what is the current price for a 1987 jeep grand wagoneer with 147K miles on it.looks to be in good condition but has problems with the back electric window.

Asked by lilcougar Sep 23, 2010 at 12:40 PM about the 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

it has the 360 v8 ,has wood trim which needs some work.fuel mileage isn't great about 20 on the highway/freeway.Has other things that need minor repair.Motor seems to run okay but needs work.
It is a vehicle I looked at locally with the idea of purchasing.

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Hey there, Well condition, and miles is a big factor in the asking price of this Jeep. Now yours I would say would be worth anywhere from $2,500-$3,000, only because I seen 2 other ones for sale with similar miles, one at 140k and one at 152k, one was asking $2,200, and one was asking $2,750, both running with no issues or problems. Now I seen another one for sale with 110k on it, and they were asking close to $11,000 for it. Then of course the price of them can get close to $30,000 if you have like 40,000 miles or less on it. Good luck, I bet your wishing you had 100,000 miles less on yours right about now. Take care.

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first off, i have never heard of one of these getting close to 20mpg and I have 9 of them. yes, 9, and I am an avid fan. they are rated at 14 city and 15 hwy so someone is lying to you is they say 20mpg. mine all average about 12 city and 15 hwy, i did have one that got 16mpg hwy (once). the wood trim kits are now available for purchase aftermarket but the kit does cost $900 if you want perfection. back tailgate window has a safety switch the causes the back window not to work, very common and about a $50 repair. MAKE SURE THE FRAME IS NOT RUSTED, common spot is the gas tank shield and frame at the driver side under the the driver side rear door. seen a lot of people try to patch this area. that and also take a magnet to the rocker panels and rear lower quarter panels, just check to make sure magnet sticks, is it doesn't, means there is a lot of bondo covering rust holes. a decently clean one with out previous body work but minor surface rust bring in between $2000-$5000

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