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Wow, these are amazing. I've had a 81 4 door, a 79 2 door wide track and a 79 j10. I don't have them any more but love em. Mine were beaters. These are way better than new.

http://www.grandwagoneer.com/
 

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I just spent waaaay too much time looking at those restorations. They are absolutely amazing ! Notice he doesn't give the prices though -- I guess if you have to ask you can't afford it.:(
 

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Two things I do not have (besides the vehicles) are time & money and it looks like he spent a lot of both on these vehicles.
 

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Two things I do not have (besides the vehicles) are time & money and it looks like he spent a lot of both on these vehicles.
I think you missed something (unless you were looking at something different than me). This is a business and he restores them to sell for big $$$.
 

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See what I mean, colleagues? That's why I'm bent when I hear Jeep is planning doing a half-baked job of bringing back the Grand Wagoneer when they have a priceless heritage to draw from and do homage to. Bending the Durango sheet metal a little and foisting the resulting POS on us as a "Grand Wagoneer" is chicken s**t. :mah:
 

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Check out wagonmaster.com for great restorations of Grand Wagoneers at more manageable prices.
 
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