- Engine Size
- 360 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Body Color
- Spinnaker Blue
- Interior Color
1987 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER. LIFELONG TEXAS AND GEORGIA TRUCK!!
This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is a very cool find. A lifelong Texas and Georgia truck, this vehicle is extremely clean and from what we can see still has its original Spinnaker Blue paint. An extremely clean and well-preserved Woody. The body on this Grand wagoneer is very straight and very clean with no rust that we could see, no paintwork found, and no patches. There is the normal wear and tear you would expect from an original paint vehicle like minor stone chips, some scratches, couple of door dings in the paint, but no rust. Just a clean and solid body. The underside is also very clean and original with only the normal surface rust on bare metal parts. You will also notice on the close-ups of the rims that they are in excellent condition. The interior is also very clean with no rips or tears, a nice dash, and the headliner and carpet are also in great condition. All of the lights, gauges, radio, wipers are working. All windows work and the only item not working 100% was the AC not blowing cold.
The drivetrain is also 100 %. The previous owner stated the engine and transmission were both rebuilt around 600-700 miles ago. We did get the receipt for the transmission, but he was unable to find the engine receipt. This Grand wagoneer runs excellent and we found no issues with the drive train. The 360 V8 engine is strong and shows no smoke at startup and runs smooth. The 727 Automatic transmission shifts great and the vehicle was a pleasure to drive. Tires have plenty of tread left and this Jeep is ready to roll. This is such a nice Grand wagoneer and a great color too!!!
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