Under Restoration – Estimated completion date April – Reserve Now!
Grand Wagoneer by Classic Gentleman, leading buyer, restorer and seller of low mile, excellent condition Grand Wagoneers always has a prime selection of vintage Grands undergoing restoration works. Many of these pieces are reserved before works are completed and never make it into our available inventory.
The production of Grand Wagoneers came to a sad close in 1991. The final 1991 production year run was very small with only 1560 rolling out of the factory, down from a high of 28,871 units in 1978. That created a rare, highly sought after Final Edition collectible. Grand Wagoneers are predicted to enjoy steady price appreciation over the next decade and the rare ’91 Final Edition will be the most sought after.year. If you’re looking to own a true piece of Grand Wagoneer history, this is it. Plus, with this one color converted to the most rare of 1991 factor colors….Spinnaker Blue Metallic, you have here one of the most favored and trendy collectible vintage Grands. See the Restoration Page on our website for detailed information on our restoration process.
All but 2,000 of her 126,830 miles have been in states registered below the Mason Dixon Line. Thanks to that fortunate circumstance, this Grand has a strong frame and undercarriage. Carfax and Autocheck confirm both the low 126,xxx miles (which equate to just 4,500 miles per year) and the long southern registry.
Some highlights of our restoration works include:
Our mechanical & electrical sorting is likewise comprehensive with MODERN FUEL INJECTION being fitted to this Final Edition along with a host of other mechanical works being performed.
Why buy from a Grand Wagoneer specialist? For us the answer is simple- our entire focus is on Grand Wagoneers and we know these unique vehicles inside and out. When you purchase a Classic Gentleman Wagoneer it has been thoroughly inspected and all necessary work completed by professional mechanics, some with over forty years of Wagaoneer experience. We purchase fine example Jeeps from a variety of sources including other dealers and private parties. We are often told by the seller, “My Jeep is excellent and needs nothing” however, being in this profession, we know to expect and plan for a great deal of sorting.
Remember the average age of these vehicles is thirty years more or less, and even with loving care many mechanical parts have aged and worn accordingly. Purchase a Wagoneer from a source other than a specialist and odds are that you may experience servicing and repair costs that may dampen your joy and enthusiasm for that Wagoneer that you always wanted. You may only own one of these in your lifetime, while we buy, fully sort and sell dozens and dozens per year. That is a lot of practice and when a Classic Gentleman Grand Wagoneer arrives at your home, it is a special occasion. It will be in beautiful condition and ready to drive and enjoy. Yes, our sales are as-is, but as you will see from our detailed document files, she has been looked after closely. Our goal is to see that the joy and enthusiasm of Grand Wagoneer ownership begins immediately with your purchase and that it will be there for years to come.
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 deal honestly and work hard to insure a happy buyer. You will never be pressured or chased for a sale but given all the time needed to insure if a purchase is right for you. Guided by these principals, our modestly sized niche dealership has built a loyal and devoted customer base spanning 5 continents.
Please ring us directly if one of our in restoration pieces enjoys your interest.
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