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  • Does anyone recognize this woodgrain.

    I've been trying to source a specific aftermarket woodgrain for my 1989 Jeep's damaged fender woodgrain. The prior owner replaced woodgrain sometime between 2016 and 2018.

    Does anyone recognize this woodgrain.

    https://imgur.com/Yv2WUsf
    https://imgur.com/CIW9BGh

    I purchased the truck at auction and prior owner is unable/unwilling to answer my calls for help.
    It is actually on another white GW that I found, so it has to be available somewhere. That seller has no idea who did the restoration.

    Best lead so far, someone thinks it's old stock from BJ's if someone can confirm.

    Much appreciated.
    -todd in NC
    1989 Grand Wagoneer 360/727/NP229
    Charlotte, NC

  • #2
    BJs and TGW will both send you samples for free from their website.
    '79 Wagoneer Limited

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    • #3
      Mystery solved. Looks like i'll need to order new stickers for the whole truck.
      1989 Grand Wagoneer 360/727/NP229
      Charlotte, NC

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Clever username
        Mystery solved.....
        Sooo? Where was it from?
        79 Cherokee Chief (SOLD, goodbye old buddy) https://forums.ifsja.org/core/images/smilies/frown.png
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        • #5
          Originally posted by rang-a-stang
          Sooo? Where was it from?
          It was the Avery A2 Cheyenne Teak sold by Metro Styling and now discontinued with no back-stock availability.
          So I either call around nationally and try and find a wrap shop with a 4' section of Cheyeene Teak or re-wrap the whole Jeep, in period correct Marine Teak of course.
          1989 Grand Wagoneer 360/727/NP229
          Charlotte, NC

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