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[*] posted on 4-3-2017 at 12:05 AM
1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer (Woodie!) for sale


$3,900 Woodie! Located in Baja, can be shown in San Diego for serious buyers. Imported to Mexico, all paperwork and registration current.



180,000 miles. Vehicle is in good shape for it's age, auto windows work with a little nudge now and then :) Heater works, A/C needs gas.
Interior is complete and in good condition except for usual leather cracks on drivers seat.
4x4 works great. Dana 44 axles front and rear.
AMC 360. 2 barrel carb (New/Rebuilt) Runs good! HEI ignition installed last year. Motor just had a light going through with all gaskets replaced.
3 speed 727 Transmission
New Battery from AutoZone w/ 5 year guarantee.
LED Offroad lights
33x10.5 15 BFG KM2 Mud terrain tires. 5k on 'em and in good shape. Matching spare on swing out tire/gas can carrier.


All of the following are BRAND NEW or have less than 500 miles on 'em:

Shocks
Ball Joints
Sway Bar End Links
Tie Rod ends
Brakes


I've taken great care this thing and always keep up on maintenance. I've use it for fishing and camping all over Baja. Selling because I don't use it much any more.
Would be a great vehicle for a South of the Border Adventure, or your second house down there. Can be imported back into the U.S. but I don't know if it will pass CA smog stuff.

Thanks for looking!
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[*] posted on 4-3-2017 at 08:09 AM


What a sweet looking Jeep!
Best of luck selling Chris... I bet you hate to let it go, however?

The Jeep Wagoneer body dates back to 1962 or so... and a two door version became the Cherokee for 1974 model year. Later both were downsized, but the original full-size Wagoneer was renamed 'Grand Wagoneer'... and look at this, 1989! A 1965 Wagoneer was my family's first Baja vehicle.




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[*] posted on 4-10-2017 at 01:55 AM


Thanks David! Yeah, this body style is a classic for sure:)

I've already addressed most of the issues that older Jeeps are known for... I've rebuilt the alternator, the starter, and replaced the orig. coil pack and distributer with a high power HEI unit with the coil on distributer which helped clean up a lot of old wires and really improves the reliability. We also just did a tune up and replaced all the gaskets...the intake gasket, the exhaust gaskets, the valve cover gaskets and so on.

My problem is I keep spending money I don't have just doing projects I think would be cool, and I don't even use it much anymore. I keep talking to a friend that does welding down here about making me a custom roof rack and a front winch bumper (that I would need to buy a winch for) Then sometimes I start thinking about putting a locker in the rear diff. and on and on it goes...:lol:

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[*] posted on 4-10-2017 at 07:06 AM


Thank you for the additional post.
Can you describe the 4WD system a bit? Part time, Select Trac or full time, Command trac? Shift on-the-fly or manual locking hubs if part time? Sweet deal for sure!




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[*] posted on 4-10-2017 at 09:12 AM


Maybe this would be good for Coco. There appears to be enough money available and it's already in Baja, plus all the paperwork is in order.
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Quote: Originally posted by TMW  
Maybe this would be good for Coco. There appears to be enough money available and it's already in Baja, plus all the paperwork is in order.


What a fantastic idea!

And that way I will stop looking at it if it gets an owner. The sooner, the better!
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[*] posted on 4-10-2017 at 01:46 PM


Nope... we just learned (from TW in the other thread) that Coco needs a pickup truck to haul water and gasoline cans in. Unless someone wants to chop the beautiful Wagoneer into a Jeep Gladiator truck!



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[*] posted on 4-11-2017 at 05:13 PM


Hey All! Thanks for the interest! Sorry I haven't checked in much I've been editing a bunch of video...

That would have been pretty cool if it had worked out for Coco :)

David, the 4WD is the Selec-Trac 2WD/4WD system, NP229 with shift-on-the-fly capability; includes low-range (2.6:1)

Here is a link to a page with all the tech. specs. on the vehicle:

http://www.wagonmaster.com/standard.htm




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[*] posted on 4-30-2017 at 09:44 AM


Sunday bump! Still for sale and running good. I took it up to San Diego last weekend for opening day at the yacht clubs...car got lots of thumbs up's from the Tesla and Mercedes drivers:cool:



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Bump it up! :cool::cool::cool:



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It really is a beautiful Wagoneer... If I lived in Baja it would be in my driveway (see I don't hate Jeeps)!



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[*] posted on 5-20-2017 at 12:42 PM


This is just like the Wagoneer my Dad used to drive in the mid 80's. That sure is a beauty, Chris!



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[*] posted on 5-20-2017 at 12:43 PM


Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It really is a beautiful Wagoneer... If I lived in Baja it would be in my driveway (see I don't hate Jeeps)!


If I could only get it back to CA smog standards without costing an arm and a leg...sigh...




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[*] posted on 7-1-2017 at 04:02 PM


SOLD!



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Great news Chris... except I wish it was me! Make Ken Cooke and BajaCat happy if DK owned a Jeep, lol!



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Congratulations on your sale Chris!



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