A Jeep Wagoneer4-door deluxe station wagon in Presidental Red is featured on the inside front cover of the 1963 Jeep Wagoneer sales catalog. The text reads, Cleans as a whistle . . . and just as apt to draw attention. That's descriptive of functional beauty - inside and outide - the Jeep Wagoneer 4-Door Station Wagon. Here's a mult-iuse family car that's never out of place. For hunting and fishing, shopping and daily chores, the big dress-up occasions . . . your Jeep Wagoneer is always in its element. And best of all, under that handsome exterior you'll discover all the 'Jeep' reliability and ruggedness that tell you you've got more that just and ordinary station wagon. Clean undercarriage - with frame-protected control arms and front torsion bars, and no exposed axle shafts - assures ample road clearance under virtually all road conditions. All lower body sills and underbody structural members are galvanized for rust prevention. And with new, simplified 'Jeep' 4-wheel drive (combined with automatic transmission if you want it) your Wagoneer handles the toughest off-the-road jobs. It's designed to take chains on all four wheels for added ground-gripping traction.
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