I also have a 1991 Grand Wagoneer with the papers from the original owner showing the new purchase in October of 1990, $30,000. It however does not have a plaque indicating a final edition. Does anyone have a history as to how these plates were placed?
I am the second owner of a 1991 Jeep GW. It is truly a remarkable vehicle. I continue to feel pride when I can drive it in spite of the fuel economy. I do not have a plaque on my dash to indicate that it is one of the 1,560 from the last production. How do I determine when my vehicle was actually completed in terms of the 1,560? Does the VIN reveal this information?
I have an all original 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer that I know for a fact will out-shine any final edition wagoneer on its best day. My Jeep is all original with the chrome still shinning on the center caps, trimming and roof racks. I only drive “Tha Woody” every blue moon due to the fuel economy and me not being much of a SUV/Truck driving person. But whenever there is a time to grab a load, pull the boat or the classic Chevrolet. It’s done in style while being hauled by my classic “Woody”.
Each time I pull “Tha Woody” out on a Saturday or Sunday. The Woody has them all wanting to take a picture or saying that classic phrase “Interested In Selling It, She’s A Real Beauty”!
Brand new white wall tire, polished/painted original rims, great wood trim and paint makes my jeep one of the best located in Southern California.
I don't know. I too have a 1991 Grand Wagoneer without the dash final edition plaque. I would like to find out the same information.
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