1964 Jeep

Wagoneer V8




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1964 Jeep

Wagoneer V8


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The go-anywhere Jeep Wagoneer was a precursor of the modern luxury sport utility vehicle. According to the seller, this Wagoneer was a barn find that was the recipient of a three-year, $30,000 refurbishment under his ownership. Highlights include a re-spray in blue with a white top, refreshed interior, an upgraded 5.9L V8 engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission, and installation of a Vintage Air climate-control system. Factory seatbelts, power windows, and a roll-up tailgate window are niceties that were uncommon at the time. With its combination of classic styling and selected updates, this Jeep Wagoneer makes for a great companion.

Vehicle Information

LocationHonolulu, Hawaii 96822
VIN / Chassis141420569
Mileage17,134 Miles Shown - TMU
Engine5.9L V8
Transmission3-Speed Automatic
Exterior ColorSky Blue/White
Interior ColorBeige
Title StatusClean (Hawaii)
Loan StatusNo loan

Seller Information

Vehicle History & Overview

This Jeep Wagoneer was reportedly acquired by the seller as a barn find in 2014 and subsequently shipped to him in Japan. According to the seller, he then spent the next three years and over $30,000 refurbishing the Wagoneer -- including painting the vehicle in its current two-tone scheme, refreshing the interior with new upholstery, headliner, and carpets, installing a 5.9L V8 engine and 3-speed automatic transmission from a 1988 Wagoneer, and adding a Vintage Air A/C system. In 2017, the Jeep was moved to Hawaii with the seller, where it currently resides.

The Jeep Wagoneer debuted in November 1962 as a replacement for the aging Willys Jeep Station Wagon. Like its predecessor, the Wagoneer was based on a full-size truck chassis. However, it featured a station-wagon style body that was more car-like than other offerings. The interior was more car-like and luxurious as well, offering niceties such as power windows, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and seating for six occupants. Optional safety equipment included the seatbelts shown on this example. Jeep Wagoneer production ended in 1991 after nearly 30 years.


  • Luggage rack

  • Trailer hitch

  • Power windows

  • Roll-up tailgate window

  • Wood-rimmed steering wheel

  • Seat-belts


  • Re-spray in Sky Blue with white top

  • 15-inch alloy wheels

  • Vintage Air under-dash air-conditioning system

  • Auxiliary gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level

  • JVC AM/FM/CD stereo

  • 5.9L V8 engine and 3-speed automatic transmission


There are various exterior/interior cosmetic imperfections, as shown below and in the main photo gallery.

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