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1978 Jeep Wagoneer Limited 6.6 liter 401 Rust free Arizona Jeep only 90k miles!

1978 Jeep Wagoneer Limited with leather

Make: Jeep
Model: Wagoneer
SubModel: Limited
Type: JEEP, Wagoneer
Trim: Limited with leather
Year: 1978
Mileage: 90502
VIN: J8A15NZ115xxx
Color: Copper
Engine: 401 CID V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Valley City, Ohio, United States
--, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
--, a/c, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats

Description for Jeep Wagoneer 1978

Exceptionally clean desert southwest Wagoneer Limited with the best engine they ever put in a Wagoneer, the 401.
I purchased this rare Jeep from a businessman in Phoenix in February 2019. He was using it as a daily driver in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.It was completely unrestored with approximately 89k miles. I have several before pictures so you can be assured you are getting a clean vehicle. I put a high quality paint job on it along with a new woodgrain kit. The photos don't do the paint justice. It really "pops" in the sunlight. This Wagoneer Limited runs and drives great. The rare 401 engine effortlessly powers the Jeep through any terrain. The normally troublesome power tailgate window works flawlessly. The leather seats are some of the most comfortable I have ever known. The air conditioning blows cold.There are a few things that could be done to take this wagoneer to the next level: there is no radio or radio antenna mast (but the base is on the fender), it needs a headliner and could use new carpeting. The leather seats are extremely comfortable but age cracked NOT ripped. They don't need to be redone necessarily but if you want perfect you would want to recover them. Wagonmaster has completely redone front and rear seats with console (armrest) for $1995 ready to ship. It needs the rubber strip on one of the bumper guards and the corner of one of the bumper chrome needs to be redone. The grill could be reanodized See pics. All told about 3000-3500 to finish this Jeep. None of these things need to be done, I'm just pointing out what is keeping this Wagoneer from being a $50k+ Jeep.The only snow its seen is for the "staged" photos in my driveway. I have never driven it in the snow. The last two photos are prior to the paint being refinished.
I have 4 Wagoneers/Cherokees and am going to sell 2 (the other is a 4 door '77 Cherokee Chief S, dark blue with painted white top and white interior). The other 2 are projects so I guess I'm stuck with those for now.All told, this is an excellent example of one of the most desirable Jeep Wagoneers ever made and will put a smile on the new owners face for years to come.
Please contact me with any questions 216 310-1107 or through ebay