26. Jeep Wagoneer
Currently, SUVs are bloated sedans with little or no off-road performance that look like big off-roaders and have lots of space and luxuries. On the other hand, the Jeep Wagoneer looked like a big off-roader and was quite luxurious for the era. It included an enormous amount of space and respectable off-road skills. All that makes the Wagoneer the ultimate vintage luxury off-road vehicle. The fact that they produced it from 1963 all the way to 1991 with just a few tweaks is true proof of its qualities. At first, the Wagoneer was available as a two-door or four-door SUV, or a two-door panel truck. However, as the model progressed, it became available with more luxurious features like these classic wooden side panels.
Another interesting fact about the Wagoneer is that a compass was available as standard equipment. That showed they never meant this vehicle to be a car for the streets, but rather a luxurious land barge for navigating through ranches, fields, and mountain trails. They powered the Wagoneer with numerous inline-six and V8 engines. Interestingly, it had both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. The most coveted models came from the 1987 to 1991 Chrysler era when the car went through a series of upgrades. With air conditioning, high-quality audio, comfortable power seats, lots of chrome, and optional woodwork, the Wagoneer was truly a well-equipped car.