and then replaced by the Jeep Grand Cherokee.