If you’re in the market for a very clean Jeep Wagoneer, we might have found the perfect truck for you. This ’70 Wagoneer is gorgeous both inside and out. Under the hood you’ll find the “Dauntless” Buick 350 V8 that uses a cast iron block and cylinder heads with overhead valves and hydraulic lifters. The Buick 350 was used from ’69 to ’70 in J-series pickups and Wagoneer’s. The Dauntless in this Waggie has been rebuilt by R & R Engines in Seattle, Wa. The V8 is paired with a Turbo 400 and Dana 20 Transfer Case and Dana 44 out back. There are approximately 4,500 miles on the motor transmission since the rebuild. The seller has all the receipts and documentation of the rebuild.
According to the seller, “the body of this Jeep is in almost perfect condition. There is no BONDO on this truck at all.” The paint on the Waggie is in very good shape as well with some metallic flakes mixed in with the base color. According to the seller, the previous owner said the Jeep Wagoneer was painted again due to sun fade.
The Jeep Wagoneer has a 4 inch suspension lift kit with Rancho RS 5000 shocks. The driveshaft was lengthened to accommodate the suspension lift. The rear tailgate has a hand crank to roll down the window. It was changed from the original electric motor when a replacement could not be located. The motor and toggle switch are still installed on the truck in case the future owner wants to switch it back. All of the emblems on the truck have the original enamel paint and are in good condition. The Waggie sits on 33″ BFG All Terrains mounted on 15″ x 10″ American Eagles. The tires have about 5,500 miles on them since purchased.
The interior on this Jeep Wagoneer was done by Classic Car Restorations in Ballard, Washington. According to the seller, “we kept the original frames of the bench seats and the back cloths of each. The seats were covered with black naugahyde vinyl with the seat inserts being marathon commercial grade upholstery in black. The floor mats were hand-made as well and the carpet itself is OEM black.” The dash, steering wheel, door panels, headliner, seat frames, and interior paint are original. The glove box works and has an oil and temperature gauge inside of it. The seller added an in dash Alpine CD/mp3 player and a Focal 4 channel 400 watt amp with Focal speakers.
A couple other things of note. Since the website was made, the owner has added disc brakes to the front and new drums in the rear. The Wagoneer is currently garaged in Houston, TX. The 1970 Jeep Wagoneer is listed for $23,200 OBO. For more details and photos of this gorgeous Waggie, take a look at the website.