In 1979, the first full wooden trim was introduced, plus two plastic parts on the bumper, square headlights, and a lifting of the chrome exterior. the grille of horizontal lines in chrome is usually called a “nose grilled pork” but we like to call it the “barbecue grille”. this grille was also used on the cherokee and jtrucks in 1979 and 80. in 1981, the production line of the wagoneer featured three models. one with free-wheel hubs, four-speed transmission, even carpet in the passenger area and two new models that included several optional choices as an upgrade of the interior, which included the woodgrain (wood inlay) on the sides as well as the instrument panel, courtesy lights, roof rack, automatic transmission, square-trac system, cruise control. the basic model was eliminated in 1983, and a new system called select trac was introduced, with which you could choose to travel with two or four wheel drive. the selector traction was activated from inside the car with an air system or vacuum. in 1984, the limited version was definitively called: grand wagoneer. therefore since 1984 was available single full version of all the options possible (???????), and this version, apart from small stylistic variations, remained until 1991. in 1984, 20, 019 units were produced of this one model.