UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
(11/10/2012) You can read all about it here: http://bigredgj.com
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
(11/10/2012) You can read all about it here: http://bigredgj.com
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(09/19/2012) Looks like the damage is to the passenger door and the cab.
“for sale 1960 fc170 jeep 4wd 10′ flat steel bed,buick v6 with edelbrock highrise intake &4barrel b&m shifter rabbitear automatic,runs and drives great,blue interior little dmg to right door serious inquiries plz ,if interested call or text 205 240-3949”
It’s not perfect, but sure looks good on the outside.
“1960 Jeep FC-170 forward control 4×4 truck in original running condition. Drivetrain is all original Willys model flat head inline six 226 engine. 3 SPD manual hi -lo transfer case. Has new all aluminum radiator with electric fan. Cab is in good condition with new paint. Glass is good. Box is a custom made with wood sides and steel floor. Cab interior has not been restored. Tires are good. Copy of original service manual goes with it. Odometer reads 54,935. Clear title $ 7,500. Please call 507-327- one334. Sorry no email or text”
UPDATE: Price was no price. It is now $4500.
(08/16/2012) This looks good.
“Engine runs good. Starts up right away. ( I was told the engine was rebuilt ) It moves under it’s own power, however, the brakes recently went out ( left rear cylinder bad )
It received a ‘quicky’ paint job by a previous owner. ( Rust has been repaired ) The interior has been re-done. It has a passenger ‘bench’ seat. ( rare option ? ) I’m told the truck originally came from Missouri.
I’ve got $6K invested in it. $4,500 or best offer. Cell Four-ONE-Four – 254-7248 Thanks mike ( I do not text. Please do not send an e-mail )”
“FC170 for sale. Gone through, complete restoration. In Montana, available to be seen there or shipped anywhere. V. Good condition, any questions please ask. Many many more photos on request.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** No price was listed.
This looks beautiful. I searched for other Willys on oldcaronline.com, but the others appear very overpriced to me.
UPDATE: Was on eBay. **Status Unknown**
This sure looks good.
“THIS IS A NUMBERS MATCHING 1957 WILLYS JEEP… FORWARD CONTROL… FC 150… 4WD… 2-DOOR PICKUP… 2.2 Liter (75 hp) Hurricane (F4-134) F-head INLINE 4 CYLINDER ENGINE… 3-speed Borg-Warner (T-90A) MANUAL TRANSMISSION…
EXTERIOR COLOR IS PRESIDENT RED AND GLACIER WHITE… INTERIOR COLOR / TRIM IS BLACK VINYL…”
I’ve never seen diamond plating used to accent an FC quite like this. Lots of large pics on eBay.
“RARE 1958 JEEP WILLYS ( FORWARD CONTROL ) FC-150 TRUCK. SINGLE CAB, 4 WHEEL DRIVE WITH LOCK OUT HUBS, DUMP BED, AND WINCH AND SNOW PLOW SET UP ( PLOW NOT INCLUDED ).
STARTS AND RUNS AND DRIVES, GREAT PARADE VEHICLE, NOT A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR HIGHWAY SPEEDS, HAS 5:38:1 GEARS IN THE REAR.
STARTS UP AND SHIFTS FINE, CLUTCH IS GOOD. BODY WORK WAS DONE MANY YEARS AGO AND IS CONSIDERED AMATUER WORK, SAME AS THE PAINT, BUT LOOKS SWEET FROM 20 FEET.
OPERATING DUMP BED AND REAR WINCH, WOULD ALSO BE A GOOD FARM VEHICLE OR SOMETHING TO IMPROVE ON OR RESTORE AS YOU GO, AND TAKE TO SHOWS, I GUARANTEE YOU WILL BE THE ONLY PERSON WITH A 1958 FC-150 JEEP. THERE WERE ONLY 2000 MADE, AND WHO KNOWS HOW MANY ARE LEFT??
THE PICTURES TELL THE STORY, I HAVE OVER 35 PICTURES INCLUDED IN THE SALE, PLEASE SEE ALL PICS UNDER THIS DESCRIPTION.
TRUCK WILL NEED A HEADLINER, ALL THE GLASS IS GOOD WITH THE EXEPTION OF THE PASSENGER SIDE WHICH HAS A CRACK.
MILEAGE STATES 7770, BUT NOT SURE IF IT HAS TURNED TO 107770, TRUE MILES ARE UNKNOWN. FRAME IS VERY STURDY AND SOLID, HAS HAD SOME FRAME SUPPORTS AND BOXING IN THE PAST.
MOTOR APPEARS TO BE ORIGINAL 134CI 4 CYLINDER, IT HAS A 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION, NOT SURE IF IT IS ORIGINAL OR NOT, BUT THEY DID MAKE SOME WITH 4 SPEEDS AND 3 SPEEDS.”
This FC supposedly spent it’s life running the railroad tracks. No railroad wheels left according to the seller.
“Hello Gearheads. Here is a very restorable, rare vehicle for your consideration. A ton of great parts, or easy restoration. It is a 1962 Jeep FC170 truck that is in great unrestored condition. It of course is 4wd, with a snow blade, ( hydraulics have been rebuilt )… Great driver that runs like a top. Only 72,983 actual miles. Ex- railroad truck that spent its life running up and down the tracks, has instruction plate, but no wheels for running the tracks ( sorry to all you hazzard boys ) Has new radiator, water pump, brakes, new brake and fuel lines. Completely rebuilt bed with a substantial metal plate floor ready for the toughest thing you can throw into it. Original red paint under primer, all wiring original and proofed with everything working. needs only tires for state inspection. easy to bring to tip top condition or use as is. Give me a call with any questions. John 434-384-2679, if you miss me leave a message and I will get back to you. Whoa !!!!! PRICE REDUCED…. Delivery is available to your door in most areas @ $2.00 per loaded mile.”
“THIS IS A 1960 WILLYS FORWARD CONTROL JEEP PICKUP TRUCK. IT WAS RESTORED ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO, AND IS SHOWING SOME SIGNS OF NEEDING SOME FRESHENING UP. IT LOOKS LIKE NEW FROM 15 FEET, BUT THERE IS SOME BUBBLING AND CRACKING HERE AND THERE IN THE PAINT. THE MILEAGE WAS SET BACK TO ZERO WHEN IT WAS RESTORED. THE INTERIOR IS REALLY NICE AND SO IS THE BED. IT STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL WEIGHT ON THE FRAME. THE FOUR WHEEL DRIVE IS COMPLETE AND WORKING. IT RUNS AND DRIVES BUT NEEDS A TUNE UP. I HAVE ORDERED THE PARTS AND SHOULD HAVE THEM, BEFORE THE END OF THIS AUCTION. I WILL ADD SOME MORE PICTURES IN A DAY OR TWO. PLEASE DON’T ASK ABOUT THE RESERVE, IT’S LOW. BUYER MUST ARRANGE THEIR OWN SHIPPING. PAY-PAL CAN BE USED FOR DEPOSIT ONLY.”
UPDATE: The seller will start taking bids with the minimum bid being $7500.
“1957 Jeep FC 150. Foreward cab, 4 wheel drive pick up with low and high speed T90 transmission. 12 forward gears. Engine is 4 cylinder flathead and has not been started and is not stuck.
Bucket seats and original carpet. needs to be re-upholstered. Cab has small rust spots on rain gutter and windshields but no sign of rusted thru. A magnet did not reveal any bondo patches in body.
A Ramsey 10,000 lb PTO winch is mounted on the front with tow bar.
Speedometer reads 358 miles, apparently is 100,358. Seller has good title.
Tires hold air but are 20 years old. Paint is 20 years old but buffs up good except on rust spots. An installation of an after market over drive will allow legal highway speeds.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5700
You can read much more about this at sellajeep.com.
“This is a rare cab-over style Forward Control Jeep with a 2.3 liter F-head 4-cylinder engine, 3-speed T-90 manual transmission, and two-speed T-18 transfer case. I have a clear Texas title in my name. These unusual trucks draw a lot of attention.
The engine and transfer case have seen no use since being rebuilt and they are out of the vehicle, along with the gearbox. Radiator is rebuilt. This truck was sold new in the Phoenix, AZ area and remained there with the original owner’s family until I brought it to central Texas about five years ago, so body corrosion is minimal. Brakes are rebuilt with no miles on them. All window glass is good. Comes with new hoses, wiring harness, clutch, pressure plate, brakes, a spare set of doors, rear window glass, bare cylinder head, spare disassembled 3-speed gear box, vacuum brake servo, plus various extra pieces of trim, and small mechanical items….”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6000.
The cab of this looks nice.
“Jeep FC150, 1962, very good condition. Runs
Must see: Maricopa AZ
Please contact for more pictures”
UPDATE: SOLDI .. was listed at $3000. No motor or trans, but otherwise looks good.
“Clean project. original glass, paint, all interior exterior parts there and in good condition. No motor, trans, transfer. Good NM title,”
Are those custom fender flares? Looks good for the price.
“Willys Jeep 1958 FC 150
Or Best Offer
Runs and Drives Great
Call @ (716)725-1278″
Vince spotted this one. I’m not sure why this is called a FC-140, but it sure has seen some mods!
“1962 Jeep FC 140 351 Ford Cleveland engine, Automatic trans, Independent rear suspension with disc brakes. New Holley carb. HEI ignition. Front air bags, rear coil overs. Fuel cell, Hydraulic bed and touno cover. Unbelievable amount of power. This cars draws alot of attention. Alarm system. digital gauges, tach. Very rare Jeep. Electic Sun Roof. Power windows. any questions please call Perry at 925-455-6666 must sell while i still have a drivers license. Milage is unknown. I reserve the right to pull car out of auction at any time because car is advertised locally.”
This looks in great shape. Just over an hour left in the auction.
“Newly Restored FC150, All new tented glass, New Rebuilt transmission from tranny shop, Complete new brakes system, new shocks, speedometer works w/ new cable, Ignition & Door locks same key, New E-Brake cable needs adjusted, All lights work except Dome light, all New interior, new spare tire and wheel, speedometer reads 685 miles and works, fuel gauge works sometimes, Doors & windows work good — Original Hurricane 4 cylinder engine needs rebuilt, runs good uses oil and smokes a little, I drove it on a 700mile round trip this summer and made it home, Transfer case needs seals, works good, — The frame and engine is 1961 wide track and cab and pickup box is 1960 narrow track, cabs are the same but the PU box fenders are narrower, I like the look.”
UPDATE: Price was $2500. **SOLD**
Engine is out. There is a minor title issue.
“Up for sale is a 1960 Forward Control FC-150 truck. This is an amazing original condition truck that has been kept under cover for the last 10-12 years I’ve owned this truck. This truck has the original two-toned paint still on it! There is NO rust in the usual places for these trucks. No cancer (rust through) that I can see, just minor surface rust. This is the first year of the wider axels for better stability. I was converting this truck to a Buick V6. I have most the parts, including the engine, bellhousing, flywheel, clutch & exhaust. The engine is currently NOT installed in the truck. Installed in the truck is the original transmission, with WARN OVERDRIVE. It is a 4×4. The drivelines are installed as well. It does have the engine cover that goes inside the cab! Back fenders are slightly modified, but could be returend to original shape. Modified to fit a 5 gallon gas can on either side. This was a good idea as it adds weight over the rear axels. Breaks do no work in the thuck however, the emergency break does. Front windshild is in good shape, which is the important one! Back & side windows need glass replaced. The side windows do roll up & down. Tires hold air but are old. I have the title to this truck. However, the husband signed over and the wife did not as she had passed away. Oregon DMV said that to correct this You need to get a death certificate which can be obtained from the state or county. OR if you turn in the title to DMV and it shows the person as deceased, there is no issue.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7000
Mark has this over at jeeptruck.com.
“I am selling my 1961 Jeep FC170.
Engine: L226 Flat Head 6 cylinder, re-gasket and bearings in 2006
Trans: T98A 4-speed, new Kevlar clutch in 2006
Dana 18 T-case rebuilt in 2006
Dana 44 closed knuckle front diff 4:88 ratio
Dana 53 Rear diff 4:88 ratio
Vacuum assist brakes
Wood stake bed with removable sides and ends
Awesome Marine grade chrome and stainless exhaust stacks that are for real and working
In 2005 -2006 this Jeep went through an engine rebuild, new upgrade wiring, t-case rebuild, front differential knuckle seals, bearings, Rancho shocks. I have not done any restoration to the body, it is the same as I acquired it.
A little history of this truck: previous owner purchased it at an FBI auction in Florida. It had 7″ of lift on it. They brought it back to Toledo, Ohio where it sat behind a building getting rocks thrown at it, where we bought it. I got it running within 3 days with carb rebuild but only on 5 cylinders. Took out the scary lift kit and engine the next winter and went through it along with the transfer case and clutch. The wiring was mouse eaten in places so a total rewire was in order. Then came brake lines, M/Cylinder, fuel lines (3/8″ stainless), front knuckle seals and wheel bearing pack. Amsoil 80w90 in all trans, t-case, front and rear diffs.
It’s not all in original form or function, some improvements have been made to the electrical and mechanicals. but it is a driver and head turner whenever I blow the dust off it here in Toledo. I’ve had it to the GM Powertrain Park N Shine show many times and have been blessed to meet a few of the people that worked at Jeep that remember working the assembly line building them, just to see the expression on their faces to see one again. I always let them or the young ones sit in it.
Price: $7,000 or Best Offer
Please contact Wesley at:
Phone: (419) 320-6064 (after 6 please…..)
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9950
This looks good. It looks restored as a M676, though it probably really is a FC-170.
“1962 Willys FC 170 Jeep older restoration, 226 superhuricane 6 cyl. new master cal, 5 new NDT military tires, NY licensed and inspected”
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/21/2012) Looks pretty solid.
“I am selling my 1959 Jeep FC 150. Rust free survivor. No cancer, just surface. Original paint. Originally from a ranch in dry Idaho climate. Mechanically fantastic. Recent engine rebuild by highly reputable Jeep mechanic. New clutch. New brakes. New shocks. Stainless steel gas tank. New tires. Plus other little detailed fixes. I am ashamed how much I have in this pet project. I have receipts for all the work done. Some new glass replaced. I have a rare replacement windshield to go with it. It is truly an original. I get the thumbs up whenever I am on the road with it.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(02/29/2012) This appears worth a look.
“1964 Jeep fc 150 with meyers plow,hyd lift,non hydro turn,good brakes,low milage,good glass,restorable,have paper work, serial #65548-25809 call 585/943/3038″
Comes with free Coca Cola cooler.
1957 FC 150 Willys
Coca Cola Maintenance Delivery Truck
Up for sale is a rare and beautiful classic 1957 FC 150 Willys Coca Cola Maintenance Delivery Truck. The Willys has been completely rebuilt from top to bottom, nut and bolt off the frame restoration. It is a blast to drive and receives plenty of thumbs up and compliments where ever she goes since it has been out of the shop for its complete restoration a few weeks ago. The chases has been completely sandblasted and painted with Rhino Liner. In addition, Inside the bottom 1/3 of the bed has been painted painted with Rhino Liner. The body has 2 coats clear base coat for that deep rich color. All new rubber and new glass around the Willys. New uplostry throughout the cab. New tires including the spare, brakes, break liners, brakes and master brake. All new wiring has been replaced including the Painless Wiring Harness. All new hoses and belts, water pump, starter motor, , new carburator, muffler, and rebuilt radiator, etc. Just about everything on the Willys has been rebuilt, placed or new. The FC 150 is turn key and can be driven with confidence anywhere you wish to drive it weather its a parade or car show. It is really a neat little truck.
I am located 30 miles south of Carlisle if anyone is interested in viewing the Willys in the 4th week in April during the Carlisle Spring Show.
I had purchased the Willys approximately 3 years ago and had it shipped from Organ. Prior to starting this project the Willys was in great restorable condition with little rust. I have a number of photographs throughout the restoration of the Willys. The FC 150 was manufactured from 1957 to 1964. This is a 1957 Willys, the very first year Willys manufactured the FC 150.”
This appears very nice.
“226 cu. in., 6-cylinder, flat head; 12V system, 3-speed transmission. Many new parts. Invested $12,400. Asking $9950. Call Don at 315.663.4856.”
This looks nice.
“It is a 1961 FC150 Jeep pickup in very good condition. No rust. Has a new motor, new brakes, power steering, and overdrive. Runs good.
Phone: (928) 453-4799