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1960? FC-150 Fishtail, MT $2499

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UPDATE: Price dropped to $2499.

(09/19/2020) Dan spotted this Montana project.

“I have a fc-150 Jeep cabover 4×4 pick up, just picked it up with intentions of redoing it but have to put my time and energy into my other projects. Has a inline 4 with a 3 speed, body is a little ruff it has very little rust just a lot of dents. Haven’t tried turning the motor over so unsure of the conditions of the motor but is complete, no title will come with a bill of sale. Located in fishtail $3299obo shoot me an offer worst I can say is no. Can deliver for an extra charge. May trade for a snowmobile or 4 wheeler.”

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10 Comments on “1960? FC-150 Fishtail, MT $2499

  1. David Eilers Post author

    I even looked at it and thought “narrow track” but then didn’t track back to the claimed year. sigh. Thanks Blaine.

  2. Barney Goodwin

    Denny’s right, the color, based on the door interior, does look much like the Indian Ceramic of the 63 Tux Mark III as well as the sides and dual color of the seats, grille and two-tone cab. FCs are a little out of my wheelhouse. Be interesting is someone finds advertising or specs revealing some sort of special edition or paint and interior options.

  3. Richard Rudnicki

    Made an offer since he is less than 2 hours away but he didn’t take, said $2800 was his bottom which felt high to me.

  4. David Eilers Post author

    Richard: Thanks for the update. The prices on these, even projects, have definitely risen. I can’t blame him for holding out for a good price. But, there is lots of work to be done with this one.

    Barney: I did some searches, but had no luck finding anything on the web about Indian Ceramic and FCs.

  5. Dan

    I’m pretty sure the color is just a patina of Presidential Red and Arctic White. I agree the wheelbase is earlier than the title may show, but I have a ’59 that was produced in ’57, so not abnormal. My guess is a ’58 or late ’57 production. Montana is pretty dry, so may still have some good metal to work with.

  6. Mark S.

    The front photo on the trailer gives a perspective on how narrow those narrow tracks are. I never noticed the slanted tailgates before, was wondering how the tailgate opened with the tail light guards.

  7. David Eilers Post author

    If it needs replacing, the slanted tail gates are hard to find!
    – Dave

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