Soon after the opulent Jeep Grand Wagoneer was brought back to life, a company named Wagonmaster started manufacturing wooden moldings for it. Wagonmaster has a long history of restoring and upgrading the original Grand Wagoneer.
Customers will have to pay $1,899 for the full set. The wood trim is designed for both the basic and Grand Wagoneers and spans the front quarter panel, front and rear doors, and rear quarter section.
However, the paneling that you see here is not truly made of wood. Wagonmaster, on the other hand, makes use of vinyl that flawlessly imitates the woodgrain of the moldings utilized by the classic Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
Wagonmaster claims they have already supplied multiple kits to Jeep retailers and private owners around the country. Seeing them on the road is more than likely in the near future.