1987 Jeep XJ Grand Wagoneer – Gardener, KS

Seller offering a 2-owner 1987 Jeep XJ Grand Wagoneer with 133,060 miles for $3,500.   Seller is the 2nd owner of the vehicle.  XJ version with Grand Wagoneer wood/chrome trim and fog lights mounted tot he front bumper.  Seller has put in a new readiator, waterpump, thermostat, and alternator.  Seller also discloses that there are several rust spots, one fender has a dent due to a tire blow out, an exhaust leak, and the radio is not working.

The XJ series Jeep was meant to replace the larger SJ beginning in 1984.   A ladder-boxed chassis integrated into a single monocoque unit rather than body-on-fram construction, the XJ offered a lightweight and sturdy 4×4.  The “Wagoneer” and “Wagoneer Limited” trim packages had a slightly different grille, upgraded interior, wood trim interior and the “Wagoneer” vinyl exterior. This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is for sale in Gardener, Kansas. Check out seller’s listing on Craigslist for full details and contact information.


4 thoughts on “1987 Jeep XJ Grand Wagoneer – Gardener, KS

    • GarageLust KC

      We love the classic Cherokee – especially with the Wagoneer trim. Sign-up for the daily email and forward to your friends. We appreciate it!

  1. Alex

    Low mileage and mint condition Limited and Wagoneer trim XJ’s are going to be hot in the next 5 years. Not quite as classy as the Range Rover but a hell of a lot more dependable and cheaper to maintain. Hopefully no one chops this one up.

  2. 85Hawk

    Agree with @Alex. I’ve had 3 jeeps and all of been rock solid – particularly these 1st generation Cherokees. Probably my favorite, and most dependable, was my 1992 Laredo. Dark navy, cloth interior, and no tint. Only complaint is cup holders. This was before the age of cup holders and we had one hanging from the driver’s side window. Glad to see this one is in relatively good condition.

    Curious if there is much of a supply of aftermarket parts/trim for these Cherokees and the cost to restore one of these. At just $3,500 this couldn’t be too risky?