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1961 Specially Built FC-170 DRW Wake Forest, NC**SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677, Fire/Police/Industry Vehicles • TAGS: , This site contains affiliate links for which I may be compensated.

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.

“This is one of the extended cab Forward Control Dually wreckers built for Alaska Highway use.
GVW is 9000 lbs. It has three doors.
It has front and rear winches. Front winch has PTO splined shaft for accessory drive.
Outer duals were removed to get it on my trailer- they are included.
Engine is the Willys 221 flathead six gasoline.
I have the Alaska title signed by the owner.
$500 via Pay-Pal within 24 hours of ending. Balance within 7 days by cash,  or Personal or Business check with time to clear
Pickup within 30 days. I can push it onto your trailer with Bobcat if needed.”


2 Comments on “1961 Specially Built FC-170 DRW Wake Forest, NC**SOLD**

  1. Steve E.

    I have an M-677, and this is not one. The correct military designation is not M-667. Kaiser built four military FC models in 1964 only, which were based on a 103.5″ FC-170 Wheel Base: M-676 pickup; M-676 4-door pickup; M-678 carry-all van w/ side windows; M-679 ambulance w/ no side windows.

    I have not personally inspected this Special Built FC-170. And I will not advise anyone to buy this, or not to buy this. I do advise that anyone should look at it before they buy it. A few experienced FC owners looked a this cool looking truck in the past and they all felt it looks better in photos than in person, and no offer was accepted by the owner. Please buy responsibly. If you see it and like it, then buy it. Don’t buy it blindly.

    Here is the story as I heard about it: A guy bought it in Alaska before it ended up on e-bay and then to NC. The Alaskan Pipeline builders supposedly bought 12 4spd DRW’s, cab and chassis with front and rear PTO winches. They sent them to Freightliner and had them stretched into the three door and had the wrecker put on. The trucks were used as service trucks for the Alaskan Pipeline.
    FC enthusiasts on the internet don’t know for sure how many were made, or how many survived.

    **Steve E.**

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