Unmolested 1976 Jeep Wagoneer


Unmolested 1976 Jeep Wagoneer For Sale

Here's American classic luxury sport utility vehicle that was built under the AMC period, is a first generation of Jeep Wagoneer well-known as the pioneer of sport utility vehicle concept and introduced as a successor to the Willys Jeep Station Wagon. It has a 360 V8 engine mated with automatic transmission and reportedly about 51K original miles on it.

As you've seen here is fairly cool vintage 5-door wagon body type, one unmolested example of 1976 Jeep Wagoneer it was posted in Craigslist about 5 days ago looking for $5500 located in Spokane, Washington. Not so clear about drivetrain fitted rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive but is said about all track, so we left it to you for make sure. That's could be a perfect start to restored.



1951 Jeep Willys M38 Tactical Truck

1951 Jeep Willys M38 Tactical Truck

Nice WWII Heritage, 1951 Jeep Willys M38 Tactical Truck

Found this one pieces of World War II heritage, its so well-known as tactical and support vehicles in front line that was made by Jeep Willys for allied forces during WWII and used in europe and pacific wars. When wars end in 1945 most of them scattered from Europe to Asia Pacific and didn't comeback then was taken into private hands.

As shown here is a remarkable sample of the Willys M38 US Army Jeep for post war period manufactured in 1951 was looking for a new owner.



Daily Driver, 1959 Jeep Willys CJ6 4x4

Daily Driver, 1959 Jeep Willys CJ6 4x4

Daily Driver, 1959 Jeep Willys CJ6 4x4 Clean Original

Here's we found this one American coolest Jeep made by Willys. is a long wheelbase of the Civilian Jeep series commonly known as CJ6 built in 1959 still in original condition. Is quite rare in US, the CJ6 was simply a 20' more longer than CJ5 and was never very popular in the United States but is popular in Sweden and South America on its era.

As we've seen here it could be an perfect sample of the Jeep CJ6 4x4 as its ages and condition, claims is excellent condition as a daily driver car, frame is solid no rust or dent, complete seats but need installed rear seat, uncompleted some instruments on the dash. Not mentioned about restoration or rebuilt, the engine looks strong seemed is always been well cared for. Overall is really fun to kept it, especially like this condition.

The Jeep already offered in Craigslist about 11 days ago, asking for $5600, location in Newport Beach, California only for serious buyers.



Awesome 1977 Jeep Cherokee Chief 4x4

1977 Jeep Cherokee Chief 4x4

Awesome 1977 Jeep Cherokee Chief 4x4

This American classic SUV offered by Jeep, similar to the Wagoneer it's a Cherokee Chief 1977 model year has been fully restored, and clothed in a fairly handsome bright yellow 2-door wagon body has 42000 miles on it. The owner provides very little additional info, just the points, but it’s hard not to be intrigued by the remarkable condition. Find it here on Craigslist posted about a month ago in New Bedford, Massachusetts for $18995.

Custom 1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler 4x4

Custom 1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler 4x4

Custom 1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler 4x4

This a long wheel-base version of the Jeep CJ7 commonly known as the CJ8 Scrambler. It's a custom Jeep CJ8 Scrambler 1984 model year with a lot money invested into it. The CJ8 Scrambler arguably as a 4x4 pickup come with a removable half-cab, but not has a separate pickup bed as usual pickup truck seen, it's unique in its era. This Jeep already posted in Craigslist 20 days ago, asking $26900 location in Sumas, Washington. It worth to consider as a cool custom build outcome of the classic Jeep.

Not many stories was taken from its owner descriptions, he just want let him go for new toys. It a right hand drive car with automatic transmissions has perfect original body frame no dent and rust issue, lets see inside the interior so clean and neat it a simple look, but is really cool perform. The engine looks strong seem has been treated very well too. May it one nice custom Jeeps on trade today. Must see if you are seriously want.



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