1984 Jeep Wagoneer 4x4 - V6 - 2.8L. Beautiful Condition. This vehicle was my Mother's. My Dad bought it for her brand new when the model came out. She rarely drove it because she had another car as well. (My Dad used to manage a car Dealership, so we had lots of vehicles.) The 76,104 Miles (give or take a hundred once it is sold) are original miles. It still has her CB installed. There is an am/fm radio/cassette player, She and my father both passed in 2016 at 90 years of age. I was going to keep the Jeep, but I decided to sell it. I couldn't bring myself to drive it much because I did not want to add miles to this beautiful classic. So, I thought "What is the point of keeping it if I'm not going to drive it?". So now, at 71 years old, I decided to sell it. My parents always called it their "Little Jewel", I'm hoping someone else will feel the same way about it. I found this information on the 1984 Jeep Wagoneer on Wikipedia.
Jeep Wagoneer (SJ)
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The Jeep Wagoneer is a luxury 4x4 sold and produced for Jeep by several automakers from 1962 to 1991. Marketed as a station wagon, the pioneering design created the luxury 4X4 niche and became known in time as a "sport utility vehicle" (SUV). The 4WD Wagoneer stayed in production for 29 model-years (1963–1991) with almost unchanged body-structure, making it the third longest-produced single generation car in U.S. automotive history.
It was introduced in November 1962 for the 1963 model year as a successor to the Willys Jeep Station Wagon that had been built since 1946. Although sharing a pickup truck chassis (like its predecessor), the Wagoneer had a sophisticated station wagon body design, that was more carlike than any other 4x4 on the market. Compared with offerings from GM, Ford, International Harvester, and Land Rover — which were producing utilitarian work-oriented vehicles with spartan truck-like interiors — the Wagoneer's luxury set it apart. Together with the Gladiator Truck, the revolutionary Wagoneer SJ platform sported an advanced overhead cam straight-six engine, and offered features unheard of at the time in any other mainstream 4WD vehicle, such as independent front suspension, power steering, automatic transmission, a factory radio and optional air-conditioning.
The Wagoneer made its debut seven years before Land Rover launched its Range Rover in Great Britain, 18 years before the 4-door, and 24 years before that upscale marque appeared in the US. It was replaced by the smaller Jeep Grand Cherokee.