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1972 Jeep Wagoneer - Overview - CarGurus

It's big. It's experienced. And it's still just as rough and ready to roll through any off-road trail you desire as it was back in 1972. Of course I'm talking about the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer, the ninth production year of a model that would last 27. With four engine options, an AMC 232 cubic inch I-6, an AMC 258 cubic inch I-6, an AMC 304 cubic inch V-8 or an AMC 360 cubic inch V-8, the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer was a willing participant in just about any sort of activity, with plenty of interior room (and comfort) for either passengers or cargo, and three transmission options (a 3-speed manual, a 4-speed manual, or a 3-speed automatic) to give the driver all the control they wanted.

Even more than three and a half decades later, this institution of a 4x4 SUV can still be found and counted on. It certainly can't compete with the comforts of modern day SUVs, but it certainly has a huge amount of old-world character. And if you know anything about repairing cars, the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer might be a perfect toy to restore and customize. Parts for Jeep Wagoneers are everywhere, both because the entire line was so similar that many parts are interchangeable and because many Jeep enthusiasts and their companies have many parts and additions specifically for the Jeep Wagoneer. 1972 is still long enough ago that it still has the charisma of an old car, but might not have some of the wear of an earlier model, making the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer an ideal SUV for someone in the market for a rough-and-tumble, old-world 4x4.

It's big. It's experienced. And it's still just as rough and ready to roll through any off-road trail you desire as it was back in 1972. Of course I'm talking about the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer, the ninth production year of a model that would last 27. With four engine options, an AMC 232 cubic inch I-6, an AMC 258 cubic inch I-6, an AMC 304 cubic inch V-8 or an AMC 360 cubic inch V-8, the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer was a willing participant in just about any sort of activity, with plenty of interior room (and comfort) for either passengers or cargo, and three transmission options (a 3-speed manual, a 4-speed manual, or a 3-speed automatic) to give the driver all the control they wanted.

Even more than three and a half decades later, this institution of a 4x4 SUV can still be found and counted on. It certainly can't compete with the comforts of modern day SUVs, but it certainly has a huge amount of old-world character. And if you know anything about repairing cars, the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer might be a perfect toy to restore and customize. Parts for Jeep Wagoneers are everywhere, both because the entire line was so similar that many parts are interchangeable and because many Jeep enthusiasts and their companies have many parts and additions specifically for the Jeep Wagoneer. 1972 is still long enough ago that it still has the charisma of an old car, but might not have some of the wear of an earlier model, making the 1972 Jeep Wagoneer an ideal SUV for someone in the market for a rough-and-tumble, old-world 4x4.

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    Does anybody have any idea on the value of my 1972 Jeep Wagoneer? It has 54K original miles, 360 V8, roof rack, and PTO winch? It was given to me and I don't have any room in my driveway for it anymor...

    Does anybody have any idea on the value of my 1972 Jeep Wagoneer? It has 54K original miles, 360 V8, roof rack, and PTO winch? It was given to me and I don't have any room in my driveway for it anymor...