There are literally pages and pages of them.
As fun as it is to scroll through and look at the pictures and read the descriptions, it can be a bit time-consuming. So, to save you some effort and weed out some of the less exciting listings, we’ve gone through and picked out the 10 best vintage SUVs for sale online this week.
While the asking prices are often listed below for each SUV, many of these listings are also taking offers so if you’re interested, but think the price is a tad too high, go ahead and give submitting a bid a shot.
Notes: Rare Hiram Walker ambulance. A steal of a deal. The pictured, beautifully restored GMC Suburban ambulance is the one ordered by the distillery to meet the requirements. A total of 76 special order ambulances were built in 1970 at GM’s Flint, Mich., plant for the Canadian market.
CURRENT BID: $20,100
Notes: This 1971 Land Rover Series IIA is a highly-desirable final-year example featuring wing-mounted headlights and a larger grille allowing for more efficient airflow. It is powered by a 2.25-liter diesel engine producing 62 horsepower and 103 pound-feet of torque, sending power through a manually selectable transfer case with four high and low gears. The Series IIA is considered by many to be the hardiest of the Land Rovers, traversing rugged terrain across the world.
ASKING PRICE: $27,500
Engine: 304ci V8
Notes: Here we have one of Toledo’s finest, a 1972 Jeep Commando. This was near the end of the line for the Jeepsters, succeeded by the big Cherokees and Wagoneers. Being a later edition model it got the benefit of a factory V8, giving it the chops to run down the modern interstate without getting passed by everything on the road. In fact the 304 cubic incher in this one has surely been warmed over a bit because it runs and sounds great.
ASKING PRICE: $19,400
Engine: Chevy 350ci V8
Notes: Add ons include 5 gal. Jerry Can and bracket, trailer hitch mounted cargo rack, Never Wet car cover, Cobra 19 DXIV CB radio, JVC AM/FM stereo with USB port, welded on foot steps, and off road emergency jack.
ASKING PRICE: $23,500
Engine: 302ci V8
Notes: Get ’em while they’re hot! These olders Broncos are tough to come by and are regularly going for $50k+ in similar condition.
ASKING PRICE: $42,500
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Engine: 3.5L V8
Notes: Our 1978 Range Rover Classic took two years with hundreds of working hours to make a full nut to bolt restoration to original specs.
ASKING PRICE: $57,500
Engine: Perkins 4.2
Notes: This 1979 Jeep Comando is an original. The owner has had it for one year. The vehicle runs great and is mainly used for car shows.
ASKING PRICE: $14,000
Notes: This 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser is an original with updates to the drivetrain. The owner has had it for one year. The vehicle runs great.
ASKING PRICE: $30,000
Engine: Toyota 22R 2.4L
Notes: This Trekker is an absolute joy to drive and there’s room in the back for all of your car show essentials. You can take this ’81 Toyota on your next adventure with ease thanks to the equipped power steering, power brakes (front disc), air Conditioning, and 4X4 capability.
ASKING PRICE: $49,900
Engine: AMC 4.2L inline 6
Notes: The interior of this vehicle is virtually flawless. It seems that this vehicle was owned by a non-smoker. Neither the ashtray, nor the cigarette lighter, appear to have been used in this vehicle. The transmission in this vehicle shifts very smoothly. Very smooth ride! This is a one-owner truck CARFAX reports this to be a one-owner truck. All electronic components in working condition. All interior components are in good working order. One of the most attractive color combinations available on a Cherokee 4WD!
ASKING PRICE: $39,900