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1959 Wagon “Maverick” Wagon Sachse, TX $18,500

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Is the an original Maverick? Was that center console an option for wagons (or for Mavericks?)?

“1959 Willy’s Mavrick wagon very rare matching numbers ! Original motor inline v4
Under 200 of these where made in this year which makes it very hard to find
was restored 15+ years ago and been kept in really great condition mostly covered and garaged
Body is solid and interior
Clear title in hand”

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3 Comments on “1959 Wagon “Maverick” Wagon Sachse, TX $18,500

  1. colin peabody

    This wagon does have the Maverick trim on the dash, door cards and rear side panel cards, as well as the stainless trim along the bottom of the windows. The 2WD Mavericks were introduced in 1958 with body style 58147, with serial numbers beginning with 10001 and ending with 10100. Some of the changes advertised with this new model was a one piece windshield and one piece rear tailgate window. The upper tailgate portion raised higher than previous years. The 1959 models were also to have received the lower ribbed roofline. The model number remained the same, with production numbers beginning at 10101 and ending at 12654, indicating more than 200 units were produced, roughly 2553.

    A friend has a 1958 model with a number just barely over the 100 mark and has been titled in Arizona since new as a 1958 and it has a two piece windshield and rear tailgate glass, the stainless trim below the side and rear glass and the normal higher roofline on wagons built prior to 1958. The upper tailgate has the shorter arms, so the tailgate when raised is at a dangerously low head clearance.

    We have seen later model Maverick wagons like this one, even into 1962 models, with one piece windshield glass and the two piece rear tailgate glass or an opposite combination of the two, but also having the ribbed lower roofline. The floor console in this wagon is an add-on as they did not come with consoles. With the variations in windshield, tailgate glass, rooflines and other “oddities”, the best thought is that Kaiser was trying to use every available combination of parts/bodies to get these Jeeps out the door before the Wagoneer was to be introduced in late 1962. Any other thoughts?

  2. colin peabody

    The serial number on this particular Maverick would be beneficial in determining where it fell in the production of the Mavericks.

  3. SE Pennsylvania Steve

    I see this has an Arvin aftermarket heater. My jeep had one installed by a previous owner too, it seems well built.

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