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1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer 4x4 Final Edition One Of Only 27 Made In Spinnaker Blue on 2040-cars

Year:1991 Mileage:0 Color: Blue /
 Sand
Location:

Signal Mountain, Tennessee, United States

Signal Mountain, Tennessee, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:Wagon
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:V8
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:

Used

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 1J4GS5879MP801525
Year: 1991
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Jeep
Model: Wagoneer
Trim: Four Door
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, CD Player
Drive Type: Automatic
Power Options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Mileage: 0
Sub Model: Limited
Exterior Color: Blue
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Sand

starting at auction for under 5K with no reserve is a 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Limited...the final year they were made. There were only 1560 wagoneers built for the 1991 model year making them the most desirable.  On top of that this Wagoneer is the custom color of Spinnaker Blue Metallic of only which 27 were ordered and produced. This vehicle is also a "Limited" which are rare also.  So we can accurately say that this is one of the few 1991 Grand Wagoneers Limited in Spinnaker Blue Metallic. 

A 1991 Spinnaker Blue Wagoneer in pristine condition just sold in July on Ebay for $31,102 (Auction 161369949083). It had a factory sunroof so it was EXTRA rare.  Current NADA book value for 1991 Wagoneers is $20,600 high retail / $12,350 average retail / $6900 low retail.  These prices do not take into account the rarity of the color.  The original MSRP sticker price for a 1991 Wagoneer was $29,065.  It was the Escalade or Range Rover of it's day.

This 1991 Wagoneer is NOT in pristine condition. There are dents on the sides of the vehicle and a large rust hole below the rear door on the driver's side.  There is some rust under the vehicle that I have tried to accurately show in the photos.  This is a project vehicle for someone that is skilled at body and paint work that wants an iconic vehicle for their own collection or wants a nice platform to turn a nice profit on a highly sought after vehicle.

The odometer works and currently reads 14,350.  The previous owner had the engine rebuilt six to seven years ago and thinks it got reset then.  The previous owner owned it for nearly twenty years and drove it sparingly over the last eight to ten. It is possible that the mileage is 114,350 or more.  There is not a zero or a one in front of the 14,350.  I can not give an actual honest mileage for the vehicle and will sign the title over as such to the winning bidder. 

There  For the good news the rebuilt engine runs very smoothly at 65-70 MPH with no knocks or pings and it leaks no fluids.  I just had a new catalytic converter installed and it passed the local emissions test in my county.  The transmission shifts very well. The 4X4 mechanism is in good working order. The seats are in fair condition with some cracking but no major rips or tears.  The original super plush shag carpet that Jeep used for these vehicles has some spots but no tears.  The dash is in good condition. There are no cracks in any of the glass or mirrors. The cruise control, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats all work well.  All of the gauges work well except for the gas gauge.  All of the lights and turn indicators work well.  The Sony detachable face stereo/CD player (not original) sounds great with the original Jensen speakers.  There are four speakers and fortunately Jeep mounted them down low so they have not gotten sun baked over the years.  The Michelin tires show a good amount of tread remaining (the spare tire has the fourth original factory aluminum wheel on it like the other three) .  The Warn wench shown on the front of the vehicle is in good working order and will be included with your purchase. 

I have tried to include enough photos so that you can accurately judge the condition of the vehicle.  Satisfaction is guaranteed.  I want the new owner to be delighted with their new purchase.  If you are the winning bidder and then see/drive it in person and do not want it I will refund your $500 deposit and offer it to the next highest bidder.  Please forward any questions that you may have or requests for pictures of a particular part of the vehicle. If you wish, if you are renting a car one way to come pick it up I will meet you with the Jeep at a car rental office in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Happy Trails!



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