The Jeep Grand Wagoneer saw few changes over its 29-year production run, despite being produced by three different manufacturers: Willys-Overland, AMC and finally Chrysler. This alone is a testament to the functional and purposeful design of what was certainly the first SUV long before the term was coined. The Wagoneer replaced the Willys Jeep Station Wagon that dates back to the mid-1940s. It is rugged yet provides a luxurious ride and amenities that no other off-road vehicle could offer. In its wood-paneled trim, the Grand Wagoneer is reminiscent of the woodies of the past, but this rig is built to take on the rigors of any adventure its owner may choose.