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1964 M677 Kingman, AZ **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE:  **SOLD**

“Why buy a gpw, mb or an m38 when your next restoration could be one of the rarest military jeep vehicles that exist. the m677 series jeep was ordered by the navy and marine corp in 1964. there were originally only about 300 ordered. there is now only about 30 or so that exist. of that 30 some are only rusty hulks found in fields by the people who have enough love for the jeep fc that they got out of their car took pictures and recorded the serial number. this auction represents a once in a life time chance to add this truly rare military to jeep your collection. i have seen on some military vehicle blogs that some people have been looking for 10 to 20 years for one of these. ok the truck.. first the body is rust free.”

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12 Comments on “1964 M677 Kingman, AZ **SOLD**

  1. Mitch

    As rare as these are I will be very surprised if this fetches a good price on e-bay. My guess is it will not even meet reserve. It will take the right buyer at the right price to sell this. So rare in fact most folks don’t even know they exist. Even rarer in this series is the 678/679 van/ambulance.

  2. Kevin

    I’m with you Mitch on it not selling….I’ve been tracking Willys Wagons on ebay and nothing has sold in the last two weeks….everything stopped, not even getting close to their reserves. I can see making this into a RV for a family that likes to move around.

  3. mmdeilers Post author

    I wonder if I could insert a ticker within the post to follow the bid price. That would be handy.

    – D

  4. Kevin

    7,313 viewers looked at this, and I’m sure some of them viewed the auction until it ended, however no one came up with the correct amount of clams,,,,let’s see…$20,000 – $25,000 restoring it (and that’s doing the work yourself) plus the cost of the vehicle….

  5. ken

    hi the m677 is mine. not only did it have 7000 hits but it had 650 watchers which is a lot for ebay. it almost made the reserve i had but times are tough i guess

  6. deilers

    Hi Ken,

    Little ol’ me runs the website. Glad you enjoy the site! Good luck on hitting the reserve!

    – Dave

  7. jamesholden

    non original drivetrain. you think plasma cutters are expensive, price that many crack non flat windshield in that badboy. i see people by fcs just for good glass. lower the reserve, take the money and run.

  8. Mitch

    Windshields really aren’t all that out of line for an FC anymore… You can buy a new one for a little under $300 I think- Link here- http://thefcconnection.com/windshields.htm

    They used to cost upwards of $600 when I first got into FC’s…and were hard to find…

    Try finding parts for a 2 stroke Cerlist diesel and you’ll see why it has a non stock drivetrain….

  9. Bus Plunge

    About eight or nine years ago I saw one of these in a driveway in the northern area of Springfield, MO. It was for sale for a $1,000.00. The body was solid as a rock but the diesel engine was apart.

    It sat in the driveway for a long time. After I saw this unit on ebay, I tried to find it again but it was gone.

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