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 .
” i just recently bought an early 1960s jeep pickup truck called a model fc-170 and mine is missing quite a few parts and i know that theres still some of these trucks sitting around the dallas / ft worth area and are normally in pretty bad shape.
im interesting in buying another 1 or 2 of these trucks for parts or maybe one thats better than what i have now to restore.
these were made in the 1950s through 1965 — im hoping to find another one thats close to same year as mine like a 1961 or 1962 model.
also might be interested in the short bed model that looked about the same called the fc150
many parts interchange from the early 1960s willys jeep trucks too such as tailgate , rear fenders , lights and switches and etc.
call or email me if you can help at all – thanks so much , steve 972-655-8134″
“This Jeep has a custom flatbed and Chevy 250 cu. in. motor. The frame has been professionally boxed in and powder coated. Also have 5 brand new wheels and tires. If interested or have questions or call (775)781-9620 ( with a small extra fee a 12 valve Dodge turbo Cummins diesel )”
“Front and rear axles including springs and spring hangers (frame rivets were ground off and punched out, not torched) and steering parts up to steering wheel. $100 for rear, $150 for front. Also Four 15×7.5 “bullet hole” rims (were chrome, but need sandblasted and painted), two 16×6 steel rims ( one is rotted around stem hole), one 15×6 steel rim and one 15×7 steel rim with new tire, all for willys/jeep type vehicles, all rims for $150.Several tires are holding air, but all are dry rotted except for the one new tire on 15×7 rim. Also have a partially dissasembled F134 for parts, it has a hole burned through one piston. Call 901-299-4654 for info.”
“This is a 85 plus percent complete Jeep FC170 ready to be restored. It has bee setting for about 6 years. The engine runs great, when I took these picture a couple months ago the engine fired right up after putting a little gas in carburetor and cleaning the points. The engine is the straight six Continental. The body has some sheet metal patches on it, the front bumper has been replaced with a very solid U channel beam, it does not have a tail gate. It does have a clear title.
Let me know if you have any questions, call 937-418-8141 ask for Mike.”
This will need some work, but the driver’s side cab looks pretty good.
“well, its a 57 jeep forward control 150, its the first year they made em, iv had this for a couple of years now, was going to be a project but i never got around to it, and now im moving to the city where i cannot have it. the guy i got from had just rebuilt the t-90 transmission and never put it back in and neither did i. its been converted over from the inline four it came with to a small block chevy v8, its a 265 cubic inch small block thats suposedly out of a 55 bel air. but iv never looked up the numbers to verify. the transmission has the adapter to fit the chevy bellhousing so it should bolt right up, i just never got around to it. iv not had to motor running but the guy i got it from said it ran when he started rebuilding the transmission and i know its not seized up. the tires that are on it are ruined from weather cracking, they look good in the pic but trust me theyre not. that pretty much sums it up. im asking $1000 obo”
Craig forwarded this ad. I think the seller meant that he “un-seized” the engine.
“I have a RARE 1957 Jeep FC 150 4X4. It is a really cool old rig. It has a lot of surface rust and it goes through on the drivers side floor and the passenger side back corner of the cab. Otherwise solid. I have un-ceased the motor, torn it down and repainted it (not to be pretty but to keep from rusting) I have everything needed to put it back together and get it running EXCEPT : New Clutch, Muffler, and exhaust. The rest is there! I also have a gasket set, new motor mounts and the original shop manual! I have web sites to get all the parts you need to restore. I am selling because it has sat for over a year without me having time to work on it. Cool rig I would love to see it on the road. They go for about $5-7k when they are all done. HAS TITLE!
Price is pretty firm, would consider trades full or partial for a motorcycle. No junk! Running or close: Vintage Honda, Triumph, BMW.
Call 788-zero8four4 or email with phone numbers will be answered.”
“Was running driving 5 yrs ago.6cyl 3 speed flatbed needs little to be road ready again,factory ramsey winch on front,pretty good shape for the age.can send pics via cell have clean title in hand. 2500 obo have 2 others for parts if interested 1-660-221-3439 call or text”
(03/13/2011) This is a beautiful FC, however there are at least 3 issues I have with this: 1) See image #3, note the chevrolet like design … sigh … 2) See image #4, note the ’150′ logo rather than ’170′ … really? …. 3) the bumper isn’t quite stock, but doesn’t look all that bad.
“CUSTOM Drive Train = 1970-1984 Chevy 400 —-Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission—-1979 Ford Bronco 9″ Rear End Power Steering from a 1979 Ford Grenada (with custom lines and hoses) Front Disc brakes from steel brakes (Master Cyl from 86 CJ 7 and Stock 79 bronco rear brakes) Converted from 4 wheel drive to 2 wheel drive, lowered 6″ with custom shackles, Paint is Porsche red with Cream trim”
JeepTruck.com takes you back to the 2011 All Breeds jeep Show hosted by the Pa Jeeps Club in York, Pa. Video by Direct-A-Friend Pictures. It includes, among other jeeps, a nice look at a FC-170 with Hydraulic Bed. Thanks Mark!
UPDATE: This was for auction on eBay. **Status Unknown**.
“UP FOR SALE IS MY 1962 WILLYS JEEP KAISER FC150 WITH DEALER INSTALLED DUMP / PLOW. 4CYL, MANUAL, PTO, PLOW W/HYDRAULICS (NO BLADE), 4WD, 20K. RAN PRIOR TO STORING 5 YEARS AGO. PRIMARILY FARM USED. NEEDS RESTORATION OR GREAT PARTS UNIT. DRIVERS SIDE DOOR GLASS BROKE, ROT ON BOTTOM OF DOORS, RUST ON REAR CAB WINDOW AREA. I WILL HELP LOAD OR WILL DELIVER FOR FREE WITHIN A 50 MILE RADIUS. I HAVE THIS ITEM FOR SALE LOCALLY AND RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THIS AUCTION EARLY. THIS VEHICLE IS SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES. PLEASE FEEL TO CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS AND I WELCOME ALL IN PERSON INSPECTIONS OF SAID VEHICLE. LET’S HAVE FUN WITH “NO RESERVE” ON THIS AUCTION. HAPPY BIDDING AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.”
“1963 jeep fc170 Frame and running gear. Hurricane flathead 6 with a 3sp manual. Its got a dana 44F up front and a dulley 70 out back. with a t18 transfer case and a pto. Motor still spins over by hand. But has been sitting a number of years now.Also have the other 2 back wheels $500obo I would aslo do a partial trade for a good divorced np205 or for a 10k winch in good shape”
“1962 Willys Jeep FC-150 for sale at only $3,000. Forward Control Four Wheel Drive. It has small block chevy probably 327. Body in tact with some rust. Great piece after a little TLC. Serial (VIN) # 65548 25587. Call Tracy with Brighton Motorsports (brightonmotorsports.com) at 480 483 4682″
(12/09/2012) The pics are kind of dark, but looks good.
“Up for sale is a 1964 Jeep FC-150 truck. Only 30,000 made, from ’57 to ’64. This was the last year this vehicle was offered to the general public. 3 speed transmission, full time 4wd. Both high and low range. Originally made for farm/utility use, has a power takeoff pulley for a belt and also for a chain. Bed on this vehicle is not original. Maximum road speed is around 50-55 mph. Steering is tight, goes down the highway good. Has won many awards at various car shows and is definetly an attention getter. Speedometer stopped at around 30k miles, actual mileage unknown. Vehicle was purchased from a farmer that used it on his farm. Original color appears to be red, vehicle has been repainted yellow at some time in the past. Clutch is good, all gears work good, mechanically in good shape. Has 6 gallon gas tank mounted on bed. Gets very good mileage.
Vehicle has never been in a collision that we know of. Vehicle is licensed and is road ready. Low reserve for this vehicle. Delivery available up to 100 mi. Good luck and God Bless!”
(10/13/2011) I’m assuming the model number is an error?
“Listing truck for a friend. 1959 Forward Cab truck six cylinder 230 ci hurricane engine with rack body flatbed dump . Runs great .Too many new parts to list. Perfect shape no rust. I have a couple additional pictures. Otherwise call for more details. eight 60 309 1937 trailer willys kaiser fwd car wrangler cj7 5 rollback cab over wood stove”
“FC-170 Willys Super Hurricane 6 Engine. Original unrestored, Starts and runs GREAT! Asking $3000 / OBO / / Or will consider trade for 50 horse tractor or larger with wide front end and live power. Call Mike at 5 o 7- 3 5 2- fiftyfive 11″
UPDATE: Still Available. Anyone tried contacting the seller recently? Is this real?
“1958 Willy’s Jeep, 4 wheel, FC-170 Firetruck. Built by Valley Fire Truck, Bay City, MI. 1of 3 Made Rebuilt motor. Truck all ready to put back together. 2 cabs. Motor over $2300. Good Tires. Have over $10,000 invested, will take $6000 or trade! Owner 83 retiring, must sell! 989-239-1775″