The Jeep Wagoneer was the very first luxury 4WD, with production running from 1963 to 1991. An SUV long before the term was even coined, the Wagoneer went on to enjoy the third longest production run in U.S. automotive history.
It offered features unheard of at the time in a vehicle of the type, such as independent front suspension, automatic transmission and power steering.
Add to the list air conditioning, power brakes, power tailgate and a seven-position tilt steering wheel and we begin to see the revolutionary new ground being laid by the Jeep Wagoneer.
This vintage example from 1967 sports the 327 AMC engine, before the 350 Buick was adopted the following year. Only around 1,300 examples of the Super were produced between late ‘65 and late ’67 in this Vigilante V8 engine and dual-carburetor configuration. The Super version was eventually discontinued altogether in 1969.