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1958 FC-150 Quincy, CA $9999

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE: Still Available.

(12/19/2018) Looks good. Seller notes it isn’t quite a daily driver.

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“1958 Willys Jeep FC 150
Forward Control Cab
California vehicle!
Runs, drives, and
registered until June
CJ5 drivetrain
3 speed, 4 Wheel Drive, Pickup Truck

New fuel pump, oil change, new tires and wheels
recent battery and shocks,
Chrome dual exhaust stacks and bed side rails
electric wipers

Pick up in Quincy, CA
I can ship anywhere within a 500 mile radius for $350 or less
Coast to coast will run around $850-$950
(buyer responsible for shipping costs)

Starts right up, runs, drives, shifts, and stops.

This is a 60 year old vehicle with 163,000+ miles and may need some adjustments, fine tuning, or other minor work to be a reliable daily driver.”


5 Comments on “1958 FC-150 Quincy, CA $9999

  1. Mike

    I like those side pipes for the exhaust, very classy and popular on pickup trucks in the 1960’s. JC Whitney catalog sold them at a great price.

  2. Zach

    This was up in August for $14,500. I emailed the seller at the time and got the following info:

    It is the narrow track CJ-5 chassis underneath with wide wheels and tires. I didn’t get the originals…. The cab corners were replaced/welded by the previous owner. The paint job isn’t the greatest, and I think the painter/bodyman was shoddy at best and took the elderly PO for a ride, but that’s my opinion and I’ll leave it right there. Other than that, it drives well (for what it is) but occasionally pops out of second gear. It needs a few small things attended to, like a brake bleed/fluid refresh, fuel lines checked for tightness, and a general maintainance and safety lookover. If I were to keep it, I’d change the fluids in all the gearboxes, engine, radiator, and brakes. It’ll be ready for another 50 years. It needs a lead substitute as it has original valve seats.

  3. Tom

    I drover over to Quincy to buy this truck. It had a lot of work done to it and it was done poorly. It did run and drive but like said above popped out of second gear. Not an expensive fix but it still needs to be done. He offered to sell for $8k but I still thought it was too much for what needed to be done. Just my .02. I just picked up a FC-170 in better shape for $1600 but needs a motor. The guys was nice and honest about it, he just had too much into it.

  4. David Eilers Post author

    Thanks for the note Tom. Sounds like the seller is in a tough situation.
    – Dave

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