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1958 FC Fire Jeep Bay City, MI $6900

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677, Fire/Police/Industry Vehicles

UPDATE: Price dropped to $6900.

This Fire truck looks to be Jim Dobson’s FC. In the newest ad, there have been firetrucks from Dobson’s Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum that are now for sale. You might have remembered our visit to the museum in 2013.

WILLYS FIRE TRUCK, HAVE ALL PARTS NEW MOTOR, VERY RARE, 1958 VALLEY FIRE COMPANY BAY CITY MICHIGAN TWO CABS NICE PROJCT TRUCK, 1916 REPUBLIC CHEMICAL TRUCK, 1OF2 VIN # AL 913 $25,000 1927 MODEL T MIDGET VAN MADE IN FINALY OHIO VIN # AA1304.”

http://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/atq/4862240479.html

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Here are some other vehicles that appear to be for sale:

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8 Comments on “1958 FC Fire Jeep Bay City, MI $6900

  1. mmdeilers Post author

    Logan: that was all the pictures they posted. You’ll have to contact the seller at the phone number above to get more info.

    – Dave

  2. Craig

    My voicemail 8 months ago went unreturned. Oh, and he should take some decent, updated photos of the FC, especially since he’s asking incredibly high “museum pricing”, IMHO.

  3. mmdeilers Post author

    Hi Craig,

    Based on my experience with Jim, he’s a very very busy guy. So it might take a few contacts to get a hold of him. I suspect someone else other than him is posting this on Craigslist on his behalf. He’s got sooo many other vehicles that I doubt you’ll get better pics of this in the near term.

    I suspect if you get a hold of him, he’d be open to possible offers. He’s a nice guy, but also an experience buyer and seller.

    – Dave

  4. Craig

    Fair enough, Dave. The unreturned call was a turn-off for me, and I found a considerably better purchase (for my needs) shortly thereafter. I’m still shocked at the bad pics; something that unique/rare warrants some good-quality pics. I suspect it’ll continue to be relisted month after month for quite some time.

  5. Dave

    Never received a text back.Looking at the Fire engine cab. Any pics,price or the best contact for the Fire engine cab?

  6. mmdeilers Post author

    Hi Dave,

    You might try calling the Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum to see if they can help: (888) 888-1270
    Unfortunately, the museum’s website is down. Not sure what’s going on there. It’s possible the fire engine parts are stored at the museum somewhere.

    – Dave

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