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FC Parts Cedar Springs, MI

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

Still lots of FC parts.

“I bought several Willys Jeep FC150 & FC170 forward-control trucks this summer as a package purchase. I still have a LOT of small FC parts on the shelf, and included photos of just a handful of them. Just a handful of the extra parts I have include:

Very nice 1961 FC170 “rolling frame” (frame, springs & axles, but NO wheels/tires) INCLUDING A TITLE. No rust damage whatsoever…perfect foundation for a clean-up/restoration while you continue to drive your FC170. Closed-knuckle Dana 44 front axle, Dana 53 rear axle (should be stock 4.88 gearing in both). $200

1960 FC150 cab: This is my friend’s “fixxer-upper” cab (I sold him a better-condition cab for his project). Includes doors (not shown). No glass, but I may be able to help with some of that for additional $$$. $300 cab-only. If you’d like to pair it with the FC170 rolling chassis (minor body mount changes would need to occur), or one of the two Super Duty frames I also have listed on CL, price will be a little lower.

FC dash panels (multiple), $35 each.

Early FC150/FC170 heater assembly. $40.
Spare tire carriers. $40 each.

Door handles/hardware (open to offers)

Spare metal window frames (bolts to door panel). $35 each.

T150A (with T150J input shaft) 3-speed manual transmission with side-shifting & linkage. $100.

FC150 & FC170 interior hoods. $35 each.

Two (2) extra FC roofs, including drip rails (great for your damaged/rusted drip rail repair). (open to offers)

Various other FC sheet metal (good for patch panels)

Many, MANY other FC parts…just ask.”



6 Comments on “FC Parts Cedar Springs, MI

  1. SE Pennsylvania Steve

    Wow, that’s an epic project that guy has taken on, I wish him the best of luck.

  2. Craig

    Thanks SE Pennsylvania Steve. That would be my project (the “Patina Rod”). I have done some cool (and fairly involved) Jeep projects in the past, but this is the first that I’ll be doing while trying to keep that vintage look by retaining the rust/patina (the frame, suspension & axles, however, will be painted in Satin Black…Eastwood Paint). I got lucky with the “package purchase”, and feel fortunate to have found such a great collection of parts.


  3. Brian L.

    Craig’s an honest guy and will bend over backwards to help you if you’ve got a part you’re looking for.

  4. Craig

    Nothing worth using, Tim. I have a couple rough fenders that might work for a rat rod, but that’s about it. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.

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