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1957 FC-150 St. Petersburg, FL **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3450.

Unclear how serious the seller is about selling this project.

“I am contemplating getting rid of my 1957 Willys/Jeep FC150. FC stands for Forward Control, the engine is mounted right inbetween the passengers below the cab. This vehicle has the original 134 cubic inch 4 cylinder “F” head Hurricane engine, a T90 3 speed transmission and a T18 transfer case with lockout hubs up front. I had this vehicle shipped down from Minnesota 2 years ago and have done the following: cleaned/painted the back half of the frame, installed a new brake master cylinder, rebuilt the carburetor, installed new belts, and installed new leaf springs and shocks. This vehicle runs and drives and is truly unique. Not many of these vehicles left, even fewer located in the south. I also have an extra cab from a 1964 FC150 that is included in the trade/sale with just about all extra cab parts, such as doors, headlights, turn signals, dash, instruments and also includes a new $150 steering wheel. About 75% of the sheet metal work has been completed on the ’64 cab, which is almost finished. I also have a total of two regular single seats and brackets, and also an additional “dual” bench seat that can be installed on the passenger side. The windows are complete, as well as an extra plexiglass rear window. The windshield has some fogging, however a new windshield can still be purchased for this vehicle. All parts are included with the sale. Maybe interested in trading for another F100 project or an American V-twin bobber motorcycle or a possible ratrod project. Of course cash is king. This project definitely still needs a lot of work, however all parts are included. Two titles, a ’57 and ’64 also comes with this vehicle.”

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