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1963 FC-170 Elizabethton, TN **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.

Has a problem with 3rd gear, but still looks like it might be a good price. According to one Facebooker, it may already be sold.

“This is a solid old Jeep Runs & drives decent New tires Trans not shifting into 3 rd gear”

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7 Comments on “1963 FC-170 Elizabethton, TN **SOLD**

  1. Allan J. Knepper

    A true small farm truck…….flatbed with red wooden combination folding box……red cab with white roof……ready to haul corn, oats, beans……..or a few hogs, sheep or calves.

  2. Allan J. Knepper

    Looks like a “barn find”……Really a perfect example of a small farm truck from that era.Wooden floor flatbed……red wooden combination box with fold down sides…….red cab with white roof (to match your Farmall tractor…….ready to haul corn, beans or oats……put the sides up and haul hogs, sheep or calves……really a neat preserved old FC in its work clothes.

  3. Mike

    I drove one back in NJ, nice up front view, especially when snow plowing, lots of fun, much like driving the first generation Econoline vans.

  4. Allan J. Knepper

    Sorry for the double posts……needed my second cup of coffee before posting !!

    Bob and Mike…….I never drove an FC, the closest I ever came was riding in one used as a shop truck by the owner of a local body shop back in the 1960’s.

    That being said, I have always had a thing for COE/cab forward type vehicles. I did own a Corvair rampside pickup in the late 1960’s…….loved working on and road testing COE Chevrolet trucks owned by several of the customers in the small town where I worked for the Chevrolet dealer in the late 1960’s/early 1970’s. Owned several 1950’s Chevrolet COE projects but never finished one. Even though I was never a Ford guy…… I always loved the flat nosed Ford COE’s also……lots of guys that we raced dirt cars against, used them as haulers.

    Lastly……rescued a 1939 Dodge COE from the edge of a timber in Iowa…’s now a street rod in the Carolinas.

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