If you’re a Wyle E. Coyote or Roadrunner fan, well, this 1973 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Custom is your truck. If not, please take a moment to look past the murals and realize that this is one rare 4×4. Jeep was building SUVs before it was cool, and even in the early 1970s, they’d perfected the recipe: V8 power, go-anywhere driveline, and chiseled good looks that need no excuses. The two-door variant probably competed with the Ford Bronco and Chevy Blazer in the 1970s, but for Jeep fans, the Wagoneer was a different animal altogether. The look remained in production for more than two decades in various forms, and that wasn’t because it was ugly. Quite the contrary, in fact, as the dynamically sculpted bodywork, from the hood scoop to the arrow-shaped side trim, makes the Jeep stand out among a lot of really boxy competitors. As I said, the Wyle E. Coyote motif is cool if you’re into the desert, Road Runners, or even just have a playful sense of humor, but also beyond that, the light blue paint is a great choice on a truck like this. It’s certainly presentable, but it’s not so perfect that you won’t be able to take it out and drive it. The chrome and stainless trim, of which there is a considerable amount, is all in good shape, particularly the shiny chrome bumpers, and it includes a few custom tricks like the twin frenched antennas on the quarter panel, and a cool woodgrained roof deflector.