JEEPS BY YEAR

Jeep Wagoneer & Grand Wagoneer Production 1963 to 1991

The following details have been gleaned from the extensive Wagoneer World literature collection, which includes original dealer brochures, news articles, books, first-hand research through Jeep and the Jeep history archives, interviews with current and former Jeep employees, and other official sources. While we can't guarantee the accuracy of all details 100%, this information represents what we believe to be a complete and comprehensive compilation. We are proud to do our small part to help preserve and promote the great history of the Jeep Wagoneer and its amazing 29-year production run from 1963 to 1991. Please send us your comments, additions or corrections to the following.

1991 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 1,560)

  • Interior Color Options: Dark Sand, Cordovan
  • Exterior Color Options: Bright White, Black, Black Cherry Pearl Coat, Dark Cordovan Pearl Coat, Spinnaker Blue Metallic, Midnight Blue Metallic, Hunter Green Metallic, Silver Star Metallic, and Gray Mist Metallic.
  • Notes: Final Edition Year/Limited Production! With only 1,560 produced, low-mileage '91's are hard to come by. For original owner's who requested one, the '91's came equipped with a Final Edition interior badge. Within the produced '91's, only an estimated 150 were made in Hunter Green, one of the most sought-after and rarest factory original colors.

1990 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 6,449)

  • Interior Color Options: Sand or Cordovan
  • Exterior Color Options: Bright White, Black, Black Cherry Pearl Coat, Sand Metallic, Sterling Metallic, Dover Gray Metallic, and Dark Baltic Blue Metallic.

1989 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 10,159)

  • Interior Color Options: Sand or Cordovan
  • Exterior Color Options: Bright White, Black, Black Cherry Pearl Coat, Sand Metallic, Sterling Metallic, Dover Gray Metallic, and Dark Baltic Blue Metallic.
  • Notes: Model Change Year -- highlights include the addition of an overhead console with map lights, temperature and compass, remote-control entry system, the addition of a rear window wiper/washer and a tailgate protective cap.

1988 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 14,117)

  • Interior Color Options: Tan or Cordovan
  • Exterior Color Options: Pearl White, Classic Black, Buff Yellow, Sterling Silver Metallic, Dover Gray Metallic, Dark Baltic Blue Metallic, Grenadine Metallic, Briarwood Metallic, Medium Bronze Metallic.
  • Notes: First year where all exterior paint options include a clearcoat. An upgraded audio system and new optional power sunroof highlight changes in '88.

1987 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 14,265)

  • Interior Color Options: Tan or Cordovan
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Beige, Deep Night Blue, Briarwood Metallic, Grenadine Metallic, Charcoal Metallic, Sterling Silver Metallic, Champagne Metallic, Dark Pewter Metallic.
  • Notes: Very subtle changes, including new interior colors and removal of the door pull on the interior door panels. Last year to use wheels with gold inlays. Historic year as Chrysler bought American Motors Company and the Jeep brand.

1986 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 17,254)

  • Interior Color Options: Honey or Garnet
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Beige, Deep Night Blue, Charcoal Metallic, Sterling Metallic, Champagne Metallic, Dark Honey Metallic, Dark Brown Metallic, Garnet Metallic
  • Notes: Significant Model Change Year -- highlights include a re-designed instrument panel with improved climate control, revamped steering column with stalks for lights & wiper/washer controls, new dash with woodgrain overlay, new steering wheel, new exterior front grille & headlamp treatment, lines on exterior wood grain moulding are changed and new stand-up Jeep hood ornament added.

1985 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 17,814)

  • Interior Color Options: Honey or Garnet
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Almond Beige, Deep Night Blue, Medium Green Metallic, Sterling Metallic, Champagne Metallic, Dark Honey Metallic, Dark Brown Metallic, Garnet Metallic
  • Notes: Full padded vinyl padded roof available in White, Black, Almond, Dark Blue or Garnet. Still available with the optional 4.2L 6-cylinder engine

1984 Grand Wagoneer (Produced: 20,019)

  • Interior Color Options: Almond or Nutmeg
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Almond Beige, Deep Night Blue, Nordic Green, Silver Metallic, Champagne Metallic, Cinnamon Metallic, Chestnut Brown Metallic, Garnet Metallic
  • Notes: The full-size Wagoneer line is consolidated into one offering, the fully loaded and namesake that would take it to the end of the line -- The Grand Wagoneer nameplate hits the market.

1983 Limited, Brougham (Produced: 18,478)

  • Interior Color Options: Nutmeg or Beige
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Copper Brown Metallic, Deep Night Blue, Deep Maroon Metallic, Vintage Red, Mist Silver Metallic, Sherwood Green Metallic, Topaz Gold Metallic, Chestnut Brown Metallic.
  • Notes: The full-size Wagoneer line is consolidated to two options by dropping the Custom model.

1982 Limited, Brougham, Custom (Produced: 18,709)

  • Interior Color Options: Custom: Beige, Blue or Black; Brougham: Beige, Blue, Black or Nutmeg; Limited: Nutmeg, Beige
  • Exterior Color Options: Olympic White, Classic Black, Copper Brown Metallic, Deep Night Blue, Door Maroon, Vintage Red, Mist Silver Metallic, Sherwood Green Metallic, Topaz Gold, Slate Blue, Chestnut Brown Metallic.

1981 Limited, Brougham, Custom (Produced: 13,741)

  • Interior Color Options: Custom: Beige, Blue or Black; Brougham: Beige, Blue, Black or Nutmeg; Limited: Nutmeg, Beige
  • Exterior Color Options: Cameo Tan, Vintage Red Metallic, Olympic White, Classic Black, Autumn Gold, Moonlight Blue, Steel Gray Metallic, Dark Brown Metallic, Deep Maroon Metallic, Copper Brown Metallic, Oriental Red, Montana Blue, Sherwood Green Metallic and Chestnut Brown Metallic.
  • Notes: Wagoneer line is expanded to include the new Brougham model, featuring all the Custom model items, plus additional trim and convenience items.

1980 Limited, Two-Tone Wagoneer, Standard (Produced: 10,481)

  • Interior color options: Wagoneer: Black, Blue, Tan, and Garnett. Limited: Nutmeg or Garnett
  • Exterior color options: Cameo Tan, Alpaca Brown Metallic, Dark Green Metallic, Teal Blue, Russet Metallic, Bordeaux Metallic, Black, Smoke Gray Metallic, Dark Brown Metallic, Saxon Yellow, Navy Blue, Cardinal Red, Olympic White and Caramel.

1979 Limited, Two-Tone Wagoneer, Standard (Produced: 27,437)

  • Interior color options: Black, Tan, Blue or Garnett
  • Exterior color options: Olympic White, Arrowhead Silver Metallic, Classic Black, Morocco Buff, Alpaca Brown Metallic, Sable Brown Metallic, Cumberland Green Metallic, Saxon Yellow, Mandarin Orange, Russet Metallic and Bordeaux Metallic.

1978 Limited, Standard (Produced: 28,871)

  • Interior color options: Black, Tan, Blue or Garnett in solid colors. Plaid fabric options of tan, gray, garnet, or blue.
  • Exterior color options: Sand Tan, Golden Ginger, Mocha Brown, Loden Green, Alpine White, Classic Black, Pewter Gray Metallic, Firecracker Red, Sunshine Yellow, Autumn Red Metallic, and Captain Blue Metallic.
  • Notes: 1) Jeep introduces the Wagoneer Limited model -- described as a huge success, the introduction of the Limited positioned the Wagoneer line as upscale vs. competing vehicles from Ford and Chevy. 2) The Limited included all the standard features on Wagoneers such as Quadra-Trac, power steering, disc brakes, automatic transmission and carpeting. The Limited also added, as standard features, real leather front bucket seats, cruise control, air conditioning, tinted glass, power tailgate window, AM/FM/CB radio, roof rack, leather-wrapped steering wheel, forged aluminum wheels with a 4-barrel, 401-V8 as an option over the standard 2-barrel, 360-V8.

1977 Custom, Standard (Produced: 20,298)

  • Interior color options: Blue, Green, Black or Buff and Potomac Stripe Fabric in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Sand Tan, Dark Cocoa Brown, Renegade Orange, Reef Green Metallic, Alpine White, Classic Black, Pewter Gray Metallic, Firecracker Red, Sunshine Yellow, Nautical Blue, and Medium Blue Metallic.

1976 Custom, Standard (Produced: 21,912)

  • Interior color options: Blue, Green, Black or Buff and Potomac Stripe Fabric in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Sand Tan, Dark Cocoa Brown, Renegade Orange, Reef Green Metallic, Alpine White, Classic Black, Pewter Gray Metallic, Firecracker Red, Sunshine Yellow, Nautical Blue, and Medium Blue Metallic.
  • Notes: The Jeep Wagoneer receives a stiffer frame and improved front suspension, including redesigned straight-through steering linkage.

1975 Custom, Standard (Produced: 16,708)

  • Interior color options: Blue, Green, Black or Buff and Derby Check Fabric or Sports Knit vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Alpine White, Raven Black, Fawn Beige, Mellow Yellow, Trans-Am Red, Copper Metallic, Green Apple, Reef Green Metallic, Pewter Gray Metallic and Medium Blue Metallic

1974 Custom, Standard (Produced: 13,746)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Regatta Pleated Fabric or Tru-Knit vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Mellow Yellow, Silver Green Metallic, Jetset Blue Metallic, Golden Tan Metallic, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.
  • Notes: Introduction of the full size Jeep Cherokee (essentially a replacement for the 2-door Wagoneer, which was dropped after 1968).

1973 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Leo Pleated Fabric or Uganda Perforated Pleated vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Tan Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Daisy Yellow, Avocado Mist Metallic, Jetset Blue Metallic, Butterscotch Gold, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.
  • Notes: AMC introduced Quadra-Trac full-time four-wheel-drive system (after more than four years in development). Allowed Jeep vehicles to be run in 4WD at all times regardless of road conditions.

1972 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Fabric or Pleated vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Tan Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Daisy Yellow, Avocado Mist Metallic, Mint Julep Green, Jetset Blue Metallic, Butterscotch Gold, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.

1971 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Fabric or Pleated vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Tan Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Daisy Yellow, Avocado Mist Metallic, Jetset Blue Metallic, Butterscotch Gold, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.

1970 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Fabric or Pleated vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Tan Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Daisy Yellow, Avocado Mist Metallic, Jetset Blue Metallic, Butterscotch Gold, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.

1969 Super, Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Green, Black or Buff and Fabric or Pleated vinyl in same colors for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: Champagne White, Copper Tan Metallic, Trans-Am Red, Daisy Yellow, Avocado Mist Metallic, Jetset Blue Metallic, Butterscotch Gold, Fawn Beige, and Fairway Green Metallic.

1968 Super, Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Marlin Blue, Charcoal or Rawhide or optional pleated Charcoal or President Red vinyl for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: President Red, Glacier White, Empire Blue, Bronze Mist, Prairie Gold, Spruce Tip and Gold Beige.
  • Notes: The AMC Vigilante V-8 engine phased out in favor of the new Buick 350 engine. Last year of the two-door Wagoneer.

1967 Super, Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Marlin Blue, Charcoal or Rawhide or optional pleated Charcoal or President Red vinyl for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: President Red, Glacier White, Indian Ceramic, Marlin Blue, Empire Blue, Bronze Mist, Prairie Gold, Spruce Tip and Gold Beige.

1966 Super, Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Marlin Blue, Charcoal or Rawhide or optional pleated Charcoal or President Red vinyl for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: President Red, Glacier White, Indian Ceramic, Marlin Blue, Empire Blue, Bronze Mist, Prairie Gold, Spruce Tip and Gold Beige.
  • Notes: 1) Historic introduction of the Super Wagoneer (the original luxury sport utility vehicle) and pre-cursor to the fully loaded Limited/Grand Wagoneer. 2) Model Change Year -- A new, sider grille is introduced, along with new chrome tail light trim and aluminum accent panel.
1965 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)
  • Interior color options: Marlin Blue, Charcoal or Rawhide or optional pleated Charcoal or President Red vinyl for Custom model.
  • Exterior color options: President Red, Champagne White, Sprucetip Green Metallic, Prairie Gold, Spring Green, Empire Blue Metallic, Burnished Bronze Metallic, Avocado Mist Metallic and Vintage Gold Metallic.
  • Notes: New optional engine upgrade available to the AMC Vigilante V-8 engine.
1964 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)
  • Interior color options: Nordic Blue, Sylvan Green and Amber Metallic.
  • Exterior color options: White Cap, Spruce Tip Green, Parkway Green, President Red, Nordic Blue, Sierra Blue, Parade Blue, Jet Line Gray, Tree Bark Brown and Amber Metallic.

1963 Custom, Standard (Produced: N/A)

  • Interior color options: Nordic Blue, Sylvan Green and Amber Metallic.
  • Exterior color options: White Cap, Spruce Tip Green, Parkway Green, President Red, Nordic Blue, Sierra Blue, Parade Blue, Jet Line Gray, Tree Bark Brown and Amber Metallic.
  • Notes: 1) Historic introduction of the Jeep Wagoneer -- presented as a totally new station wagon with 2 and 4-wheel drive models, 2-door and 4-door body styles, the Wagoneer is slated as the world's most sensible family car. 2) Model Introduction Year -- Styled for beauty ... built for duty! Offered features never-before available in a 4x4 vehicle, including independent front suspension and automatic transmission. Touted overhead cam "Tornado" engine. 3) A design so sound that it would define the 4-Wheel Drive utility market until its demise in 1991.