1977 JEEP WAGONEER
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.
With the V8s the primary choice among Wagoneer buyers, the 258 cu in (4.2 L) six-cylinder engine was dropped in the 1970s, only to return as an option when Jeep sales – particularly of the high-volume Cherokee – were hit by the 1979 energy crisis. When reintroduced, the engine came with a manual transmission as standard equipment, but in 1983, automatic transmissions with “Selec-Trac” four-wheel drive became standard. With this combination, the Wagoneer achieved EPA fuel-consumption estimates of 18 mpg‑US city and 25 mpg‑US highway – outstanding for a full-size SUV. This allowed the company to advertise good fuel mileage, although the more powerful 360 V8 remained popular with certain buyers despite its greater thirst for fuel.
Our 1977 Wagoneer had a complete restoration process to ORIGINAL SPECS:
Engine: 258 I-6 Engine: Complete engine overhaul that has run less than 1,000 miles with new carburetor.
Transmission: Classic 3-Speed Manual.
Extras: A/C, Power Steering & 4x4.
Complete Interior Restoration : Upholstery, Door Panels, Carpet, Weatherstrips, Accessories, Chrome Parts, Dashboard & Interior Lights.
Complete Exterior Restoration : Paint, No Rust, White Line Tires, Rims, Weatherstrips, Woodgrain, Suspension, Brakes, Accessories, Chrome Parts, Complete Exterior Lights.
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