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Grand Wagoneer by Classic Gentleman, internationally recognized as a leading buyer, restorer and seller of low mile excellent condition Grand Wagoneers, presents this stunning 62,800 mile Dover Gray Metallic 1990 Grand.
This flat out gorgeous Wagoneer has under 4,000 miles accumulated since her Wagonmaster restoration. We purchased this '90 from a industrialist/classic car enthusiast whose sizable collection of vintage vehicles were all kept in climate controlled storage and looked after with an open checkbook. We have likewise updated and refreshed her for the next enthusiast classic SUV owner.
Carfax confirms the low miles as original, no accidents reported against this Grand and 100% registry in road salt free states in the far west or deep south. Strong undercarriages and frames are vital for Wagoneers and this one is solid.
The Dover Gray Metallic paint, wood siding and wood trim, along with the exterior chrome and aluminum pieces remain in overall excellent condition from the Wagonmaster restoration with just the slightest ageing and wear. The factory correct whitewall tires are new, just fitted, balanced and aligned.
The sand leather interior cabin is likewise in marvelous condition, as the images portray. The power options are all in working order including the sunroof, power windows, door locks, seats, side mirrors, cruise control and air conditioning. The modern AM/FM/CD stereo is also equipped with satellite radio and Bluetooth options. A modern rear view backup camera has also been fitted, along with back up sensors. All the floor carpeting is new and has just been installed along with new custom Grand Wagoneer floor mats provided to protect the new carpeting.
The mechanics, electricals and 4 wheel drive system have all been looked after by our mechanics and she is ready for the trail. Importantly, this Wagoneer has been updated with modern fuel injection so no more romancing the old carburetor will ever be needed by the next owner.
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. 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 an abundant number of Wagoneers year after 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 can see, we look after our pieces from nose to tail. 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. Guided by these principals, our modestly sized niche dealership has built a loyal and devoted customer base spanning 5 continents. You are welcome to ring 724-996-1288 for a cordial discussion regarding this example or any other in our current or soon to be on offer extensive inventory.
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