I'm guessing some of you saw the 1966 Super Wagoneer on ebay a month or so ago. Any way I cautiously optimistically bought it. It was delivered the other day and I am pleasantly surprised. I'd love input an any information any of you may have to add.
It's a 1966 Super Wagoneer S/N 1414D 100037. Does anyone know of any Super Wagoneer with any lower serial number?
All of the paperwork from new was with this thing, sales brochures, owners manuals, all registrations from new. Here's what I think some of the interesting parts are:
It was first registered with the state of Washington on Feb. 16, 1966. These weren't available to the public until Feb. 23, 1966. The list price was just over $6,100.00. The first owner paid $4,400.00 with no lien holder. The first owner was......Edgar F. Kaiser, son of Henry Kaiser, owner of Kaiser Jeep!!!! Edgar F. Kaiser owned it until his death in 1982, then his son Edgar F. Kaiser, Jr. owned it. Jr. owned the Denver Broncos along with many other things.
It has 51,xxx original very well documented original miles. Everything is there, both gunsights, original mag hubcaps with the knock offs, all badging, everything is 100% original and present. It does need a registration, but is in overall great shape.
Here's my questions: Does the ownership history have any effect on value? Is there any lower serial numbered units out there? If anyone has any more information about supers in general, like how many were made, how many still exist, etc. Thanks and I'm looking forward to being on the forum.
That's the one. Is really in better shape than it looks, surprisingly. I think this one goes back to original.
Sorry I didn't introduce myself. My name is Garey and I've owned Jeeps most of my adult life.
Currently have a 1982 Scrambler with an LS1 motor swap along with a 4L60E trans. Also have a 1983 Cherokee Laredo completely stock 4.2L 5 speed, and a 1979 J20 that is currently undergoing a 4BT engine swap. I'll post pics once I figure out how.
my '66 is just the plain jane model. it does have the 327, but with a 2bbl and 3-on-the-tree tranny. yours looks a lot nicer as mine has some Minnesota rust on the lower panels. hope yours runs as good as mine. the engine just purrs. the best part of driving one is all the looks you get driving such a classic! have fun.
1966 CJ5A, mods are coming
1966 Wagoneer, bone stock
Im a new owner of a 1966 Super Wagoneer. Does anyone know when the first Super wagoneer was produced , what VIN # ? I know they started in 1966 but is there any details on 1st super wagoneer or how many were made in 1966?
Any tips on where to get interior Parts , Trims etc..?