Jeep Wagoneer 5.9 V8 Limited Wagon 1974


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Kavelnummer: 158 - 23

Kaveltype: % BTW


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  • Brand

  • Jeep

  • Model

  • Wagoneer

  • Type

  • 5.9 V8 Limited Wagon

  • Body

  • Station Wagon

  • Year

  • 1974

  • Registration

  • Dutch documents

  • License plate

  • 35-DH-BH

  • Date of first admission

  • 28-02-1974

  • Date of first admission (NL)

  • 05-08-1999

  • Fuel

  • LPG

  • Odometer reading

  • Miles

  • Color

  • Brown

  • Transmission

  • Automatic

  • LHD or RHD

  • LHD

  • Is in a driving condition

  • Is in a moving condition

  • Valid MOT until

  • 01-08-2024


The 1973 Jeep Wagoneer was a remarkable vehicle that symbolized the transition from utilitarian to luxury motoring. The exterior of the Wagoneer featured a sleek design with distinctive wood accents on the sides, known as "woodgrain" panels, giving the vehicle an iconic and stylish look. The distinctive grille and chrome details further added a touch of elegance. Under the hood is a powerful V8 engine, giving the vehicle excellent performance both on and off-road. With its all-wheel drive, the Wagoneer retained its distinctive off-road capabilities, making it a versatile choice. The Wagoneer's luxurious interior was spacious and offered comfortable seating for multiple passengers. The vehicle was progressive in terms of safety for the time, with features such as an energy-absorbing steering column and optional disc brakes. In addition, convenience and ease of use were emphasized by a practical tailgate and spacious cargo area, making the Wagoneer suitable for both daily use and family adventure trips. The example offered here runs on LPG and, also because of its age, is an attractive choice financially. Both the paint and interior appear to be in original condition. The 1973 Wagoneer was not only recognized as a pioneer in the SUV segment, but also laid the foundation for the later development of luxury SUVs. The vehicle remains an iconic model in the history of the American auto industry, with its combination of style, performance and luxury setting a standard for future generations of SUVs. To get a good idea of the lot, we recommend coming to the viewing day.

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