1977 Jeep Wagoneer ‘Woodsman’

Feb 21, 2019

Category: Rides

With manufacturing dates that range from 1963 to 1993, the Jeep Wagoneer claims the title of the world’s first luxury 4×4 vehicle and was actually first developed to replace the Willys Jeep Station Wagon that came before it. And while it was a big success for the brand for many years, it was discontinued due to a steep increase in U.S. gas prices. If you look hard enough, however, you can still find some magnificent examples up for sale, like this 1977 year model.

Located in Portland, Oregon, this 1977 Jeep Wagoneer is remarkably original, featuring its stock AMC 360 V8 engine under the hood. And while she’s not a horsepower monster, the power plant is clean and ready to roll — which is more than we can say for the majority of cars from the same era. The forest green exterior with the Wagoneer’s iconic wood-paneled sides is complemented beautifully by its gorgeous retro interior — marked by tan leather and cream-colored tartan cloth seats and plush shag carpeting. With 85,000 miles on the odometer, this vintage off-roader can be yours, but you’ll have to call about pricing.

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