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1960 FC-170 DRW Mesa, AZ BaT Auction

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UPDATE: This rig was sold on eBay back in 2012 (at one point referred to as “Big Red”). It was relisted on eBay in 2018. The current seller bought it earlier this year. Now, it’s back on the market again, this time being auctioned on BaT (thanks Blaine!). The below pics are from the 2018 post.

“This 1960 Willys Jeep FC-170 is a stake bed truck that is finished in two-tone red and white over black vinyl and is powered by a 226ci inline-six paired with a three-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Equipment includes a wood-slat bed, power take-off front winch, dually rear axle, and 16″ steel wheels. The truck was refurbished during previous ownership and was acquired by the selling dealer in Arizona in July 2021. This FC-170 is now offered with framed promotional materials and a clean Arizona title.”
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8 Comments on “1960 FC-170 DRW Mesa, AZ BaT Auction

  1. Craig B.

    Don, the owner of this truck had a FC-150 that sold in the $30,000 range at the Auctions in Arizona several year’s back. I’m thinking that’s where this one will make a showing this January.

  2. Bill

    … and I hope he removes that huge cage off the back prior to an auction sale…. that thing is going to scare buyers away


  3. Steve E.

    And why would someone in their right mind sell a nice truck like this…..? It’s a Keeper.
    (He must not have the Willys illness. lol.)

    **Steve E.**

  4. John North Willys

    the ?? on the back is not original , so all you are buying is a cab/chassis — WHERE IS THE ORIGINAL FLATBED ?

  5. Chad

    Bill, unfortunately the current owner said (on BaT) the stakes are welded to the flat bed preventing them from being easily removed. I agree it would look much better without the cage.

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