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1959 FC-170 Fenton, MO $49,600

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UPDATE: Still Available. 

(03/19/2022) Blaine shared this nice looking FC-170.

https://www.motoexotica.com/inventory/inventory/15277/1960/Willys/6156814809

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“1960 Willys FC-170 COE Pickup Truck 4×4
Complete and comprehensive frame-on restoration performed in 2015
Period-correct President Red exterior with Glacier White trim
Red, white and gray interior
226 CID Super Hurricane inline six-cylinder engine
Borg-Warner T-90 three-speed manual transmission and Spicer two-speed transfer case
Spicer 44F front axle with 4.89:1 ratio and a Spicer 53 semi-floating a rear with 4.88:1 ratio
Dealer-installed power take-off front winch
Side-mounted spare tire and wheel
103-inch wheelbase, 7,000 GVWR and 108-inch cargo bed
Same owner since 2012 (10 years)”

 

14 Comments on “1959 FC-170 Fenton, MO $49,600

  1. Mike

    Not that it’s a big deal, but wasn’t the spare tire mounted on the driver side originally when new?

  2. colin peabody

    Most of the FC-170 photos of trucks with the pickup bed show the spare mounted right behind the cab on the passenger side, from 57-64.

  3. Mike

    Colin,
    Thanks, I wasn’t sure, now I know, always apricate knowledge beyond my own understanding.

  4. Steak Body

    a small child would know where the spare tire is mounted on a pickup version fc-170 — THE REAL QUESTION IS , WHERE WAS IT MOUNTED IF YOU GOT THE STAKEBODY VERISON ? — on my regular willys jeep stakebody trucks , it was mounted up under the rear of the flatbed , by the gas tank .

  5. Mike

    Stake Body,
    Where would the world be without you? Thank you for your arrogant answer. Inquiring minds always apricate “WISE GUYS”.

  6. Bingo

    From the look of that door hinge, the door hasn’t been opened since they painted over it in ’15

  7. David Eilers Post author

    Thanks for the update Dave! Much appreciated. I’ve updated the post (I’ve deleted the duplicate comment).

    – Dave

  8. Paul Prunier

    Thanks for the update Dave. It is pricey, but oh so nice! My pepere had a 150 and a 170 in the 60’s and 70’s and the 150 ended up at his house parked with weeds growing through it. We used it like a jungle gym when we were kids.
    I want one in this condition so bad!

  9. David Eilers Post author

    Paul,

    I believe it is the highest priced stock FC-170 that I have seen.

    Sounds like good times, even it the FC had a few weeds 🙂

    – Dave

  10. Alan Hutchens

    Lots of issues for the price , Cooling tunnel on this one is not of 61 vintage. Interior paint has not been done on this either. It has been on eBay at least 3 times.
    I have one with overdrive instead of winch, that is almost identical.
    I would not expect mine to sell for what has been offered so far and I consider it to be superior!

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