The '66 Super Wagoneer was the first purpose-built luxury SUV in the world. It was intended for upscale customers wanting a rough-terrain limo. The single-speed transfer case and street-oriented tires made it best suited for inclement weather transportation rather than true four-wheeling. This '68 Super belongs to noted Jeep collectors Jim and Peg Marski and reportedly once belonged to comedian Buddy Hackett. The alloy wheels are not original but mimic the original hubcaps. Hackett also had a Cadillac 472ci engine installed.