If you’re interested in a Jeep pickup truck but you’re a little concerned that the new one is simply too common, here’s one to consider: This 1986 Jeep truck is in amazing condition, and it can be yours for less than the cost of a new Jeep Gladiator.
Here are the particulars. This Jeep truck is a 1986 model, which means it’s one of the very last Jeep pickup models from that era. Its body style ended production in 1988. Although that body style had been previously called the Gladiator, by 1986 it was simply dubbed the "pickup."
This particular pickup is really nice. While it has completed 115,000 miles, the interior and exterior are shockingly blemish-free. The bed is too, which is maybe the most surprising part, as these were primarily used to haul bed-damaging items over the years. The fact that this truck survived 30 years in this condition is truly mind-blowing.
Indeed, it’s probably the nicest Jeep pickup left from this era — short of any that might be in museums — and now it can be yours. This truck is offered by Ryan Friedman Motor Cars in Valley Stream, New York, where it’s listed for $32,500. That may seem like a lot of money for an old Jeep truck, but many vintage pickups and SUVs are starting to gain value rapidly, and this unspoiled vehicle is no exception. Find a Jeep Pickup for sale