The links to posts below show jeeps grouped by models, condition, and other ways. Some of these jeeps are for sale and others have been sold. If you are unsure whether a vehicle is still for sale or not, email me at d [at] ewillys.com for more info.
Importantly, the allure of buying a project jeep can be romantic. The reality of restoring a jeep can be quite different, expensive and overwhelming without the right tools and resources. So, tread carefully when purchasing a "project". If you have any concerns about buying a vintage jeep, or run across a scam, feel free to contact me for help, comments or concerns .
“1960 willys jeep forward control. this is the short bed 4cyl standard. pulled out of the woods in wisconson and hauled home. hasn’t run in years. no title. I have a 96 grand Cherokee 4.0 auto for the project also for an additional $600.00 thanks,”
” 1957 Jeep Willys FC-150
Frame off full restoration and the finest example of this kind of 3/4 ton truck in the world. Museum quality. drives and runs better than 1957. great eye catcher for an advertising vehicle. Numbers matching everything engine, trans, frame, etc.”
“1959 Jeep FC-170. Cab has some front end damage. The windshield is good, no cracks or chips. The door glass and side windows are intact. The back glass is cracked. All of the glass except the windshield is flat and can be cut by a glass company fairly cheap. Has the original flat head 6 cylinder with a T90 three speed transmission and a Dana 18 transfer case. The flat bed is steel and very well made. Also had a 4″ lift installed several years ago. Have not tried to start the engine. Was a true barn find. Will need the steering fixed as it seems the pitman arm splines are stripped. Everything will need to be gone through: brakes, wiring, steering…etc. Have a good Missouri title in my name.
1960 Jeep FC-150. Cab has rust above the windshield and floor pans. No glass. Does not run. Has the 4 cylinder engine ,T90, & Dana 18. Have the bed also. The title was signed by a previous buyer but never registered in their name.”
“This is truck #383 of the estimated 400 diesel-powered, Forward Control Jeep crew cabs built for the Marine Corp in 1964. The majority of these rare trucks have not survived, and this one barely has. It appears to have been wrecked early in its life and was subsequently stripped of its drivetrain and military dash. The collectibility of these trucks makes this one worth restoring, though it will entail quite a bit of work. These rare four-door cabs were constructed largely of parts available from standard civilian production.
Enough remains of the rare military body, that it can be rebuild from pieces. A good civilian cab, dash, and doors is included with this sale to help with that reconstruction. The floors of both cabs are remarkably solid. There is some rust in the doors that is repairable. The frame still sits on its original Dana axles, which specification sheets identify with 4.89 gears and Power Lock differentials front and rear. The engine, transmission, and transfer case is gone. The military dog house is still there. It is missing the cover for the battery box and air cleaner, which originally set inside the cab. It has the original military grill guard and bumpers with air-lift loops. It is missing all of the military blackout lights. More photos are posted at http://imageevent.com/shaggy/m67″
“1957 Jeep Willys Fc150 4×4 project.
Car is 4 cylinder 4×4 has minimal to no rust wider rear fenders. Engine is apart but all parts are there. Asking $3500 as truck is rare and only selling if price is right. No or lost title bill of sale only.”
“1963 jeep fc170. (Forward control)
4 speed manual
2 speed transfer case
The Jeep is in great shape and was clearly never abused. Every part and piece is still there and in good working order. Runs and drives. This is an excellent project truck since it has never been disassembled or changed since 1963. This also is the last year of the FC Jeep and has the longer bed. Call,text or email is good with me. $5000 OBO. ”
“Selling a 1959 Jeep FC170 4×4 cab over truck super rare! Jeep is in really good condition! New paint. New custom bed. New front bumper off a 2015 Jeep Wrangler. New wheels and tires. New brakes all the way around including master cylinder, wheel cylinders, pads, e-brake cable, rear brake lines. All new fluids. Engine is a Willys Super Hurricane 226 straight 6 flathead based off the Ford Flathead that runs great backed by a 3spd manual transmission. 4WD works great. 4.88 gears in rear Dana 50 and front Dana 44. The Jeep is slow but great for off road. Great driver right now, I drive it a few times every week. Needs a back window which is easy because its flat but have the window seal. Gets looks every time I drive it, everyone loves it. Looking to buy a house and selling this would make a good down payment or I would keep it. Jeep is almost all original except the bed and front bumper. Been trying to keep it as original as possible. Great for driving around town and showing off at car shows.”
I can’t see the back wheels. Seller thinks this is a FC-150, but seems long enough to be a 170?
“its a project, everything is there flat head 4 or 6 not sure. some rust on body mainly on the bottom corner of the doors. the dash isnt attach but is there, all glass. its seems to be all there. flat bed with someI side rails.”
“1957 Willys FC150. Nice original body, not a lot of rust, was stored inside for years. Missing the transmission, transfer case, radiator and undoubtedly some small parts but is basically complete and sound. Box floor is good, glass is good enough to use, etc. I bought this out of an auction in Livingston last summer and was going to try to restore it but I recently bought an FC170 that is pretty nice so I’m going to do that one. I also have 3 Willys pickups and a CJ3A. Enough Willys projects for now.
This is $3250 as it sets. It can stay in my storage for free until July 1st, then it either has to go away or you start paying storage of $25 a month, which is what they charge me.
I have a clear, open Montana title issued in August 2014.
Payment is by cash or certified check if you are out of state, personal check if you are in Montana. Take a look at the pictures and see how much you like it. This thing would really be cute all fixed up, I just don’t have time to work on anything so it goes down the road. More info and 36 photos at http://www.montanabarncars.com/WILLYS_FC150.php
I will not reply to any text that does not have a 406 prefix and may not reply to that. My phone number is in the ad and my email address is on the website pages. I’m old but not stupid and some scammer from New York or Nigeria isn’t going to get a response from me.”
“Only have title to the fc it’s 4×4 manual ruff but nearly complete head is off the motor built on the m-38 frame or cj3a not exactly sure idk anything about it I traded for this
Wills doesn’t have title top is homemade but decent doors are in there motor is in the back of the fc believe its good and trans and t-case in back of the jeep missing drive shafts and hood
I traded for this and do not know anything about it
Not sure what to price these at but rather trade for a car truck dirtbike 4 wheeler or bumper pull camper or car trailer maybe a working car truck or cool project car truck”
“1957 Willys “Jeep” Forward Control 150 (Narrow Track) project for sale – time to clean out the garage! No Title – Bill of Sale only. $2500 OR BEST OFFER – Come get this out of my garage!
Frame restoration completed, painted, new leaf springs, all new wheel, axle and differential bearings, new front & back ring and pinion, new front hubs, all new brake components, steering rebuilt with new steering wheel. Extra cab (sans roof) included for cab restoration. Engine dissembled and ready for you to rebuild. Lots of extra parts included (dash panels, 15 inch rims primed and ready for tires. Currently on 16 inch Willys wheels / tires which are included. Currently a rolling chassis – not an assembled truck! All parts removed, tagged and bagged. Body and truck bed still need restoration. Floor board rusted out, right rear dented. I have a donor cab available (and included) for those needs. $2500 obo – come get this project!“
“I have a pair of Fc170 jeeps..the gray primer one has a lot the body work done….it has the original 6 gyl engine that runs! it also comes with the RARE factory option rear PTO ! not many of these cab forward jeeps…. the second jeep came with a 289 ford engine installed..be a great winter project for someone…the windshield is broken out..yet I have the address to purchase a new one..the box is also available as a new reproduction”
Could have some parts value. Note the title issue.
“1960 Jeep FC150 project. It’s pretty rusty and partially disassembled but it’s all there. Drivetrain is all intact. I have the title but it was signed by a buyer a few years ago and never transferred. Windshield and drivers door glass is broken and rear glass in missing. $650 OBO.”
“Cab for FC-170 Jeep w/title.Cab is very solid with very little rust,which is rare.Complete with good windshield,rear and side quarter glass.Door glass is cracked but have a good replacement for one side.This was a USFS truck out of Idaho.which is why it is so solid.No frame or running gear-Just a good solid cab,$750.00 firm.No pictures at this time.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $1500. No one will show this FC some love.
(04/18/2015) Lots to do on this FC.
“I bought this to restore into a fun little run around truck. I haven’t had the time to do much to it. When I got it I was told it still ran but I never tried to get it running, was planning on a v6 swap. Everything is still there stock motor and tranny t-case and axles, i have all the glass for it as well as headlights and some of the interior. It is a real project but could be awesome!!!”
“This is a 1963 Jeep/Willys FC 170 cab over truck, has a willys super hurricane flat head I6, 3 speed manual trans T90, T18 transfercase with PTO , Runs and drives, Like brand new 7.50 16’s, some rust in each rear cab corner and some above windshield but not bad for 50 years old. Really want to restore it just cant get the time to. 39,066 on odometer, 4 wheel drive works good. Have Clean MO title”
“Selling a 1960 cab over. Starts and drives. Has Super Hurricane six cylinder. These are super rare and this one is in pretty decent shape. The tires have about 100 miles on them, but are weather cracking, not enough to stop from driving. Has rust in the cab corners and floors. A great start to a unique vehicle.”